God bless Jane

God bless Jane

Hello there.
Thanks for stopping by.
You may already have heard that dear Jane passed away 
yesterday morning in her sleep. 
I am sure you will join me in sending her husband and children sincere condolences.
Words are completely inadequate here.
But Jane and I made some great plans together, 
and more will be revealed in due course.
She was a brilliant woman, very clever,
And she leaves a marvellous legacy.
Rest in peace, Jane. 
Much love,

58 thoughts on “God bless Jane

  1. Yes RIP Jane, taken to early but now out of pain xxxx. I didn't know you but read your blog and you were an inspiration. Thank you Barbara for introducing me to to Jane's blog and I loomforwRd to hearing your plans

  2. I know have said buy feel what to say how sorry I am to hear this news didn't meet jane but reading her blog what a fighter she gave cancer a run for its money. Looking forward to seeing hers And your plans coming true send big hugs to her husband and children and extended family it's going to be tough but sounds like she left lots of wonderful memories hugs to all who were blessed by Jane thank you jane for sharing with us all lots love you can know feel free of pain xxx

  3. Very sad news. RIP Jane. Our thoughts go out to all her family and friends. So glad you managed to meet Jane and spend some quality time with her Barbara. Our thoughts are with you too. God bless.xx

  4. When I read Janes words, I knew she was holding on for your visit Barbara. She is out of pain and at peace now. She went out on a high having met her good friend. You made her final days on this earth absolutely priceless to her. RIP Jane. Hugs to you Barbara.

  5. So sorry to hear this very sad news. Now Jane can be free of pain and be at peace. I'm sure that her beloved dogs were waiting to meet her and keep her company. Your visit would have meant an awful lot to her and made her last days very special. I'm looking forward to seeing the legacy that she left with you. I can just imagine the two of you sitting planning together. You and her family are in my thoughts
    Lots of love and special hugs Jeanette xx

  6. RIP Jane, my thoughts are with her family , Dave and you. I am so glad that you got to meet her and to make plans…those memories are yours forever….hugs…xxxx

  7. I do join with everyone in sending my thoughts to her family. As you said, words are totally inadequate, but I am so glad you did get to meet on those two occasions. I am sure it must be so bittersweet, but it is what Jane herself wanted. I hope her family can draw together and remember the wonderful things in her life. xxx Maggie

  8. RIP Jane, you have created some amazing memories for everyone who met you, and loved. A huge gap that can't be filled will have been left, but treasured memories to comfort them that no one can take away have been created! I look forward to the fruishon of the plans you both discussed. I am so glad you and Dave made the trip to visit Jane for her and for the both of you and Jane's family. God bless V. X

  9. Hi Barbara RIP Jane, you are no longer in pain. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. A special hug for you today Barbara, I'm so glad you introduced her to us and you got the chance to meet up, she always sounded an amazing lady. Take care. Love Diane xxx

  10. Jane is at last pain free and at peace – my thoughts are with all her family and friends. So lovely that you could finally meet her and cook up some special plans for the future – I look forward to seeing what you have in store for us! x

  11. How lucky you went last week! Quite spooky if you ask me. Isn't it funny what fate has in store for us all…..look forward to hatchlings in the future. Bless you and yours and Janes family too xxx

  12. RIP Jane, you are finally free of pain. You were a very special lady who had a unique and often humorous, but honest, way of looking at things. May of us who have known you online for the past couple of years will greatly miss you.
    Condolences to the family.

  13. So sorry to read this post. My condolences to all of her family and friends. I am so pleased that you got to see her Barbara as it would have meant so much to Jane. Pat x

  14. Barbara, no words are ever right at times like this.. All I can say it must have been a great privilege to have met Jane and her husband and I will look forward to whatever you have formulated with her as her legacy.
    Much love Kim xx

  15. Hi Barb,
    Such very sad news today. She was an inspirational lady who will be sorely missed by all who had the privilege to know her. I never had that privilege and only know her through reading her blog, but in that short time I was deeply moved by her courage. I am so very glad that you got to meet her and I'm sure that your two visits meant the world to her and her family. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and yourself and Dave. Love Alison xx

  16. So sorry to hear of Jayne's passing. May she rest in peace. My condolences to her family and to you and Dave. How wonderful, that you were able to meet with her and make some plans. Hugs to you, xx

  17. I only started to follow her story relatively recently but did look back over her diary and the different problems she faced with equanimity. She was obviously a very strong and clever lady who lived and died as she would have wished. I'm so glad to got to meet her and she was determined to meet you too, and good to know that through those meetings you have made plans for keeping her memory alive. x

  18. Hello Barb, when I read the blog post yesterday, it did bring tears to my eyes. Rest in Peace Jane, you are now free of pain. My thoughts are with your family, and with Barbara and Dave, as I know they forged a strong bond with you and Stephen, and I am so glad that two kindered spirits got to spend that special time together. Bx

  19. Hi Barbara Such sad news Rest in peace Jane my thoughts and prayers go to your family at this sad time and a special hug to you and Dave so glad you got to see her to make special memories love Pauline xx

  20. Hello Barbara. What a sadness for all who knew Jane. I only started reading her blog when you introduced her to us and what a wonderful woman she must have been. So brave and refusing to let this horrid illness wear her down. Fabulous though that you and Dave made her last few days so special. RIP Jane. xx Margaret Col.

  21. RIP Jane, condolences to the family, and to you too Barbara. It seems like she was just waiting to see you before she went. Very sad.im sure Becs did that too, just waited till we were all sorted and Kieran was doing well and settled with the start of his army carreer. We'd had the best Xmas with her and she'd spent time with Grandma, then just decided that was it, she'd had enough. God I miss her, now I'm sad! Time for some crafty therapy!Wxx

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