God bless my wonderful cyber friend
Sharon & Steve were part of our antenatal group for the birth of our eldest children.. I was in hospital with Sharon, a week where you see each other at your best..... and your worst and most tired..... It breaks my heart to think that Laura is 6 in a weeks time without her mum present, but i know that Sharon will be the best guardian angel Laura could ever want or need. I hope and pray that Sharon is now happy and pain free. Her memory will certainly live on through Laura.
When I stayed with Ken and June, Laura ran me ragged playing in the backyard, what an imagination that girl has! Sharon, know that you are so proud of her.
David Searls wrote, "Seeing death as the end of life is like seeing the horizon as the end of the ocean." Sharon has moved just beyond the horizon. Although those who loved her can no longer see her, it doesn't mean that she has disappeared or gone. She remains in the hearts and memories of all who loved her. My deepest sympathy to June, Ken, and all of Sharon's family and friends!
David Searls wrote, "Seeing death as the end of life is like seeing the horizon as the end of the ocean." Sharon has just moved beyond the horizon, and though those who love her can no longer see her, it doesn't mean that she is gone. She live on in their hearts and memories. My deepest sympathy to June and Ken and all of Sharon's family! Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Known by many all over the world through your generous sharing of photos of Laura, our cyber community has become a 'family' and we have lost one of our own. Sharon, we have followed your courageous battle and were so saddened to hear of your passing. My continued loving thoughts go to your family, I wish there was more I could do to lessen their sorrow, other than to let them know I am thinking of them Gail from Cockatoo
Dear Laura, Belinda, June & Ken, as well as the members of Sharon's family whom I have not had the pleasure of meeting, you will all be in my thoughts not only at this time but in the weeks and months to come. Nobody can truly know another's grief; all too well I know that even people grieving the same person are grieving a unique and special relationship - you have lost your mother, your sister, your daughter. Grief is a long and lonely journey and I wish for you the strength to travel the road you must. I will remember Sharon whenever I do a sudoku puzzle - always seeking 'the pattern in the numbers' - and remember a friend I feel honoured to have known.