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Many of you who know me personally know that my Mother's health has been on a steady decline since she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer 18 months ago. After a long and drawn out process which exhausted her, she remained strong right up until she passed, peacefully, at home, on Thursday August 15, 2019.I did want to share this with you as I have been somewhat absent from life in general for the last couple of years and I wanted to explain that this is why. I made the choice to become not only a caregiver (along with my four siblings) and an advocate for my Mother but also, with our shared passion, her travel companion. She was no longer able to travel on her own but she still wanted to get a few trips in while she still could, including a cruise to Hawaii this Spring that she had planned to go on with my oldest daughter Gracie for her High School graduation but cancer got in her way. We took three trips to her beloved Walt Disney World with many of her Grandchildren, a cruise of the Hawaiian islands (including a long awaited stay at Disney's Aulani!) and a trip to Vancouver to see her oldest friend from grade school. All the while I was able to be with her, building our relationship and creating memories! She saw my daughter Gracie get her first apartment, my daughter Emma graduate from high school as well as hemming and preparing her “Prom” dress, and Gwen dance her heart out and graduate from grade 8.The girls and Peter and I are still reeling but are taking the week to build up our strength as the last few weeks have been particularly tough. A visitation will take place at the long prom dresses 2019 Robert Reid Funeral Home, downtown at Barrie & Johnson Street Friday August 23rd (which would have been my parents' 50th wedding anniversary!) from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. and the funeral will be held at St. George's Cathedral on Saturday August 24th at 11:00 a.m. I thank you for your patience as we adjust to our new normal, with a very significant part of our lives gone.Sarahxo