GaryKelly wrote:Weep and we shall weep with you, as a good friend said to me when I lost someone special. The pain will eventually ease, Milo, and what you will have left is a host of treasured memories.
Weep and we shall weep with you, as a good friend said to me when I lost someone special. The pain will eventually ease, Milo, and what you will have left is a host of treasured memories.
Lovely words Gary.Do you mind if I share them with you.R.I.P.Milos Dad.
Rosie & Troy.
A day without sunshine is like, well, night.
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We are so sad to hear of your loss milo. We sympathise with you especially as my Dad also passed away in a nursing home in Nowra just a week ago today. Condolences to your family. So hard at Christmas time.
may he rest in peace. Our deepest sympathy to you Milo. a sad day.
Stay well - John
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Happily doing both to the max
On behalf of milo I would like to say thank you for your messages, I am sure milo will eventually see this page and thank you all himself, but at a time like this he must be busy, I do know he is so sad now, that is to be expected.
Condolences Milo, a sad time and particularly on Christmas Day.
Very sorry to read that news Milo,
Please accept our sincere condolences,for you,and your family
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