Brighter Days

 
The last couple of weeks have been so crazy. I am just peeking in quick to say “hello” to you.

I have added some spring touches around my house to share, like this door color and the “hello”.  I made the hello sticker with my Cricut cutter.

Red outdoor pillows are on the porch rocking chairs.

But it is snowing again tonight.

I am slow at getting blog posts out. My family had an emergency last week and I have been out of sorts since.
My Grandmother passed away. She was almost 90 years old but that doesn’t make it any easier to say goodbye. 
My inbox is so full, I apologize if I haven’t responded to you.

I will miss my little Grandma.

Brighter days will come.

37 Replies to “Brighter Days”

  1. I'm very sorry about your grandmother Holly. I just lost my Papaw last month and he was88. Grandparents are such a blessing in our lives – I understand your loss and I know it is painful but we are fortunate to have been blessed with them for so long. Love and Prayers.

  2. I am very sorry to hear about your grandma. No matter how old, it is never easy, is it? Prayers to you that you will have brighter days ahead!

  3. Oh- I am so sorry, Holly. I hope you got to say a final goodbye to her. I didn't have that opportunity with my sweet little gramma. Take your time healing and we will be here waiting when you come back- xo Diana

  4. I was thinking of you and your family today Holly. Once again, my condolences on your loss. Sending you and yours warm thoughts in this difficult time. Take your time and grieve my friend… We will he here.Hugs, Gee

  5. Aw this makes me sad Holly. I felt that same ache when my Grandma died and it didn't matter that she was 90. In fact, it was harder in a way because it seemed like she had always been there. A constant presence in my life. But time heals and you'll soon realize that you carry your Grandma inside you now. Take your time, your readers are always here for you. 🙂

  6. So sorry about your Grandma–I understand your sense of loss since we lost our Grandpa recently–he was 89–and even though it was his time we still miss him. Have a great spring–I hope that snow melts quickly!

  7. Oh Holly! I'm so sorry! No, age doesn't matter- we are never ready to say goodbye. I miss my grandmas very much still. Praying for comfort.

  8. I am so sorry to hear about your grandmother passing away! Death in the family is never easy no matter the circumstances or age. It looks like she'll be resting in a beautiful spot. Your porch looks good, even with the snow! Love your new red pillows.

  9. Awh, I'm so sorry Holly. I know how this hurts. I lost my grandma almost a year ago. She made it to 101 and was in good health. No matter how old our grandparents are, it doesn't make it any easier when we lose them. I cling to the good memories of all of the things she taught me how to do. I will always be grateful to her for her teaching me a strong work ethic and how to work with my hands to make things for my home. Treat yourself gently with hugs and slower days. I know I felt better staying close to my family and keeping things calm. Take care. <3

  10. My condolences to you and your family, Holly. It's always so difficult to lose a loved one. Prayers to you all.I love your little \”hello\” on the door! Precious!!~~Angela

  11. My condolences to you and your loved ones on the loss of your Grandmother. The little hello on the door is such a sweet touch and I think I need to find one for when I paint the front door (if and when warmer weather ever arrives.)

  12. Oh Holly, I'm so sorry about your Grandma's passing. Of course you will miss her forever. What a lovely casket and floral spray though. Brighter days are ahead…spring is surely almost here!

  13. Holly I am so sorry to hear about your Grandma. Family is so important to you and our Grandma's are so dear to us as a very important part of our Families. I miss all of mine with all my heart, but if you hold her close in your memory and your heart, she will always be there with you!Hugs,Pendra

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