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Anna, I'm SO sorry for your loss.
I hope you are doing better.

I remember the pain of losing my grandmother a year and a half ago, and feeling the same sentiments about having been a better granddaughter. I cannot even imagine that guilt and pain coupled with the grief that already exists for you during this time of year.

If I could send you every last ounce of strength and positive energy I possess at this moment, I certainly would. I will continue to hold you in my thoughts and prayers, and hope some comfort is given to you from the Almighty above.


Much love and peace going out to you right now. Been reading your blog(s) for a while and it's touching the way you share your life so honestly with others, and give of yourself.

Times like these have little place for comforting words or thoughts, only know that the pain shall pass but the bonds between you and your Grandmother and your loved ones will not diminish.

The fact that you gave up your Christmas Day to work for a voluntary, amazingly successful project that you've undertaken shows that there's no way you could have been the worst granddaughter in the world.

Take care.


I wish there was something that could be said/done to take away your hurt but I know that there isn't. I have so much respect for you -- your dedication and strength are awe-inspiring. May 2007 be absolutely wonderful for you.


I heart you, A N N A K K A. You are in my thoughts and prayers always.


Please hang in there. I lurk around here quite often, and words can't express how sorry I am for your loss. You do such wonderful things not only SM, but in your blog as well. At least you have the balls to put yourself out there emotionally versus the rest of us that don't. Don't let the haters get you down. In the meantime, I will pray for you and your family.


you and your family are in my prayers, Anna. words could never match in comfort the amount of pain i'm sure you're going through now. hopefully, one day, all of the prayers of your family and friends will.




im so sorry for your loss. icant begin to comprehend this loss, so i wont try express anything other than im hoping you find the solace you need and the strength to keep going. you know we are here if/when you need it.


I'm so sorry you have to go through this especially during the Holidays. I just hope you know that you are not alone. Will continue to pray for you Anna, HUGS!

Mike B.

I am very sorry to hear of your loss.


I am extremely sorry to hear of your loss. My heart reaches out to you. BIG HUG Anna. God Bless You.



Honey I've said it before and I'll say it again - you are courage defined.

I don't doubt the mind boggling toughness of this situation - i mean, to lose not one, but two, important features in your life at a seemingly festive time - is gut wrenching. But you my dear, you just keep on mutinying on - and that is courage defined.

I send you not only my positive energy but every shred of spiritual belief left in me - I hope it finds you, cocoons you and lets you rest in its arms - in safety.

we're here if ever you need us.



soggy or not, your presence is ALWAYS welcome at my place...


My condolences, Anna. Hope the new year brings happiness and joy to you and your family.


hope the new year brings a little bit of peace to your heart. stay strong.


I am deeply sorry for your loss Anna. To have had such a deep bond with your grandma is very special and i wish you the strength you need to get through.

Mike B.

I don't know you and I am weird, but I worry that you are digesting too much sorrow. I hope that you are taking care of yourself and that your friends are too. Cheers.

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