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Slipped Away

We've grown older. As we grow we gather friends, especially in these days of Internet and social networking. But as the years pass we begin to lose the ones we love and while we are able to move on as we should, there is a part of us that wants to hold on...and to not let the world forget that someone existed, did their time and left us.


This is the place where those that are gone remain alive in our memories.


I begin it with some TBD members that live-on in my own heart, but everyone's memories are welcome. Open a discussion for anyone close to you that you choose not to forget.  Post photos, post the laughter, post the joy...post the tears.


This group is for them.

Members: 57
Latest Activity: Dec 28, 2021

Discussion Forum

Bill Pojunis 2 Replies

Bill Pojunis passed away peacefully on Friday.Posted by his daughter on his fb page:Mom and Dad (Bill Pojunis) are reunited again. Dad passed peacefully with Brett and I by his side last night. We…Continue

Started by Aggie. Last reply by OCNaturalDoc Dec 14, 2021.

Mike O'Leary 2 Replies

Mike O'Leary, dragon7045 on Eons passed away September 19, 2021, at his residence in Ponchatoula, LA. Mike was retired from management and sales in the marine and heavy industries and was a U.S. Air…Continue

Started by Aggie. Last reply by Julia A Knaake Oct 21, 2021.

Maurice Dion 1 Reply

MGDJ on TBD, ChelseaLad on Eons I wish I was reaching out on better circumstances, but wanted to let you know Maurice passed early this morning. Good that he was able to see his 3 kids on his final…Continue


Started by Aggie. Last reply by Aggie Oct 5, 2021.

Gene Kelly 2 Replies

Gene Michael "Mike" Kelly, age 74, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, began and ended his life at St. John’s Medical Center in Tulsa. He was born March 17, 1947 at St. John's to Pat G. and Edna Mae Evans Kelly. He…Continue

Started by Aggie. Last reply by Julia A Knaake May 13, 2021.

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Comment by EddieDingo on December 24, 2012 at 10:32pm

Grammie Sue,

I always think about my love ones on their birthdays no matter how long ago they left and no matter how 'difficult' they were to live with.  I'm glad that we tend to remember the best in people.

Sad hearing about your Sister-In-Law's mother.  It is a tough time of year to have friends and relatives leave us.

Comment by Grammie Sue on December 24, 2012 at 9:55pm

Today my SIL's mother died.  I have known Jo for the past 38 years when I joined the family.  It is sad to think of her gone.  She was a bright, fun lady who we enjoyed seeing when we went to my husband's brother's house.  Makes me feel older some how.  This month also marks the first Christmas with out my niece who died in April of this year.  She was the oldest daughter of my husband's younger brother.  It is a hard year for us all around. 

Comment by Grammie Sue on December 23, 2012 at 8:41am

This month, the 19th I think it was is the day my mother died.  She was another complicated person.  She was bi-polar and may have been skitzo too. The doctor was never sure.  But it would explain a lot of things that happened when I was growing up.  But in spite of the pain she and my father caused our family I loved her too.  So it is nice to remember her here.  I do miss her. 

Comment by Grammie Sue on December 23, 2012 at 8:37am

My father's birthday was yesterday.  William (Bill) W. Jaco.  He has been gone since the 80's.  Diabetes/heart problems.  He was a complicated man.  He had a very hard life growing up and a lot of terrible things happened to him as he grew.  Unfortunately he took out his pain on others and my sister and I had a hard life growing up because of it.  

But, he could be sweet and he could be so funny and fun.  I loved him in spite of the terrible pain he caused me and our family.    

Comment by Maricel Evasco on December 20, 2012 at 3:25pm

I miss Tina Volk. She was another beautiful soul that will hold a dear place in my heart.

Comment by TeeBubbaDee on September 26, 2012 at 12:01pm

Comment by EddieDingo on April 2, 2012 at 12:16pm


Feel free to post a tribute discussion about your mother.  She sounds like a wonderful woman.  I'd love to see a picture.

Comment by Joella on March 25, 2012 at 7:37am

I lost my mother this past September 12th. I've been grieving along with my family since then. Mom had a sense of humor that served her and us so well through the long 2 years of her illness. When my sisters and I would be crying in the hall of the hospital you could hear her with visitors in her room laughing up a storm. She was dedicated to helping others, and worked tirelessly to that end. She was beautiful in every sense of that word. I'm at the point where I can finally talk about this without going berserk, but it still hurts so badly. Sometimes I exist in a fog state. I keep finding evidence of that: an open bottle of juice in the pantry, articles of clothing put up in wrong places, etc. But it really is better than it was. She was my mother, friend, mentor. I will keep on reaching out to life even though it looks so different now. I will keep trying my best to be like she was in ways that can make a difference. Love never dies and it never grows small.

Comment by Sofia Chesterfield on March 14, 2012 at 6:14pm

I miss the many people from the old days with whom I have lost contact completely.  I never knew their real names; I only knew their avatars.  They might be alive and well, but short of some sort of incredible stroke of fortune, I'll probably never run across them again.  They've abandoned their old avatars, and I've abandoned mine; we will know each other when we meet again?

Comment by EddieDingo on March 14, 2012 at 7:18am

I've turned them all into discussions.  It's easier that way.


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