Tuesday, March 29, 2011

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We wanted to let you know that there will also be a viewing time for Annie on Friday, April 1, from 10 am to 5 pm at Purdy and Walters at Floral Hills Cemetery, 409 Filbert Road, Lynnwood, WA 98036-4934.

Also, you may make donations in Annie's name to Union Gospel Mission, P.O. Box 202, Seattle, WA 98111-0202.


Anonymous said...

Go Now

For some reason
It was time.
We will never know why
Until we get there, with you

Our hearts break
Without you
But when we get there,
With you
We will all rejoice
Together again
And what a wonderful reunion that will be.

Go now
Be with Jesus
Rest in His arms
You are healed
You are fully restored
You run and play
And laugh and smile like never before

Go now
Feel His arms around you
Know our hearts surround you

You went, swiftly on the wings of eagles
Aloft on the wind, Jesus’ gentle breath
Calling you home.

Go now

While we crumble here, for our loss of you
It is not our wants, nor our plan, that we follow
We find peace and joy for the time we had with you
We find humble gratitude for every moment so graciously given us
We find comfort and warmth for the time you have
With Jesus

Go now
We lift you high
Into His Great Presence
With the other angels, singing with you
gardens overflowing with flowers and soft grasses, hummingbirds and butterflies
streams of crystal water trickling freshly through valleys and meadows
Love that surpasses all else, wrapping It’s arms around you

You are forever with us
In our hearts, in our minds, in our spirits
Those very things with which we love Jesus
The very envelopment in which He loves us
and you,
So much that He chose you
To go
and be with Him

Go now
Sweet Annie.
In Love and Peace and all things precious and holy
We hold you in our hearts
Until we see you again
And hold you close

Whitney said...


I contacted one of your sons via his facebook page for some information, and noticed a post about him singing "Blackbird." I didn't hear his version, but I love that song...and from now on, I will always think of Annie when I hear it (and cry). I would have loved to hear your son sing that. It must have been beautiful, it still made me cry not even hearing it! If he records himself, you need to post it on Annie's page. Hugs to you!

Marilyn said...

As I'm praying for the Sullivan's, clinging to God's promise to comfort those that mourn.