Condolence: I am so sad to hear of Aunt Mary's passing. What an extraordinary woman and such a life she led, I've never met a woman with so much energy and such a "can do" attitude. My sincere condolences to her wonderful family. My heart goes out to them all during this difficult time. During my last visit with Aunt Mary my son took a liking to one of her barn cats "AJ Fuzzbottom". Much to my chagrin (but not really :) ), Aunt Mary told me, within earshot of my son "you can take him home with you if you like". Well, AJ is still part of our family. Thank you Aunt Mary for all the wonderful memories.
Condolence: My sincerest sympathies to the McBride family. Mary taught me that bales of hay are heavier than they look, that mares are the most stubborn in muddy pastures and never ever put your boots on top of the wood stove... Mary, you will always hold a special place in my heart and because of your kindness and generosity my first ever mare Corisma, was an Arab,(who spooked at a butterfly and left me to walk back to the barn!)That's right Mary, laugh it up, again!! XOXO
Condolence: Ah Mary, so many wonderful memories, so many laughs. Thank you for your kind and generous spirit. All these years and you still hold a special place in my heart.
Thank you for sharing your love of horses with me and for allowing me to cope with cancer through your loving horse therapy.
Bad weather won't allow me to travel to and from Kingston today. Candles are lit and prayers spoken. May you pray for us and keep watch over your loved ones.
You are missed.
Condolence: We remember so well from 4-H days when Mary would bring her Horse Club members to Awards Night. The members in that club were always so enthusiastic......probably due to the fine leadership she displayed. We must not forget her generosity in giving a colt to a deserving member each year. Thank you Mary for all you did!