Lola’s eternal soul left this physical world on 8/8 at 8am – which we believe was her way of telling us that she will love us for eternity or infinity. She told me several times that she was not scared and that she was excited to start this next journey, knowing she would be greeted by Megan and Papa Perry and Mimi. While we are incredibly sad (death only sucks for the living), we can feel her joy at being able to dance and run, finally cancer free. She’s already sent us many signs that she will be by our side until we meet again.
She did not want a traditional funeral. We had a very small visitation for a few close friends and our immediate family at George Mark. She was, however, very specific about her Celebration of Life. I don’t have a date or venue yet, but I will post something as soon as I do.
Please remember that Lola would not want us to be sad. She was more worried about us than herself and we have to carry on, making sure that her legacy also lives on, in us.
As you go about your day, remember to always #LOVELIKELOLA
More to come
Peace and Love
– Lola’s mom ❤
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Dearest Family of Lola. Although I know your loss is tremendous, I know she’s in a better place. I pray for all of you and ALL cancer patients! If we can do anything for any of you, please contact us! I WILL ALWAYS LOVE LIKE LOLA. God Bless you!
Lola is such a wonderful miracle of a person. As Jim once said, if we could be 10% of the person she is… ❤ ❤
forever in my heart , always on my mind….sending prayers and hugs filled with love…♥