Hers Was a Life Well Lived

Our family circle is smaller now, but heaven is brighter because of the arrival of my Aunt Norma.

NORMA GRACE McGUIRE

May 9, 1923  –  January 8, 2015

(Norma on her 91st birthday last May)

(Norma on her 91st birthday last May)

 

She was a remarkable woman. I’ve posted about her and some of her achievements before…

The month after her husband died, she established a Flickr account, and over the past ten years she has posted over 3000 images and developed precious cyber friendships in many countries around the world. When the publication of her book became a possibility three years ago, she undertook blogging. Today I posted a last message for her at ‘Noni Grace: Random Thoughts and Reminiscing‘, and her son also posted an announcement on her Flickr page, Norma/Nonie Vogue.

We’re richer for her presence in our lives; we’re saddened by the loss; we’re comforted by wonderful memories of her strength, her life and her faith.

~

“Then the way you live
will always honour and please the Lord,
and your lives will produce every kind of good fruit.
All the while, you will grow
as you learn to know God better and better.”

[Colossians 1:10, NLT]

~

“For he loves us with unfailing love;
the Lord’s faithfulness endures forever.
Praise the Lord!”

[Psalm 117:2, NLT]

~  ~  ~

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6 thoughts on “Hers Was a Life Well Lived

  1. Darlene says:

    Sending condolences Carol. She sounds like a marvellous person and you were blessed to have her in your life. Hugs, Darlene

  2. S. Etole says:

    May the memories of her life bring comfort.

  3. Judith Robl says:

    I was so blessed by knowing her via the internet. She was a beautiful person. I’m grateful that we’ll have an eternity together eventually. Thank you for introducing us. Praying for the family. May you be blessed by memories and held in God’s comforting arms.

  4. pastordt says:

    I remember her! And I send prayers and grateful thoughts your way. What a great lady she was.

  5. Neman Ashraf says:

    My heart goes out. Touchy piece of biography. MY condolences, M’am.

  6. Carol says:

    I read and appreciated all your kind comments, and am thankful for your support. My apologies for this delay in telling you so.

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