Gone, but never, ever, forgotten.


My online friend, and writing supporter, Lindsey J Parsons, was finally laid to rest on the 30th of January 2014. To my regret, I was unable to attend her funeral. However, my thoughts were with her all that day, along with fellow members of The Alliance of Worldbuilders, who did make it to wish our dear friend goodbye, as she embarked on that most final journey in life, and one which we all must ultimately take.

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With her went our prayers and love, along with the pain of parting from such a dear soul. Always vibrant, generous with her time and advice, it’s very hard to put into words just how much we will all miss her.


So, Godspeed Lindsey, you may be gone, but you will never be forgotten. x



4 Responses to “Gone, but never, ever, forgotten.”

  1. A lovely tribute, Kate. It was a terribly terribly sad day and I cried like a baby, especially when this little coffin passed by. Lindsey may have had the huge heart of a dragon but she was a petite little person. The service was beautiful, very moving and very Lindsey. It was a high turn out, unsurprisingly, Lindsey touched so many lives. There was so much love in the room, and you and the other dear AWB friends who couldn’t make it, really were there in spirit. And throughout the ceremony, standing proudly in the centre, in front of everyone, was the Alliance of Worldbuilders flowers, Lindsey’s own dragon avatar in flowers! It looked utterly stunning and Lindsey would have thrilled.
    A really wonderful tribute Kate, we all miss our dragon friend dearly but we wish her well up there in the stars. πŸ™‚ xxxxx


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