Duggar: Jill Dillard Writes Blog Post On Grandma Duggar
Duggar fans know that Grandma Mary Duggar passed away on Sunday. She was Jim Bob’s mother. She has been very loved by her family and friends. Fans of TLC’s 19 Kids & Counting and Counting On have come to love her from her appearances on the shows.
Based on what the Duggars have shared so far, it seems like her death was sudden and unexpected. Via social media, the Duggars have been sharing their memories of their beloved grandmother. They are also posting their favorite pictures with her.
On social media, her granddaughter Jana describes the morning of the day she passed away and says, “On her last morning spent here on earth I drove Grandma to church where she worshiped her Savior. Later that afternoon, she went to meet Him face to face! I’d say that’s probably how she would’ve chosen to finish out the day if she got to pick.”
As of right now, the cause of her death has yet to be made public. Fans do not recall hearing that she was sick or had any major health complications. Now, fans are beginning to wonder what happened. Some are guessing that she might have had a stroke or a heart attack. Because she had a stroke in the past, it is understandable they would think that.
Jill Duggar Dillard writes a blog post about Grandma Duggar
Most of the Duggar children shared posts about their grandmother on Instagram. In addition to an Instagram post, Jill Dillard wrote a blog post dedicated to her. The title of the blog post is “A Life Well Lived: Lessons My Grandma Taught Me.” Jill posted about the blog on Instagram Monday after she published it.
In the blog post, Jill writes about her grandmother’s life and highlights some of the things that she learned from her grandma. Because of this post, fans can see how close Jill was to her grandma.
Jill writes, “My grandma taught me to thank God in every situation, realizing that only He can see the big picture. She would say, ‘Praise the Lord’ all the time, and even talked about how thanking God for tough things that happened helped her release it to Him and acknowledge that he was ultimately in control. She was a great example to me and displayed many of the character qualities of the virtuous woman described in the Bible (in Proverbs 31).”
Jill also writes about Grandma Duggar’s Christian faith, saying, “My grandma showed me by example that we must love others more than we love ourselves! She would go out of her way to talk to people about Jesus. She was a real Christian and lived out her relationship with God for all to see.”
This loss is hard on the family
It’s obvious that Grandma Mary Duggar will be very missed by the rest of the family. This is a hard time for the family, but they are thankful for all of the support they are getting from their followers and fans. Grandma Duggar was loved by so many.
What do you think of what Jill wrote about her grandma? Share your thoughts in the comments below. At this time, TLC hasn’t shared if or when the show Counting On will be back.
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Jill had all the right as a grandchild to say her feelings and what she thought and the way she said it was right from her heart its better then saying nothing at all. Im behind jill and all the duggars and, I didnt know much about mary other then she taught me like the rest of the family to learn to seek JESUS and ask him to come into my heart and take my hand and not let me get lost and everytime I sit and watch the duggars or the bates it make’s e stronger. When the duggars went off line TLC couldnt think let alone be me hurt me cryed 24/7, I love you all and, R.I.P. Mary and,Duggar Family thank you for helping to lead me to find love and be stronger for myself and follow, JESUS.. JimBob sorry but like jill say’s she will always be safe and not hurt anymore and now she is happy watching down on yall just remember the way she was those are the memories you want to hold… Love to all. GOD Bless, Always. Pamela Sue