Sending Condolences to Connie

I didn’t imagine my first post of the New Year would start off as a sad one, but it’s with a heavy heart I report we lost a member of our Brainfoggles family recently.

Our dear Connie’s mother, Natalie Melucci, passed away on Dec 30, 2017. Although Connie doesn’t post any longer, she is still a big part of Brainfoggles. If you take a moment to read through some of Connie’s posts you will see many that include her mother and the love she had for her. If you would like to leave condolences, feel free to leave them in the comments on this post. Connie is a frequent visitor to Brainfoggles these days, and I will be happy to make sure they get to her.

Connie, we love you and pray for peace and comfort for your family during this time.

If you would like to donate to the Alzheimer’s foundation on her behalf, donations can be made here.

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Jenn is from Upstate, SC, and loves that she gets to work from home to be with her two little girls. Jenn has been happily married to her very own Superman, Ben, for over a decade, and spends her time reading, writing short stories, doing freelance work and blogging, crafting, riding motorcycles, watching Clemson football, and enjoying life with her family.

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  1. ellen beck
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    My deepest condolences to Connie and her family. I am a longtime follower and know she had written often of her Mother. Please send my regards, thoughts and prayers go with her.