She was a queen. Maybe not in the literal sense of the word but she was an example of uprightness, of honesty and dignity. She worked at a library and led many groups of children to discover the love of literature and the beauty of the arts. I can thank her for that as well.
And she would hold talks on love. I remember visiting the library with our class and listening to her read to us from a beautiful book of quotations she had compiled on Love:
“Love is heaven’s kindly light, the Holy Spirit’s eternal breath that vivifieth the human soul.”
She was a queen of Love.