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Scarlet

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I'll be in third hour prayer in a bit. Grits, you, Stephen and your family will be in my prayers. I'm so very sorry. [Votive]

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Dormouse

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Yes indeed, thank you for the privilege of sharing that video with you. It shows two loving brothers.
Prayers for you and your family, Grits [Votive]

[ 24. August 2011, 12:24: Message edited by: Dormouse ]

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LutheranChik
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Praying for the Grits family/circle of friends, for peace and comfort during this sad time.

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Enigma

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Grits - praying for you, your family and friends at this time and in the days and months ahead. May God's peace be with you and His love surround you as he surrounds Stephen. And thank your for sharing your lovely family wth your ship family. [Votive]

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Mamacita

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Oh, Grits, I'm in pieces watching Robby's video. What beautiful boys, what fine young men, what great and loving brothers. God bless you all. [Tear]

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Gwai
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Thank you for sharing, Grits. It is a touching, beautiful video and a wonderful tribute to a brother. That video is all I know about Robby, but it says only beautiful things about him. My prayers with him too.

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Ags

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Safe in the arms of Jesus, indeed.
My love to you, Grits & family, and my prayers [Votive]

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Oh dear Grits, I am so sorry. [Votive]
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A beautiful video. Prayers without words ascending. [Votive]

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Heartbreaking. I'm so sorry.

[Votive] for Grits and the family.

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Dear Grits, my prayers and tears for you and yours. [Votive]

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close to home ... [Waterworks]


[Votive]

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IngoB

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Great video, it really communicates the good times and the heartbreak...

My prayers for you in this sadness, may you all be re-united in heaven one day. [Votive]

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Those who love God never meet for the last time.
[Votive]

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Scot

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Oh Grits, I am so sorry. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

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ReverendMike

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quote:
Originally posted by Tortuf:
<snip> I remember that and feel humbled.

I've struggled with how to express this for the past day. Here goes.
I don't visit here much. Lack of time mostly. But I came here originally as a warden with the CoF project. I subsequently met Grits & Tortuf both. I'm proud to call them friends because of it. Anyhow, a couple years back I visited Nashville to see them and meet a few more from the Ship. It was a very busy weekend. Fished with Tortuf in the morning. Toured a church with Sine' and a small mob of Shipmates. (Sorry. Can't remember everyone's ship names.) Had lunch with the same mob.
But the evening was the most memorable part. It was my birthday and Grits invited me to her home. There I met her family including Stephen. It wasn't the fabulous cake or the fun picking music with her husband that stuck to me. (Both were wonderful, don't get me wrong.) It was the love and light that surrounded Stephen that I carried home. I was privileged to witness that night what a loving, Christian home can be and I feel blessed to have done so.

Humbled? Certainly. Enlightened? Probably. Filled with hope at humans can accomplish through love? Absolutely.

Thank you Grits, Stephen and everyone else for that day. I will carry all of you the rest of mine.

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Nanny Ogg

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The video is beautiful. Sad, but so full of love.

My prayers are with you and your family.

[Votive]

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MrSponge2U

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[Votive] For Grits and her family. May God's peace be with you.

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Janine

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quote:
Originally posted by jlg:
I met Stephen in 2006, when Grits provided me with her excellent Southern hospitality during my Great Southern Road Trip. He was indeed blessed to have Grits for a mother, as well as the entire extended family. If one is fated to have a horrible disease such as Batten's, you definitely want someone like Grits to rally the troops and surround you with love and care.

I had the pleasure of meeting the family on a trip thru Grits' neck of the woods, also. I've thought the same things.

Even if the Lord thought it advisable to explain all the "Why?" prayers, there's no reason to expect we could really understand the deep reasons of God. Sometimes I console myself with that.

Bittersweet stuff, dear Grits, when one's child goes Home ahead of you.

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I'm so sorry. [Votive]

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Ariel
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What a beautiful video. Thank you for sharing that with us.

And I add, along with everyone else here: I'm so sorry to hear this news. I wish you peace and comfort. [Votive]

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[Votive]
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Liberty

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[Votive] Praying for you all.

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[Votive]

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Formerly JFH

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Tortuf
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It's wonderful to read all the kind, loving and heartfelt messages you have posted. I know Grits has been buoyed by them, as have I.

Stephen's obituary will be published tomorrow. I will provide a link to it as soon as I find it.

This, like many other occasions here, brings the words of Jesus in Matthew 18:20 to life.
quote:
For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them.
God bless you all.
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Nenuphar
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[Votive] For the Grits clan and for the soul of Stephen. May he rest in peace, and may all affected know the comfort of the Father's love and embrace.
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Autenrieth Road

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[Votive] Oh Grits, I am so sorry.

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What a truly lovely video, dear Grits....

