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Re: former T's mother died, ok to send sympathy? LadyBug

Posted by shrinking violet on January 30, 2006, at 13:51:03

In reply to Re: former T's mother died, ok to send sympathy?, posted by LadyBug on January 29, 2006, at 21:55:50

Thanks LadyBug, for sharing your similar experience. Unfortunately, I won't know how my T receives my card (whether it touched her, whether it annoyed her, etc), which is hard sometimes when sending her things, but at least I know in my heart I felt good doing it.

> I think sending her a paper card in the mail is ok. My T.'s mother passed away about 6 months ago and I mailed her a card. She really appreciated it and said some of the people that "should" have acknowleged it, didn't and she felt bad. I had read the obituary in the news paper, so it was public. They are human and go through these things too. I think it's a great idea for you to send her a card. She will appreciate it.
> LadyBug




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