I read that she'd stopped chemo so that she could spend her last Christmas with her family.What a shame. RIP Lynda.
Yes and it's such a shame that she didn't make it as far as Christmas.
I know from my experience this year, you have to enjoy life and appreciate all you have, when I first found out about my cancer, and didn't know how bad it was I prayed every night, and still do I just want to see my lovely son grown up and settled down. Family are so important. I saw this this morning it is so sad, I am very upset by it. RIP Dear Lynda
Oh, my dear, you too :-( It strikes so many families, doesn't it. My mother survived breast cancer in her 60's and lived to 92 but my cousin died of it last year at the age of 77. Hope you are well dear friend. Enjoy life to the full, every moment is precious. Big hugs x
Thankyou lol x
I've only just heard. So sad, I was hoping she would make it until Christmas. What a stunning photo of her. RIP Lynda.
Lovely lady. RIP Lynda x
So very young and so sad.
A really sad loss, I've liked Linda and enjoyed watching any programme she's been in over the years. She always seemed so 'normal' and I've imagined her not having any of the 'I want water chilled, Egyptian sheets on my bed' demands. I'll miss her, my thoughts go out to her family and friends.Peg xx