Sunday, July 24, 2022

The End of the Road.

This is Sir Steve.

It is with a heavy heart that I need to let you all know that on Friday, July 22/22, at about 7:20am, Morningstar, AKA, Sheila, Passed away after her short battle with lung cancer.

I know that alot of you have followed her and became friends with her over the years. She enjoyed sharing her life with all of you.

So, I guess this will be the final post on her blog.

Thank you all for being there for her through this time. 

She will be missed by all of us.



  1. Thank you for making this post, Sir Steve. You must be feeling the loss heavily right now. I hope that you. Lil One, morningstar's children and grand children have wonderful memories to share of morningstar, both to help you all through the process of grieving and to remember her in the future. This feels strange to say of someone whom I have never met face to face, but morningstar's passing has left a hole in my world.


  2. I'm so sorry to hear this. She will be deeply missed. My deepest condolences.

  3. Thank you, Sir Steve, for sharing this very sad update. Morningstar was a pillar of our community and she will be missed. May her memory brighten your days.

  4. Thank you for sharing her with us, Sir Steve. She sure did love you and the 'Lil One. She was a really good soul. Prayers and love to you. Windy

  5. Anonymous12:16 pm

    Thank you, Sir Steve for letting us know. I think Spankedhortic's post said it best and describes how I feel. Wishing you, 'Lil One and her family peace and comfort at this time.

  6. Anonymous12:42 pm

    So sorry to hear this Sir Steve and thank you for letting us know. My heart goes out to you, the little one and her family. Reading her thoughtful and amusing blog posts has been almost a daily part of my world for so long I will really miss her. I cannot imagine how much harder it will be for all of you. She was much loved in our online community. Rest well Morningstar, shine bright as always.


  7. Anonymous2:13 pm

    I'm so sorry Sir Steve. She was an absolute star and the best person I have met yet. I am so sorry to hear that and wish you the best in your recovery from this loss.


  8. Midwest Reader3:09 pm

    I am so sorry for you and Little One. My strongest positive thoughts for you and your family in this time.

  9. Anonymous3:43 pm

    Steve: Sincere condolences to you and little one. May God help you both in your future journey.


  10. Thank you for letting us know. She was such an interesting woman and she was so great to share her life with us. I'm going to miss her. I'll continue to pray for you and the lil one.

  11. My condolences to you and little one. She will be remembered.

  12. Anonymous6:57 pm

    Thank you for letting everyone know. I have been following for a long time and this is the saddest news. She was devoted to you and her family as seen in her writing. She will be very much missed.

  13. I am so very sorry to hear this sad news, thank you for letting us know. I was a regular visitor and will miss her greatly.

    My thoughts are with you, Lil one and family at this time.she was a pillar of blogland and very much devoted to her family.

  14. Thank you for letting us all know. Our deepest condolences to you and the lil one and your whole family. Wishing you must peace and comfort during this time. ;(

  15. So sorry for your loss, I too have followed Morningstar's journey for many years and will miss her updates, she will be greatly missed both in blogland and IRL. Condolences to you Sir Steve and family.

  16. I was so sorry to hear the sad news. I loved stopping by here. Morningstar will be missed..

    My thoughts are with you, lil one and the rest of her family.


  17. My heart goes out to you, Steve, and your daughter. Morningstar was much loved by the spanking community. May her memory be a blessing.


  18. It takes a special person to think of all of us while you are suffering. Thank you for taking the time to allow us in as Morningstar so often did.

    It's difficult to believe she will no longer be around us any longer-

    You and your daughter are in our thoughts. May the memories you have created help you through this difficult time.

    willie 💕

  19. Sir Steve i am sending this from the UK. I have followed her blog for a littlewhile now with intrest. I am so sorry to hear of your loss and i hope the littleone copes. My thoughts are with you all. (Neil)

  20. I am so very very sorry to read this. I have followed her for years. I will keep you and your daughter, and her children in my prayers. :(


  21. I have lost morningstar now twice in my life, but this time it truly hurts so MUCH MORE than the first time. I am both happy and sad, happy she didn't suffer the pain through the treatments she was heading for and sad we won't be reading her blog/Sunday Sentiments forever more....

    she was a WONDERFUL person that anyone that met/knew her the pleasure of knowing, she IS going to be missed terribly !!!

    Until we meet again, enjoy your new journey ( which I know you have already started )....


    1. Anonymous9:45 pm

      My sympathies to you too, Morningstar’s first Sir. I know you had a long and complicated history, but I know this must be a terrible sadness for you.

  22. Sir Steve,
    I live in France and I've been reading Morningstar's blog for years. I loved the way she dealt with everyday problems, her strength and her wit. Condolences to you, Sir Steve. I very much hope you won't erase her blog, I'm sure many of us will enjoy reading it again.

  23. Anonymous7:25 am

    Thank you for this update. Bless you & the Lil one and Sheila's daughters and family. I have looked forward to reading her insights over many years. May God bless Morningstar in her next journey...


  24. Anonymous9:52 pm

    Dear Steve, Morningstar made you and your daughter vibrant people in the story of her life. And it was a story she told beautifully. She was a great and often courageous writer with a uniquely honest voice. Like most people writing here I never met her and she would have had no idea who I was, but I felt I knew her (at least in some ways) and will miss her. It’s hard to think this is the end of the journey.

  25. Anonymous2:58 pm

    I'm so sorry to read this. My condolences to you and the lil one. I've been reading Morningstar's blog for such a long time, I almost felt like I knew her personally. I'm going to miss peeking in on her life so very much.



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