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Eulogy for my wife, 9 May 2016 after Anorexia finally claimed her life.

And so life has passed through Lindy. As Lindy was given life so she gave life and fulfilled the greatest meaning of life.

 Lindy lives on in our hearts and minds and through her children and their children that may still come.

 Drown any sorrow, dry any tears with the millions of memories of the happy times of her life and the wonders of the life that she fulfilled. Wash away any feelings of sadness, remorse, pain, fear or guilt with feelings of joy in our hearts and heads for the good times the beautiful moments of Lindy’s life that we shared with her.

 I think of Lindy and I see the sparkle in her eyes the moment I met her on a beach in Mauritius back in 1984.

 I remember that beautiful moment that we both vowed that we Do! in the great chapel across the way, to God and to everyone some 31 years ago.

 I see the delightful look on her face when she first saw the grand four poster bed that I built for her and the happy times that we started in our first home together that we called the Blue Danube a lifetime ago.

 I hear the angles sing and see God smile and look away as our bodies entwined and our souls danced together above.

 I remember wondrous glorious happy times; two soul mates passionately come together as one, indestructible by the power of love.

 Good times, happy times together far too many to be able to mention.

 I remember Lindy proudly handing me our first born Caira right after her birth.

 I remember her fondly gazing upon our little froggy Westley right after his birth.

 I remember how Lindy and I fought, she with all her might and all she had defying all odds for our little Nicky after her birth.

 I remember the most glorious happy moments in our lives.

 The Sunday family trips that she loved lived and cherished. Coming back from the cove near Natures Valley to Plett by boat she would take the helm from me and steer a course through the schools of curious dolphin.

She lived and loved those moments so much that she asked that when the day comes her ashes to be scattered at sea on an occasion just like that, she requested that in her last living will as testament.  

 I think of her love for her Danny Gran. They are together now.

 I think of her special love for her mother, her father, her brothers and all of her family and theirs for her.

 I remember her fondness for her friends.

 Understand that sickness and illness took her but comfort yourselves in the knowledge that despite everything there were abundant wondrous happy fulfilled moments in Lindy’s life.

 Lindy lives on in all of our hearts and minds and in the bodies and souls of her children.

 Lindy is happy now, she is at peace!!!

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Eulogy for my wife, 9 May 2016 after Anorexia finally claimed her life.


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