Today my little sister Sue-Ellen Mary Fraser passed from this earth, she passed away. My mother and her are together now and she is with her parents. This is a very, very sad loss.
"Death will always be a sad time for us left behind because we are living in time and we are governed in time by time." ~Mary-Ellen Peters.I always loved that I had a sister who had a name so like mine, I found this more than comical. I s felt from the time I found out I had a little sister [which was when I was quite old] with such a name, that my mum may just have thought about me each time she called Sue-Ellen's name. I really thought that this was pretty special and I asked my mum and she said she missed me so much and that funnily enough she did think of me every time.
I had only just found out my name was Mary-Ellen a couple of years earlier and I was beginning to place the members of my family who I had only just met and I was 18 years old. I met my mum and and this new part of my family, It was amazing cause I had never laid eyes on them before.
To All of my family and to Sue-Ellen's other family I share your sadness and I feel this loss no matter how close a person is, we share the same cells in our bodies. It isn't any fault of mine that our family situation is what it is.
I love all of creation and that includes people and most of all my family with whom we all share the same DNA and unique carbon atoms that make us who we are.
We come from a strong family and we should never lose sight of this. I know that our parents were born into the situations and the suffering they endured in their lives. I also know that then in turn we as all of their children lived under a bondage from all of this legacy and you are now free of this back in your spirit form.
I feel very disconnected from knowing exactly how to feel and I must see Suey's Life as a true celebration no matter how sad this makes me feel. She had an awesome spirit and she was a testament to my mother and Ray (both deceased) who nursed her when she was not well when she was younger.
I am glad to know also that she was doing things that she loved when her passing came unexpected. At this point I am not entirely sure of the medical circumstances in detail other than to say she had formed a clot and now she has gone.
Good bye my sister ... your spirit will live on for eternity in the stars.
Image by Mezza - Sue-Ellen and her calf taken by me in 1977 at Pratten