Project 366: Day 331 A Day for Walter

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Today, we will publicly mourn with friends and family over the loss of Walter – a son, a brother, a father, a husband, a nephew, a cousin, an in-law, a friend, and a co-worker. People will speak about how Walter touched their life, and music and songs will be played and sung expressing the sorrow felt. Though many (buckets of) tears will be shed, laughter will be heard, memories will be shared, and comfort will be provided through family, friends, and faith.

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30 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 331 A Day for Walter

  1. May God’s promise of eternal life bring you hope…may His ever-present love bring you peace….and may the loving thoughts and prayers of others bring your family comfort. Hugs, friend. I am so sorry.

  2. Libby Bean

    Our Dear Meeks Family,
    I know how heavy your hearts are and wish I could have been with you. My health would not permit it at this time. I’m looking forward to getting together with ALL of you sometime in the near future. Our deepest sympathy is sent from our hearts, remembering when we met you for the 1st time.
    GOD BLESS EACH OF YOU AND MAY OUR LORD WATCH OVER AND COMFORT YOU.
    Love, Libby and Melody

  3. Lenore, I am so sorry for the loss of your brother-in-law.
    I have been following your posts on Facebook and you have just been amazing with keeping your family informed, being there for everyone and talking about the many good memories you have of Walter.
    I am sure your husband is really grateful for what you’ve done for him.
    *hugs*

    • Thank you, Patti. Now that the memorial service is done – I do feel we’ve arrived on the path to healing. And, the memories of Walter will continue and be carried with us throughout our life.

  4. I hope in time you will remember your loved one with tears of laughter and joy at all the wonderful times you shared together. With love and friendship Lenore to you and your family.

  5. These photos reveal the warm and wonderful time that all of you shared with Walter. Touches the heart. May time ease your pain, Lenore.
    Blessings to you ~ Maxi

    • Thank you, Peg. As odd as it may sound, now that the memorial services has come to pass, I look forward to relieving the memories through laughter and tears. We already started the process last night. With Walter there was laughter – so, we’ll do our best to keep the laughter going.

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