Sorry if I confused you . . .

with yesterday’s post. Our family listened to Bach’s “Toccata and Fugue” three years ago, imagining her dancing into Heaven. We were unable to be at the hospital with  her because ice that morning prevented us driving the hills from our home to her. (She died at 6:05 and we finally made it to the hospital around 10:00).

On each of the anniversaries of her Homegoing Dave and I have listened again to “Toccata and Fugue” at 6:05. It’s been a wonderful way to imagine how well and happy she is.

Forgive me for not explaining this better yesterday.

 

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6 Responses to Sorry if I confused you . . .

  1. Kathy Sutherland says:

    Debbie,Thank you so much for explaining this.  What a blessing Karis’ life continues to be…even from heaven! May God continue to comfort you all in very significant ways. Love,kathy

  2. Diane Morris says:

    Thank you, Debbie. That was precious! So is she – and so are you!

    Lovingly,

    Diane

  3. Pat Feinberg says:

    That’s ok, the explanation is wonderful! Thanks for sharing, Deb!

    Sent from my iPhone

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  4. Jennie says:

    Love it!!! And yes she is dancing.

  5. Lois says:

    Lovely. I had figured it out. ;o)

  6. Ralph Anderson says:

    Such a significant piece of music to celebrate Karis’ life and eternal home in heaven. Thanks for the reminder of the anniversary. Joyce & I have fond memories of being there for the memorial service.

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