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April 20, 2010



I'm so sorry to hear about your friend, Cindy. Don't feel guilty, I'm sure she knew you loved her.


I am so sorry, Cindy. Today, my Great Aunt passed away and I haven't seen her for years. Don't feel guilty. Just cherish the lovely memories of her.

It's cool how your friend often didn't "get" you, but you clicked just the same.

Denise Cook

Cindy sorry to hear this! It isn't easy losing friends or loved ones! My thoughts and prayers are with you! Denise

Cami @ Creating Myself

Oh Cindy don't feel guilty! You've had a whole lot on your plate & I'm sure she understands. Life does change in an instant & we should all cherish every single minute & not spend even as long as a second, wasting our precious time here feeling guilty.

You're in my thoughts & prayers.

Shelly Massey

Oh, Miss Cindy... I'm so sorry that you lost your friend. People who are "just right" can be so hard to find, so I can only imagine your loss. Hugs, dear friend... Shelly

Beth Adams

Cindy, I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your friend. Truly good friends are hard to come by. Thanks for stopping by my blog. The flower you asked about is called a clematis. Talk to you soon and God bless.


I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. I'll be thinking of you.


Cindy....I am so sorry to hear that. Take care. I'm sending prayers your way....


Saw this on FB the other night. Sorry for your loss-I'm thinking of you and sending you a cyber hug. Take care, friend.

Irma's Rose Cottage

Cindy, I'm soooo sorry to hear about your friend. Keeping you and her family in prayer.




Oh Cindy......I was so sad to ready your post! Although I haven't lost any close friends, my close friends have:( The loss is deep and aching. You are in my thoughts......hugs, Linda

Alison Gibbs

Sorry to hear you have lost your friend. I am sure that even though you hadn't seen her lately she knew you loved her

LaurieAnna's Vintage Home

Sorry for the loss of your friend Cindy. You and her family are in my prayers and thoughts.


I'm so sorry Cindy.

karen fullerton

I know better than anybody that life changes in an instant. I thank you for your thoughts.

Vicki Chrisman

Oh , so sorry for you loss Cindy. Yes... time passes quickly and life is busy.. it a reminder to all of us from time to time to stop and take time..but with friends.. they know.. they know you, and it's okay. No guilt. Hugs!

jen R

Cindy, I am sorry about your friend! Good friendships are hard to find! But I am sure she understood. Life happens to us all.

Suzie Button

Cindy, I'm so sorry you lost another dear friend! It's just unbelievable the losses you've had this past year. You're right, life does change in an instant, and you've reminded me of that today. Suzie

Karla Nathan

I have a friend I need to call after this touching reminder.

I'm so sorry for your loss.


Cindy, I know I have already told you, but I've just read this post and truly am so sorry for your loss. Good friends always know that you and they are always just that...good friends. Time nor distance affect the essence of a truly good friendship. ~ Angela

Mitzi Curi

It is so true that life changes in an instant. But we can't possibly be everywhere we would like to be, or have visited everyone we would like to visit....time prevents us from acting on all of our good intentions. So I hope you can forgive yourself. Your friend was very lucky to have you in her life, and I'm sure she realized that.


...And me too... I am very sorry for your loss, Cindy. What everyone has already said is so true. Don't be too hard on yourself.
You'll be in my thoughts and prayers. Sending lots of love, light, and hugs your way. xoxoKelly

Jan Armentrout

Cindy...I too had a friend pass had been almost four years since I'd seen her. We had been neighbors until I moved here to the Ft. Worth area. The last time I wrote her was Xmas. I know how you're feeling...however, cast aside that guilt..."write" it out in a caring letter to those she left behind. Let them know just what she meant to you...what made her special...what you'll remember most about her. Our true friends don't hold against us the "few and far times" we spend together...they treasure whatever moments we have...I'm certain your friend knew this and is watching over you now. And whatever you might say to her family will surely bring comfort and possibly a surprise or two, for many of us are much different with our friends than with our families!

just me...sayin' I think she knew you were both kindred spirits...jan

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