Her Name was Margaret

My mum passed away on Saturday, 6 February 2016.
Her name was Margaret.
She featured on my blog a lot over the years,
and it’s only right and proper that her final chapter be recorded here.
She received a late diagnosis of cancer in mid-December 2015.
She chose not to share her story outside of family and close friends.
She died as she lived: with strength, grace, love and faith.

This is our beloved; this is our friend. 
Song of Songs 5:16
There will be no blog posts this coming week.

46 thoughts on “Her Name was Margaret

  1. I'm so sorry Ruth. It was always a joy to see posts about your mum on your blog. Through your words and photos, it felt like we knew her in some way. Please know that you will be in my prayers these next few weeks. With love xxx


  2. Oh Ruth, I'm so sorry to read this news. I know what a close and loving family you are and Abi's right, through your blog posts it felt as if we were reading about someone we knew.
    Thinking of you at this very sad time x x x


  3. I'm so very sorry to read about your loss. Your blog is filled with lots of lovely memories of her that you gracefully shared with us over the years. I'll be thinking of you all. Take care. X Sonja


  4. Checking in for news this morning and I see that my worst fear is true. :o( I'm praying for you, sweet friend. I feel your pain. Much love to you and your family, Ruth. And prayers for a peaceful rest for your dear mom. ♥


  5. My sincere condolences to you and your family. Your posts about your mum always portrayed her kindness and humour and they made us feel we knew her. My thoughts are with you all.


  6. So sorry to hear this Ruth. I really enjoyed any posts that featured your mom. She loved your little guy, and all her family so well. I'm know that you have a journey of grief ahead, and I hope you will be gentle with yourself as you walk it.
    It's so great that you took so many pictures and scrapbooked your life so well. Granny will feature prominently in your albums, I'm sure.
    All the best to you as you endure this very hard episode in your life. Nancy Peacock, Edmonton, Alberta CANADA


  7. Oh Ruth, I am so sad to read this … Your Mum was such a part of your life here on your blog too. I am thinking of you and your family and sending gentle but warm regards.


  8. Ruth, My deepest sympathy in the passing of your mother. Thank you for sharing her with us over the years on your blog. She always looked so happy spending time with you and she glowed in pics with TBC.


  9. I'm so sorry to have only read this post now, Ruth, but I am very sorry for your loss, and for the painful grief you must be experiencing now. Your mum looked like such a strong, beautiful woman – and I'm sure you take after her too. xx


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s