She moved in across the street, next to her daughter and granddaughter, and was always out, gardening. I’d apologize for her view. Her uphill neighbors claimed Garden District status (if you could see our down-and-out town, you’d laugh with us). She was good, kind, claimed to love Tim’s recorder playing. We’ve lost the most wonderful neighbor.
I can feel how this has shaken you. I'm so sorry for your loss.ReplyDelete
Oh, so your earlier post wasn't a lie. I'm very sorry as well.ReplyDelete
What an emptiness good, kind people leave behind! XOReplyDelete
I agree with Kim.ReplyDelete
And yet, how lovely that she was there, touching your lives if but for a short time.ReplyDelete