Sunday, the soul of my godmother’s husband of 64 years left its earthly home.
A gentle man, he was the one who made it possible for me to learn to ride a bicycle. As I was growing up he showered me with an unconditional love different from my father’s – and this while he had his own brood of kids. He accepted and respected my mom’s and godmother’s friendship and was the best supporter and cheerleader outside of immediate family that a young girl could know.
I did not keep up my end of the relationship very well once I hit adulthood, but “Mama” Ruth and Woody stayed true to her commitment of godparent. Lovely and caring people.
I expect she will have a huge hole in her life without him. I expect he misses her, too.
I count it as a great blessing having been included in their lives.
2 Replies to “A Soul”
I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of your godmother’s husband.
Such times are always sad and especially when its been someone who has been such a wonderful influence in your life.
I trust that one day you will all be reunited in a better place!
You and your godmother will be in our prayers…
– Dave & Maureen
Thank you, Dave and Maureen!
Prayers are always welcomed and appreciated. What is also appreciated is your friendship.