As some of you may know, I have a large family. 5 sisters and 4 brothers.
Recently one of my sisters unexpectedly passed away from complications to laparoscopic back surgery. It has really made me look at things in a different , clearer prospective.
I have always loved my family. Almost to the extreme. :-) BUT,,
Can you love someone to the extreme? After the past couple of months, I do not think so.
I have always had my family on the highest priority, call and sing on Birthdays. don't miss a holiday with a phone call. Always send out cards. Follow up on their children and the exciting things such a babies , baptisms. that sort of thing. Most of them live on the West side of the States. ,, UTAH as a matter of fact. and I am here in Florida. but it didn't stop me or them from calling.
I guess what I am trying to say it that we as a family try not to live with regret. I had recently spoken to her regarding her back surgery and kept up, or tried to , on how her little shop in Virginia was doing. She had at a time some of our product in her store. Shared pictures and stories. I am comforted in the fact that she was loved by so many, her 5 children, grandchildren and a awesome husband of 38 years. I will miss you Kathy, your tender ways and your kind heart.
Lets try to keep love in our hearts in the CRAZY time that as Americans we are going through.
I am SO thankful for my 3 children, their spouses and my 10 incredible grandchildren. And of course
the BEST SOAP DUDE EVER! He is such a rock star and is there for me in each and every way.
I love you Vic and thank the beautiful heaven that brought us together.
Thank you all for letting my ramble, sharing my heart and shedding a couple tears.
OKAY,, I AM BACK.. TIME TO MAKE SOME SOAP !!!!!!!!!!!!!