The Last Post? — The Silent Eye

How could I not fail to be moved to share this post…A last goodbye from a lady who is so talented with words and gifted with an insight which many us would love to have…Over the years we have talked about Nick, our dogs and life…I will always remember you Sue not only for your gift with words and love of what has been but I will remember you when I eat fruit cake and always with cheese…

Go forward on your next journey filled with all the love and respect we all have for you knowing that your words will live on in our memories…In Teagans words Hugs on a wing xxx

This may be the final post that I get chance to write for the Silent Eye… that decision has been taken out of my hands. I spent much of last week in hospital, having, as many of you know, been diagnosed with incurable small cell lung cancer last September. It has been an interesting and […]

The Last Post? — The Silent Eye

27 thoughts on “The Last Post? — The Silent Eye

  1. CarolCooks2 Post author

    I think we all have, dear Dolly … Reading Sue’s post would bring a tear of sadness and hope that one day we should be so blessed to look on our time here as Sue has done xx


  2. Darlene

    As always, Sue uses her skill as a wordsmith to help us understand her journey. She is one special person and her words will be in our hearts forever.

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    1. CarolCooks2 Post author

      I couldn’t not share, Sue… I always remember my friend Pauline whenever I make spiced red cabbage as she gave me the recipe…Food is a wonderful way of remembering it always elicts that warm , happy feeling…I’m now reaching for the tissues again as those feelings are also tinged with a touch of sadness …Hugs xxx

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      1. Sue Vincent

        These past few months have been about revisiting old family favourites as recipes and bringing back so many old and lovely memories. And Alex, my youngest, was alllit up to discover I still have the ancient Be-ro recipe books with all the best recipes in there 🙂 xx

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      2. CarolCooks2 Post author

        Cool, I remember my mum having that it was long and thin I’ll have to ask my sister if she has it still…Food is a great way to remember my kids are always bringing something they remember as kids its great xxx


      3. Sue Vincent

        Yes, that’s the one. You can still get them from BeRo online, but the recipes havebeen modernised and gone a bit upmarket. I have two, one must be nigh on fifty years old now. xx

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      4. CarolCooks2 Post author

        Yes I checked on line but the postage is horrendous and as you say the recipes updated… my mums must the first edition I used to make the maderia cake from there I’m sure it was that of first cakes I made as a child..I think 1953 was the first edition something like that…xxx


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