Today marked the funeral of Nana, my Mum's mother. It was a beautiful service and there were so many brave faces there to celebrate a wonderful person's life.
(Nana's tribute table at the service)
She loved birds as much as I do.
Nana tried so desperately hard in those final months to finish knitting this blanket square (she knitted blankets and donated them to charity)
A keen volunteer, Nana was recognised by the Anti-Cancer Council of Australia after 25 solid years of volunteer work in 2000.
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Thank you for sharing. They're beautiful.
what a beautiful tribute to her. It looks like she was an amazing person! i love that she knitted for charity, what a great thing to do!
Sometimes having all those people there makes it harder and better at the same time, doesn't it? The photographs are beautiful. (*hugs* to you)
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