Tag Archives: Remembrance

Straighten up that Tiara and fly right, farewell Shelli

This is a piece I wrote In Memoriam on Inspire about my cyber friend. Missing her already. Shelli, aka TiaraGurl died on 13 or 14 February 2014 (It is difficult to really tell with the time difference, I am in the UK). A wonderful and feisty woman who was blessed with a beautiful singing voice, …

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Fallen Angels – Oct 2012 to Sep 2013

This is a list of those who I have known who have died from Metastatic Breast Cancer since the last Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This list includes several who were born in the 1970’s and these are just those from North America. Some of them are remembered with block on our remembrance quilt. I would …

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Remembrance Sunday 2012

On this day 94 years ago at 11am the guns fell silent on the Western Front and World War One ended.  Today is Armistice Day. Personally I remember my great uncle who died 4 January 1917 aged 65 in East Africa, and his eldest son who was also called Frederick Selous who died 4 January 1918 …

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Remembering …

These are those that I know have died since the last Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day 13 October 2011 – 2012.  Sadly these are just those that I know of, the rest are known unto God.  Don’t tell me this is a disease of old women because three of these ladies were in their 30’s; …

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