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Monday, December 14, 2009

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY





Today is Marjorie Braund's funeral. I am reading one of the lessons and the CFZ will be out in force. Richard, Max, Olivia and Ivan are (or will be) down and things are rather hectic. So please forgive me if I do not wax as lyrical as usual on the bloggo.

I know that many of you knew Marjorie from the Weird Weekends and from visits to the CFZ, and so - with Kaye's permission - I am posting the order of service for her funeral so that those of you who were unable to make it in person but want to say farewell to a very special lady, will be able to do so.





















































2 comments:

Tabitca said...

Goodbye to someone who sounded like a great lady. I will be thinking about you all as you go through this today . love and hugs
Lxx

Richie said...

Thank you for posting the order of service. I read it carefully: the scripture reading and the lyrics of the hymns and listened to Rachmaninoff's Op 34 No 14. I mourn at your loss as I listened to what seemed to be Anna Moffo lamenting Marjorie's passing.

Death is certain but only sad to those that remain.