Monday, November 30, 2009

Today, Tomorrow, Forever


Bart's sweet Grandma Sadleir passed away last week and we were able to attend the funeral this weekend! No one worried about Grandma's passing as she had lived a great life and was so excited to be reunited with her dear husband and loved ones on the other side.
With her funeral, brought all the family into town and it is such irony how a funeral can cause a happy reunion with all those that you love.
Her funeral was amazing and her daughter Gwen wrote the most touching song called Today Tomorrow Forever about how our todays should be the best days of our lives with the Savior by our side! Same with our tomorrows and forever! I just loved it!
I am so grateful I knew Bart's grandma and hope to emulate her love for living and loving the gospel!

This is at the graveside saying last goodbyes!


These two ran around like crazy



The girls got to pick flowers to put on Grandma's coffin!



Bailey, Kellie and Parker

We also had our great friends the Kleinmans in town this past weekend and we always have the BEST time getting together and catching up on one anothers lives! We love you guys!

7 comments:

MBlairsLars said...

Sorry to hear about your Grandmother. We love you!

Sandy Toes @ Shell in your Pocket said...

sorry to hear of your loss~ may her memories be sweet!

sandy toe

queenieweenie said...

Heather! I just checked my blog for the first time in FOREVER and I saw your comment! Did I miss the party? Bummer. My email is aweenig@mac.com and I am ALWAYS up for a party. We're going to Tai Pan this Friday...join us!

Rach said...

So sorry, but I love you funeral coat. Your thanksgiving sounded lovely. hey only 14 more days til school is done!! i went shopping on black friday too. i think i am about done with it though.

Norihiko said...

Hi Heather, thanks for the pictures of your grandmother's funeral. I wish I had been able to attend it, but it is great to see how it was like that day. Hope to see you again soon!

Christina said...

Sorry to hear about the loss! It was hard for me when I lost my great-grandmother. She had lived to be 104, and was lucid her entire life. I loved her pioneer stories (yes she did get on a wagon!) and her stories about being able to see history in the making: the first car, first plane etc. All Grandmothers (and great grandmothers) are special people.

I know this might not be appropriate but we have the same coat you have on in the pictures! My dad mailed it to me for Xmas Last year! what a coincidence!

tammy said...

I know exactly what you mean about funerals like this being a time to rejoice rather than be sad, even though you will miss her. And it's so good to be able to spend time with all your family. I just went through this with my Grandpa and I kind of didn't want the day to end, it was good.