The Aunt

The Aunt passed this morning.

She was 90 years old.



The photo of her in the kitchen up there on the left was taken 2 years ago
The photo to its right was taken in the same kitchen sometime in the late 1960s.
The photo on the bottom left was taken at her granddaughter's wedding 6 yrs ago
The photo on the bottom right is of her and The Uncle
They were married over 60 yrs, he passed 10 yrs ago
They are together again now, I am sure.

Harriette Schindler
June 30, 1919 - February 18, 2009

35 comments:

  1. I am sorry to hear of your loss. I hope her 90 years were full of happiness and love. I hope you get some comfort knowing she is now with your Uncle. Take care.

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  2. I am so sorry Daryl. Love and hugs to you. I know she will be missed.

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  3. Oh, how sad. Lovely to think of her reunited with hubby, though.

    Praying for you...

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  4. Daryl I am so sorry for your families loss, but what a great age she reached. I am certain she is now smiling down on you and happily reunited with her love.

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  5. :(
    So sorry to hear of her passing.
    She was a stunning woman!!!
    (I see where you get your looks from!)
    My thoughts are with you.
    xoxoxo

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  6. Oh sweetie - my heart aches for you.

    I remember her in the yellow and you talking about how she knew how to dress.

    I know you will miss her.

    Huge soft hugs my friend.

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  7. So sorry for your loss Daryl. They will be smiling down and watching you until all are reunited again.

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  8. It's never easy to lose our lovies no matter how much life they've been lucky enough to live. From the looks of that lower left photo, she certainly knew how to have a good time.
    I'm sure you'll miss her, Daryl. Hugs coming your way.

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  9. :D,
    Sorry to hear about your Auntie. She looks like a neat lady.

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  10. Daryl, I am so sorry for your loss. Sending love and strength to you and your family. Hugs. xoxo

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  11. She looks like a wonderful lady, Daryl. Sorry to hear of your loss. This was a very nice tribute. Once again, my condolences.

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  12. The Aunt is such a lovely, lovely woman, Daryl--now as well as then. I especially love those old 1940s-era pictures. That is my favorite era and I believe I was supposed to be alive then.

    I'm so sorry for your loss, but happy for her husband's gain!

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  13. I'm so sorry, Daryl. It's never easy to lose someone who's been so precious to us.

    I hope that your wonderful memories of her will be a comfort to you!

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  14. What a lovely lady. I'm sorry for your loss. She is with her honey of 60 years. God bless her.

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  15. I am so sorry, Daryl. She obviously meant much to you. From her photos I would guess that she had a very happy life. 60 years with her husband is such a blessing. I'm sure they are together now.

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  16. Sounds like a really special lady. I know you're sorry to see her go, but glad that she's reunited with her one true love.

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  17. Wow, Daryl. You look amazing i that lower left shot. Who is that in the upper right? i am sorry for your loss. I lost all my mother's siblings this past year...such a lonely feeling.

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  18. Oh Daryl I am so sorry. ((((Hugs)))) aplenty for you. She is where there is no more pain. :) I know how much you will miss her. Take care. xoxox

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  19. How thrilled she must be to reunite with her love...how sad and lonely you are you. I had such an aunt, my
    Aunt Edith. I adored her. I miss her still. Warm hugs Daryl, what a wonderful life she had!
    Sandi

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  20. Sorry for your loss Daryl, but a life well lived, I am sure.

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  21. Oh Daryl! She was such a cutie and I know you're going to miss her. The good part is that she is with her husband & they are both young again & very happy. I'm so sorry! But, what a lovely age she lived to be. We should all be so lucky...

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  22. I am sorry to hear of the loss of your Aunt!
    Love n hugs to you and all your family.

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  23. I am sorry Daryl for your loss. Hugs to you. (I am so tired I almost typed bugs to you)
    I am happy for Aunt's gain though, I can see the love in that last picture....

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  24. Wow, Daryl. What a beautiful, classy woman! She is now with her loved ones again. I know you will miss her.
    You look mahvelous!

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  25. Hugs to you, and three cheers to Harriet who lived through a fantastic century.

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  26. So sorry to hear that. She looked to be a lovely lady.

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  27. I am so sorry to learn this. She looks like a wonderful lady.

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  28. Daryl, what a beautiful post, about an aunt I see you dearly loved. I hold you tight tonight~
    xoxoxo

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  29. Oh Daryl, that's such sad news. She'll be sorely missed by you, I'm sure.

    Go gently.

    TBNIL X

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  30. I'm sorry Daryl. She was very beautiful, inside, too, I'm sure.

    Peace - D

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  31. I'm so sorry for your loss, Daryl. She sure was a lovely looking woman. No doubt she is happy to be with her love once again.

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  32. So sorry Daryl. Hope you're doing ok. What a stylish lady she was. Hugs.

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