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May 19, 2004

A Little Chuckle

Jules is now over at the funeral directors, and we spent yesterday sorting the final arrangements for the funeral (I'll publish it all tomorrow). Afterwards we went to see Jules in the chapel of rest.

I don't know why, and what caused it, but standing there, looking at her all quiet and at peace, I couldn't help but smile. Something lifted, and I found myself grinning. She looked so at peace with everything, no more pained expressions, her face as if she were simply asleep.

I feel happy now. It's as if all the heartache of the last few days and weeks have been washed away. Don't get me wrong, I'm still crying at the slightest of things, but I just feel calm, relaxed, complete if that's the best description?

Digging around the pc, sorting out things for next week, I refound this picture. This is how I remember Jules , and this is how she now looks. Asleep in many senses of the word, at peace at last.....


Posted by alan at May 19, 2004 10:00 PM

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Could you let us know where the chapel of rest is please, and what times we may visit as we would like to pay our respects

Bryan and Angie

Posted by: Bryan & Angie at May 20, 2004 12:17 PM

Very good website you have here. I found it very interesting. Thank you.

Posted by: Margaret at April 13, 2007 11:07 PM

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