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mopsele, Our Dear Departed Angel of CBS

Posted on: July 14, 2011 8:09 pm
Edited on: July 14, 2011 8:42 pm
If you would like to pay your respects to our dear mopsele, please follow the link below.

I met mopsele (Trudy) back in 2006 before I started the "All Friends Bar & Grill.We became very good friends. God only knows how many hours we spent on the phone chatting. She would call me at 10:00 pm at night up untill about 2:00 am. We discussed everything. Always, we discussed the trolls. She could not understand why the trolls wanted to destroy the B&G so bad. She just could not concieve that people could be so evil. She could not understand why they would call her names. Even to the troll, the worst of them, she tried to be their friend.

She was one of the most precious friends one could ever ask for. In my life I have had two truely good friends. One being my friend Larry that died April 2, 2010. He was just as close to me as a brother. And mopsele. A true and fine lady. No better a friend could we ask for. A lady like mops does not come around to often. She was one of a kind. At times I wonder if she was even a real person. I some times wondered if she was really an angel, put here on cbs to show people about being friends, loving everyone, to teach us all that we could all get along together.

Her life was the "All Friends Bar & Grill. When several of us left here, she remained. Through one troll after another, she hung in there. The trolls called her every name in the book. But she did not sway, this was her home and she was proud of it! She was the "First Lady" of the "All Friends Bar & Grill"! She was the B&G. She welcomed many a friend that came to the B&G. She would do her best to get everyone to get along with each other.

She was loved by everyone. She treated people with respect. To know her, was to love her. She was never demanding, sarcastic, never screamed, yelled or really got mad. She only wanted to chat and be friends with everone. Yes , she was the B&G.

When I came in and read the post on where mopsele had passed away. My heart seemed to stop. I read it in disbelief. Losing a friend is truely hard. Even tough we knew her time to go was near, It does not make it any easier. I am in kind of a shock. mopsel was a lady that I had the utmost respect for. We all will miss her. She will always be part of us. We all lost a very dear friend. A true friend. Each time we come here we will feel her spirit here. For, she will always be the B&G. She was friend to many folks on cbs.

Now she is in a better place. She is up in heaven, that I am sure. She is no longer in pain. She is smiling down on us, watching her teams play ball.
Writing this is the hardest thing I have done. For I have tears in my eyes. For coming and hearing about her passing truely hurt and is hard to digest.

We love you mopsele, for ever more. Thank you for the precious time you gave us here. In our hearts you will remain for ever more. We know you are setting on that cloud in the skies so high, watching over us here. And one day, we all shall see you once again.

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F uckgers_Ron
Since: Sep 10, 2011
Posted on: September 10, 2011 2:02 pm
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mopsele, Our Dear Departed Angel of CBS

Folgers_Ron - Thank you for posting the, though dismal, update on mopsele.  Each of you has been favorites of mine for as long as I remember, and mopsele will be so missed.  Apparently this blog was cleared of all comments in the two days I could not use the system (since 8/14) because I can rate on blogs and see comments in this medium.  She has been such a sweetheart to all, including yours truly, and it is difficult at best to understand the workings of who stays on this earth and who is called home.  I believe she'll be watching you guys at the bar&grill, and all those about whom she cared for here, while she is eased from pain and the sometime miseries of this human world. 

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