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Mrs Shrew

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I'm so sorry Grits. Prayers ascending for you and all your family and Stephen's friends. [Votive]

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I am so very sorry Grits. My prayers for you all [Votive]
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[Votive] of thanks for Stephen's life and all he meant to Grits, his family and friends. He has gone ahead to a better place, but I will pray for you all to have comfort and the strength to cope with not having Stephen here with you anymore.
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Lovely video - brought tears to my eyes. What lovely sons you have.

You are in my prayers.

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Obituary...

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[Votive] [Votive]

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a theological scrapbook

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Thank you so much for sharing that video of your two delightful sons. Prayers for you all. With love, Melangell

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[Votive]

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[Votive] [Tear]

How is she bearing up?

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[Votive]

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churchgeek

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I'm sorry that I'm only seeing this now. Grits, you and your family and everyone who loves Stephen have my love and condolences and will be in my prayers. [Votive]

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Tortuf
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Grits is, as ever, calm, centered, and at peace.
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monkeylizard

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And as gracious as ever. I was able to visit with her for a few minutes yesterday. It was a pleasure to see her again and to meet her family.

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Tortuf
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Sine and I attended the funeral today. It was quite moving and touching. People had fond memories of Stephen and shared them. There was even a video of Stephen as a little boy, singing and bouncing around. When he got a little out of hand I heard Grits' stern voice telling him to behave. The congregation got a giggle out of it.

Stephen was happy in his life. He was loved in his life and he died secure in the knowledge that there was something better waiting for him.

Sine will post the Mystery Worshiper version on Monday.

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Moo

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Thanks, Nashville Mafia, for updating us.

Moo

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Tortuf
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I'm in a little bit better position to write about the funeral now.

Sine and I got to the church about 20 minutes before the scheduled start of the funeral. This was a logistical mistake of some magnitude on our parts as we found ourselves at the tail end of a very long line going down the hall to the sanctuary. Lots of people turned out for the funeral. Grits' personal mafia from Huntsville all came, as did her extensive family. Someone even came all the way from a mission in Peru.

Grits greeted us at the end of the line. She was a calm, gracious, and at peace as she always is. We also got to shake hands with her other son Robbie and his wife. Robbie was the first speaker. He is both handsome and charismatic. It was clear that he loved his little brother. It was also clear that he knew in his heart of hearts that his little brother was in a better place.

This is when we watched the video of Stephen as a little boy bouncing around singing the never ending song. Stephen's dad was playing the piano and Grits was filming. The joy in that little boy's heart jumped out of the screen and danced before us as vividly as if he was there in person.

Then Grits' brother, a minister, spoke. It was nice. He is as calm and centered as his sister. In fact, it was evident that everyone in her family shared an assurance that God was there and that God had already taken Stephen into God's mighty arms.

Across the sanctuary from us was a man with a teenage son in a wheelchair very similar to Stephen's wheelchair. His son was happy and smiling. Dad had his hand over his forehead. We could see that dad saw his son in that coffin one day soon. The picture of the happy and carefree son and the father that saw his son's future in a coffin like Stephan's tore at my heart in ways that I can never express.

The minister spoke next. Most of you have been to funerals where the minister opens up with "Although I never knew . . . " This was not one of those occasions. The minister knew Stephen and loved him. We heard stories about Stephen and his life delivered with an artless fondness.

A barbershop quartet sang several songs including the ever moving Amazing Grace. Stephen's uncle was a member of the group. If anyone did not feel the Holy Spirit flooding into their soul, they were not paying attention.

Let me put it this way. Sine, who is a lifelong high church aficionado, told me he wanted to attend a regular service at Grits' church.

I am an intellectual snob. No doubt about it. Stephen and Grits have made me wonder if all my pride in intellectual understanding of theology means anything like the faith that Grits ans Stephen have.

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THank you , Tortuf.

Peace be with you and yours, Grits... I wish I knew what else to say.

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Jesus loves me, this I know” of they don’t believe “Kelly loves me, this I know.”
Kelly Alves, somewhere around 2003.

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Tortuf, thank you so much for posting that, and I am so glad that you and Sine were able to go, both on your own behalf and on behalf of all of us. It comes as no surprise to know that the church was packed.
Grits, you and your family continue to be in my prayers and I send you my love, especially through all those inevitable jumbled feelings of sorrow and joy, thanksgiving and loss, loneliness and "be-lovedness". May you continue to feel God sustaining you and giving you strength.

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Ags

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[Votive]

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Lit a candle for Stephen, Grits and family at Lincoln Cathedral. [Votive]
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sabine
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I'm out of the country with limited internet access and just now saw this.

Blessings, Grits. May your son's memory live on in all the stories you and others will tell of him.

Peace to you and your family.

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"Hunger looks like the man that hunger is killing." Eduardo Galeano

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