Saturday, 12 April 2008

Saturday 12th April

Eric writes that he would like a Humanist service for Lizzie at the Oxford Crem similar to her sister Suzie's.  Because of the paperwork required etc. it is unlikely that the date for this will be finalised before the end of next week. Date and time will be posted as soon as it is known.
Eric is currently in Tenerife and sends  love to all as well as profound thanks for all the wonderful messages of  support he is receiving from everyone around the world.


Anonymous said...

Dearest Lizzie, how will I miss our telephone chats where we discussed our ailments & our therapies plus all the delightful & playful gossip over the past 25 years & more since we met & travelled together in "Loves Labours Lost" in 1976 starting in your home town of Southsea. What romps we had! Since we all have to make an exit I'm so pleased that for you it was as the trouper you always were with dear Erica along your side having no doubt brought laughter & smiles to the audience. There was always that twinkle in your eyes despite whatever difficulties you were having to cope with. You were & always will be an inspiration to me. I know there's a twinkling star there above with your name on it. All my love Jono xx

Dear Erica, you were a bulwark for Lizzie, always there for her bringing here so much joy, pleasure & support. Thank you for that fromthe depth of my heart
Jono xx

bromley said...

How lucky I feel to have known Lizzie, she always brought fun and laughter to the salon and was always happy to lend an ear to all my problems even though she had more than enough of her own. Lizzie will leave a void in so many lives. My love and thoughts are with you Eric. Jane xx

george said...

Rest in peace Lizzie, much love..

Anonymous said...

For Dear Erica & Dear Lizzie

Verse 2  from Wordsworth  Daffodils

Continuous as the stars that shine
And twinkle on the milky way
They stretched in never ending line
Along the margin of a bay
Ten thousand saw I at a glance
Tossing their heads in sprightly dance

And dear dear Lizzie you will always be a trouper of a daffodil in my heart, strutting yer stem and tossing yer head in a sprightly dance of oh-so naughty but nice laughter.

With Love Again And Again And Much Saucy Cacklin

Nigel  xx

Anonymous said...

She is everywhere - dancing, giggling and sparkling as always. We are all so much the richer for knowing her and so very much the poorer for her going. I will miss her more than words can say.

Tons of love Erica - she is there for you.xx

erica said...

Chris Matthews and I walked to our lovely church in the village, and I realised there was only one place for Lizzie to be at rest. So am aimimg for church and burial.
Autopsy confirmed cause of death to be a massive brain haemorrhage,as the lovely Doctor Bernard had assessed. love to all ,keep on blogging, Erica