Another Sunday and again I miss dear old Alma.
27th January will be the first anniversary of her death.
Its all so sad Iain. I lost my beloved best friend at Christmas, also a resident on Golden Lane. I am devastated. Its all too much. I know how you feel.
Third anniversary of Alma's death. Lit a candle- as she used to light up my life. RIP
David Rose said:
I've never seen this photo although the Jack Rose in this photo is not Dad.
Happy New Year to you all
David Julie & Samantha
|'Dollisson's Dead-Beats' from left to right: Sgt Syd Haynes, W/O Graeme House, F/S Jack Rose, F/Lt Jack Dollisson (pilot), Sgt Duke Earl-Davies, F/S Joe Thornhill, Sgt E. Jackson "Jacko". Photograph found among Dad's things after his death. One member of this crew is still living and is based in Tasmania. Dad's crew flew the marker missions to light the targets for the bombers - a most exacting task only given to the best crews!|
Second anniversary of Alma's death. What a shame.
Oh my goodness.
It's now 5 years since Alma died. RIP. ..and we can't even meet in the Shakespeare to raise a dram in commemoration. :(
Wish I had have gotten to know her better.
Yes it is very sad. I lost my beloved Mum to Cancer nearly 2 years ago, and I cannot hold a commemorative drink to her either at the moment. She was the only close relative I had. We did have a lovely Wake for her in the Shakespeare on the day of her funeral, and I am hoping to have a commemorative occasion for her when the pandemic is over. I trust we will all, some time, be able to do so for our departed loved ones when we are able to do so.
6th anniversary of Alma Rose's death. RIP
My Mum also passed away in St Michael's Ward, at St Joseph's Hospice. I also lost my best friend in the same place. It is heart breaking. So, I understand these anniversaries so well.