Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Definition of Class





13 comments:

Kasey said...

very inspiring.
xo

Jenny said...

That's a good one. I can see why she kept it to refer to.

Slices of Beauty... said...

Always inspired by such wisdom!
Thank you for sharing.

christina said...

So sorry to hear about the loss of such a wonderful woman. And this is so well-said. I especially agree with how class doesn't try to build itself up by tearing others down. So true. I may just need to print this out and hang it in our home somewhere.

knack said...

LOVE it....what a great reminder! xo

Charity said...

I'm sorry for your loss, Erin. This is very touching & inspiring, thank you for sharing.

Joyce said...

We all never know the lives we will touch. Very inspiring! Sorry about your families loss. She sounded like a very special person. xoxo

nkp said...

Another perfect sentiment, or more like a series of perfect sentiments. So very sorry for your loss. It sounds like you were very much blessed to have known this lovely woman. And it is wonderful that she continues to live on in the memories of those who loved her. Thanks for sharing this, Erin.

Blair said...

Oh, I am inspired too! Thank you for sharing. I am sorry that it took such a loss to read this.

Anne @ The City Sage said...

I'm sorry to hear of your family's loss Erin--thank you for sharing this piece of your husband's aunt. She sounds like she was a spectacular lady!

underthebigbluesky said...

now that is inspiring. i LOVE that it was read and that she held on to it.

something most people are missing for sure, tis a shame!

sending you all peace!

mary said...

This is an absolutely inspiring read (and she sounds like a really great lady). I'm bookmarking this!

Nancy said...

Beautiful. What a wonderful person to have such words spoken of her.