Friday, April 14, 2017

Tales From Rainbow Bridge - A Good Friday Post

Tonight - it's the Good Friday anniversary of my brother's sudden death. He was only in his mid-fifties and it is still something I can't quite get my head around.  I miss him terribly  We were adopted together (though not biologically related) and were "thick as thieves" as our elderly Dad would say. There are some wonderful and sad memories there, so it was a good day for a little package to show up from Amazon with a book I ordered.

So tonight, I'm curling up with some warmhearted and delightful stories of loss and hope from one of Blogville's own

It's a tender, gentle, and wonderful read, written by a very big heart. You all would enjoy.


  1. We hope you enjoy your read. We thoroughly love all the posts that Foley Monster, River Song, and Pocket do. Mom lost her only sibling, also a brother, when he was only 27, the day after he was diagnosed with cancer. She says it was without a doubt the worst time of her life. We send you lots of warm hugs of comfort.

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

  2. Thank you so much my friends. Those are stories about some very dear Angels. You honor us with your post. I hope you have a lovely Easter

  3. Hari OM
    May the memories warm the heart and bring it ease... YAM xx

  4. My your heart be filled with loving memories of your brother.

  5. that sounds like a good idea to read this wonderful book.... hugs to you...

  6. You were in my thoughts and prayers Friday. I hope you will have a blessed Easter today, and take comfort in knowing He is risen indeed.


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