Honest, loving, so proud of family and friends, you will be so dearly missed, Marjorie Anne!
Like your Mother Annie, you always put every one else first. Never complaining, never a bad word about anyone, always happy to see us and extending your heart to all you met, stranger and friends alike, you always left a little bit of yourself with each of us.
Cancer can be such a formidable opponent, but in your true character, you never gave up the fight right to the end. We are thankful it was so fast, that physically there was so little suffering, and with such a positive attitude, you became the inspiration for the rest of us.
You were a wonderful 'big sister' Marj, and we will always carry you deep within our grateful hearts, even beyond our own mortality. You have set the bar a notch higher that the rest of us should aspire to.
I am so sorry you had to leave us so soon; we should have had so many more years to enjoy each other's company. I could say there will be a hole in my heart now, but I can't. Instead, it is filled with love and respect and appreciation for your showing us that there is a gentle path to follow.
Goodbye Marj, for now anyway. We don't know for sure if our paths will cross again, but half the people in the world believe they will, and we will celebrate what we missed this time around.
I am so glad that you are my sister, and we all will miss you!
your li'l brother, Bob