31 Day Reset, Musings

31 Day Reset – Day 30

June 18, 2012

Today’s task is a bit morbid. *shudder* write your own Eulogy
What would you really want people to say about you when you die?
Here goes…

Sabirah, or Sab as she was fondly called by many was one with a big heart. She dedicated her life to making others lives better and it is evident with the amount of people here today. She discovered her creative traits early and expressed them in very many ways, from her various businesses to the craft classes she taught and hosted at her foundation for girls. 
While many people knew her as a giving person to people outside her circle, her family and friends described her as one of the most supportive and caring people they knew. She was thoughtful and always remembered to bring a small gift from her travels all over the world.
Her love for cooking made her house a favorite place for everyone as there was always something new and exciting to try in her warm kitchen. She and her husband enjoyed entertaining and their parties were always one to remember.
She left every place a little better than she met it and will be remembered for her infectious laugh, her fun positive attitude and always having a kind word to say. She touched many lives and will be greatly missed. Her legacy will live on though as she donated much of her savings to her foundation for girls and running the joint vocational school. We will miss her but just like she would have wanted us to, today we will not mourn but we will celebrate an amazing woman!

Have a great week ahead everyone
(wow challenge is almost done!)

Love always,

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  • Reply Bimbo F June 30, 2012 at 12:36 pm

    My gosh! To write one’s eulogy? That’s scary. But really i’m always looking forward to reading something from you. Nice nice

  • Reply Anonymous July 30, 2012 at 10:55 am

    sabirah you inspire me in more ways thaa one!God bless you!

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