HANNAHGRAM - A short message of hope, joy and encouragement - normally on a card decorated by the author.
What a wonderful smile - and she was working hard at the time . We have invented a greeting card with "Hi How's it going? " in honour of Hannah . Not exactly a get well card, but a "get on with it" card.
Remembering her as we do today( especially), we are sure she would be saying "get on with the job" .
Here she was helping us scrub down the walls of our flat . Others were questioning " why " and there's her ever present smile and commitment to getting the job done . I remember too how when painting in the same venue her enthusiasm meant she wasn't worried about getting paint on her glasses- despite our concern .
Thinking of mum and dad , clare,paul and joel today as they must really miss her - and not just today !
Sent a box of those lovely Tasmanian cherries in her honor to some farmers in NW Victoria who have hardly had a crop for 12 years.
This is one of Hannah's reminders to Grandma. Each morning Grandma is supposed to let the agency know she is Ok by pressing the button .Failure to do so can create a panic. This message is on the door above the sink where Grandma, and everyone else, will read it - where it can be seen and where it works. We remember her at this time.
In many ways Hannah too was "walking on water" before she slipped and fell. But as in this picture we believe that Jesus caught her and took her to be with Him forever.
On Sunday, February 4, 2008 everyone at Hannah's church was invited to light a candle, or write a message of sorrow, hope, support, or encouragement in response to the news of Hannah's passing.
This was one of our favourites. Typical of the sort of messages that Hannah would write for others. It became the inspiration for this blog.