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wow i love footprints - very famous, very appropriate


And this one is very different as well.

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A quiet place for you to sit and think without the usual Forum Banter.

Click Here Have a look, and light one as well if you wish.


Miss you Kris xx


Thanks for the information, James.

I've lightened a candle for Kris.

We'll miss you, Kris. xxx


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 Post subject: For Kristelle... On the Other Side of the World
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For Kristelle... who cared for so many and had so much love to give to others, but couldn't stay here to find it for herself. Pray for her family & friends.

http://www.gratefulness.org/candles/mes ... id=1466693

I've been reading the messages here, in tribute to Kristelle, it seemed the correct thing to do during her funeral service. And I would like to offer sincere condolences to her family and friends. I didn't know Kristelle but she has made a big impact on the lives of so many people.

I don't know the circumstances of her tragic passing, but ask you all to take care of one another. So many people give and give of themselves to others but sadly never receive enough in return. Please remember that we are all real people with real feelings and always try to give as much love and caring as you can.

Sadly for Kristelle she won't be able to read these messages and know how much people cared. I hope that where she is now, in her special place - on the other side of the world - she can understand what she meant to everyone.


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For Kristelle... who cared for so many and had so much love to give to others, but couldn't stay here to find it for herself. Pray for her family & friends.

http://www.gratefulness.org/candles/mes ... id=1466693

I've been reading the messages here, in tribute to Kristelle, it seemed the correct thing to do during her funeral service. And I would like to offer sincere condolences to her family and friends. I didn't know Kristelle but she has made a big impact on the lives of so many people.

I don't know the circumstances of her tragic passing, but ask you all to take care of one another. So many people give and give of themselves to others but sadly never receive enough in return. Please remember that we are all real people with real feelings and always try to give as much love and caring as you can.

Sadly for Kristelle she won't be able to read these messages and know how much people cared. I hope that where she is now, in her special place - on the other side of the world - she can understand what she meant to everyone.


Incredibly sweet post...and so true...

Just wow...thank you so very much for that :cry: :cry:


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^^^ What Guy said! :(

Cheers for that, Clarey. :)

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It is all very Heartbreaking - it goes to show nobody knows what in front of us and at the end of the day life is too short, we should just enjoy every minture - it is just a very sad time, I hope Kristelle happy where ever she is.


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I found myself thinking of Kris the other day, and other dearly departed persons that have passed away this year. I suppose it will be something which will prey on everyone's mind as the year draws to a close, and hope that each of you remembers Kris at such a difficult time for her family around Christmas (which I'm sure you all will).


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You are very right Stephen.

Kris remains in our memory and I am sending all my thoughts to her family at this time of the year xxx

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I so agree. Infact I have just written a Christmas card to Kris' family form the forum.

I still think of her most days.

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Thanks for doing the card Jamesxx

I too often think of Kris, especially when I look at some of the french gig videos I have on my laptop, knowing that she was there probably singing very loud :)

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Wise words Stephen. For her family, it will be the first Christmas without her, indeed...
And cheers for this thoughtful attention James.
I'm joining the both of you, and Aurelia and Megs.

Still thinking about Kris almost everyday, sometimes just a few seconds, often longer... Mainly for the happy moments we shared with her, but sometimes not-so-happy ones...

Anyway, memories are there. And that's what matters. :)

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Axel wrote:
Anyway, memories are there. And that's what matters. :)


And as long as the memories live, so will Kris

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Anyway, memories are there. And that's what matters. :)


And as long as the memories live, so will Kris


Amen to that.

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 Post subject: Try to remember the good times
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Christmas is going to be a sad time for Kristelle's family and friends. My thoughts and prayers are with you all now.

I was talking to a friend last night about Christmas and he was absolutely not looking forward to it. Hated it, because it reminded him of all the people he had lost.

Then he told me about going to a cousin's funeral earlier this year, she passed on well before her time also. He dreaded the funeral but it turned out to be a celebration of her life, and that made it easier to cope with, and the family drew great strength from it.

As he talked about it, he turned round to me and said, "maybe that's what I need to do now. I need to find reassurance in the people who loved me, and keep them in my life in a positive way, rather than pushing them away and feeling angry at them for leaving me. They made me who I am today, they gave me a lot and I should remember that!"

I hope it works for him. And for others too. I remember people, but I think about things that we did together and it makes me feel a lot better, I still miss them terribly, but I can be thankful that I had them in my life and it helps.

Remember.... cry a little... then embrace their memory and smile.

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