Bob and David Update

I am sad to report that our dear friend, Bob, who came everyday to visit his sister, Annie, at the Care Center where my mother lives, passed away. Of course my mother has taken the news very hard, and I will spend the day with her again tomorrow to try to help her deal with her emotions…. she just keeps saying she misses him so much, as do I. Bob was one of those amazing individuals that come into your life and leave a BIG footprint on your heart. We all came to love Bob, and his presence among us is very much missed. RIP Bob. You were so loved, and I’m so proud to count you among my friends. I will continue to look in on your sister Annie for you.



On a happier note, David, who has been in isolation in his room for well over a month with a severe infection, has been cleared by his doctors and released back into the general population. So, so good to have you back David! You were missed, and we all love you!  Welcome back… 🙂


Stay Tuned!


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. gotham girl
    Feb 08, 2015 @ 02:10:32

    Oh…I am so sadden to hear this…tears here…I didn’t even know Bob…but what you have shared… so beautifully I might add…would make any of us fall in love with him. My heart goes out to everyone touched by this gentle soul. Thanks for keeping us updated…and thrilled to know that David has been released back into the wilds of the care center!! xoxoxoxoxoxo


    • beyondcinderella
      Feb 08, 2015 @ 12:30:20

      Thank you Frissy. Bob was a gentle soul, and is very much missed. And, yes, David is beyond thrilled to be released “back into the wilds of the care center!!” Bless his sweet heart, he is such a joy to everyone!!! XoXo


  2. katsbynp
    Feb 08, 2015 @ 17:55:46

    I am sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. Thank you for introducing this kind man to us. It is a great to loss to all who knew him.
    So happy to hear of David’s good news. It is wonderful to know he is allowed to rejoin the care community and has recovered from his infection.
    Thank you for sharing these wonderful people with us. Great post. XoXO


    • beyondcinderella
      Feb 08, 2015 @ 20:27:29

      Thanks Kathy. Yes, Bob’s passing has had a real impact on many people that knew him. He was just that kind of person, so kind, so gentle, and so generous with his time… And David is so happy to be out of his room… they may never get him back in it again! XoXo


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