Sympathy extended to Sue Harrison

As you know, Sue Harrison is a generous contributor to my blog, sharing her wisdom and experience as an international best-selling novelist. Her “Writing the Third Dimension” posts are informative, helpful, and appreciatively anticipated each month.

Sue has also been a longtime caregiver of her elderly family members. The circle of life brings us all the way around to taking care of the ones who cared for us, and on it goes. Recently she has had more help, which is such a good thing as it is very draining being the main care provider.

With regard to that … This brief post is to inform you that Sue’s precious mother passed away on July 28; therefore, life has been more hectic than usual for Sue the past two weeks. If you wish to leave notes of sympathy and encouragement for Sue, please do so in the comment section for this post where she will read them. You also can visit her blog and leave condolences there. 

Although Sue and her husband are taking a much-needed break from the usual demands of life, a time which I hope will be restorative and healing, there will be a “Writing The Third Dimension” post this month. Sue sent it to me today and it’s now scheduled for August 27. It’s a good one – as usual. In September she will respond to comments and questions regarding the topic.

Thanks for reading, and … Creative Musings! 🙂



6 responses to “Sympathy extended to Sue Harrison

  1. Thank you for letting us know Lynn. My condolences to Sue and her family at this sad time. Please take the time you need to reflect, remember and to morn.

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  2. My condolences to Sue and her family. Losing a mother is a deep loss, and good memories become even more precious. May the joy of those memories outweigh the sorrow over time.

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  3. So very sorry to hear the news about Sue’s mom. It’s so bitter sweet because those left behind grieve. But for the one who’s moved on, they are at peace. *Hugs and prayers to her and her family!*
    Jamie Dement (LadyJai)
    Caring For My Veteran

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  4. Darlene, Faith and LadyJai, Thank you so much for your sweet and wise words. Although tears seem unusually close these days, my heartache lifted when Mom was freed from a fail body that trapped her beautiful mind and spirit. Love to you all.

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  5. It is good that Ms. Harrison can get some much needed rest, but it is sad because of the reason. I am very sorry for her loss.

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  6. Thank you for your condolences, Erik. I wish you could have known my mom. She is the perfect example of that person who never lost her kid-like wonder about the world, and her child-like trust and love. Your quote on Polilla’s home page always reminds me that some of the lucky people never stop being kids!! That was my mom!


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