Condolence: Know your Mother/grandmother was loved and respected. After 50 years, I still remember finally getting through the required reading of The Lord of the Flies, because she just insisted! Yep, I’m grinning! Sending prayers for the family.
Condolence: My deepest heartfelt sympathy to all of Mrs. Barber's family. She was an Angel for me in HS when I needed it most. God bless and comfort all of you, as only he knows how. I wish I could put into words what my heart feels and wants to say about this sweet, sweet soul who has meant so much to me. Never, ever will she pass from my heart. I cherish her, what she taught me and the impact she had on my life. Writing this with tears, wish I could hug each one of you and give back what she gave to me. I rejoice knowing I will be with her in Heaven. My heart, thoughts,and prayers are with you. God bless you all. ❤🤗🙏☝
Condolence: My heart is broken...Mrs, Barbee was the greatest, sweetest, kindest, most caring teacher I ever had. For whatever reason, she gave me so many breaks as a Senior in HS. I truly believe she "gave" me a passing grade so I could graduate. She allowed me to go to the library to make up tests and homework that I missed. She liked me for some reason and no doubt understood that I had my head elsewhere at the time. Fifty years this side of HS graduation, many days I have thought about her. I surely would not have graduated without her kindness and understanding. I don't recall that you were ever angry with me or were critical. God rest your sweet, sweet soul, Mrs. Barbee. You taught me so much more than in the classroom. You made me a better person, a better man, a kinder man and definitely more understanding. Wisdom, understanding and caring are to be coveted more than Silver or Gold... that's Bible, God's word. My precious beautiful cherished friend...you had it in abundance. Looking forward to being in Heaven with you and I can hug you once again.❤😘🤗🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