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Monday, May 28, 2007
This sickness will not be unto death
Dear friends, I'd just like to thank you for your prayers for me and my family at this time. We have felt so supported.

You can go here to read the speech I gave at my mother's funeral on Saturday.

Miz Melly
posted by Miz Melly at 10:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤


  • At 5/28/2007 10:18:00 AM, Blogger Anne

    Miz Melly, my condolences to you and your family on the loss of your beautiful mother. Thank you for sharing your eulogy with us. What faith and courage I saw in your mother's response to her illness, and what life she spoke into others during a time of such trial. May God wrap you in his love and fold you into his comfort during this time.

  • At 5/28/2007 02:46:00 PM, Blogger Michele L

    Miz Melly,
    So sorry to hear about your mom. May you be comforted and encouraged by all who were impacted by your wonderful mother. Peace be with you. Michele

  • At 5/28/2007 05:03:00 PM, Blogger Jemila Monroe

    Miz Melly, you are a beautiful person, daughter and woman of faith.

  • At 5/29/2007 06:38:00 AM, Blogger Kimberly

    May you know God's peace as you walk through the coming days of this new journey. I may not know you personally, but as I read the beautiful eulogy you wrote and the struggle your mother faced, I can relate to parts of your journey and this seems to connect us all in some way-even on the internet. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • At 5/30/2007 05:26:00 AM, Blogger Helen

    Hi Miz Melly,

    I'm sorry 'this sickness will not be unto death' did not work out to mean what you hoped it meant in your Mum's life, because I know you will miss her a lot.

    I'm sure she would be very happy with your eulogy at her funeral, giving people hope through her message from God.

  • At 6/05/2007 12:12:00 PM, Blogger Lydia

    I have a quote for you, Miz Melly:

    "As deep a cavern as sorrow has carved within you, this will be
    your capacity for joy." - P. L. Reilly


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