Johnna Stahl’s Blog Memorial

Hi everyone. Today we celebrate our fellow blogger and friend Johnna Stahl’s life. Johnna’s loved ones held a memorial for her Friday in Houston. Johnna’s sister, Mary shared these beautiful videos of Johnna’s photography, memorial and family photos. She asked me to share them with the blogging community. Please feel free to share any memories you have of Johnna aka painkills2 from the All Things Chronic blog in the comments. Feel free to also share poems, quotes, music and/or general comments. Johnna will be missed by many.


I’m so glad I had the pleasure of meeting her last July in Albuquerque. She was very nice and fun to talk to in person and via e-mail. Johnna was a huge supporter of my blog and writing career. She encouraged me to start writing my book and continue freelance writing after a five-year break. Although I haven’t finished the book yet, I intend to finish it later this year or in early 2018. I can’t say enough good things about her.  Johnna suffered from chronic pain for many years. In order to forget about it for a little while, she often listened to music, baked and took pictures.  Johnna although you are gone, you will never be forgotten by many. ❤



Poem, graphic on behalf of Johnna’s sister, Mary.


Photos from Pinterest, Google Search



  1. So sorry to hear. I briefly assisted her with medicine; she was deeply disillusioned with the dispensaries in Alb. Glad to know I was able to help alleviate some pain.

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  2. I just wanted to say Thank You for doing this.

    Clearly she was loved and she is missed. So thank you for hosting this memorial for her and allowing us to all come together and share memories and connections.

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  3. I’m so sorry for your loss. I think about her all of the time. She was a great friend to me too. I’m happy I met her in Albuquerque last year. Every time I see the numbers 420, I especially think of her. Thank you for your comment.

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  4. Johnna was my dear friend. She was selfless in her support of fellow friends and bloggers. She was right beside me after a close blogging friend committed suicide last year. She stayed up all night, giving me support, working with me and walking beside me through my shock and grief. She was my friend. I loved her. And I will miss her tremendously. She made an impact on my life that will last forever. She was important to me and I will never forget her. But with each walk or photo I take, I will keep her close beside me. Always

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  5. I’m so very sad to hear of her death. I enjoyed her blog very much, her pictures, her comments on my posts. I had been wondering why she hadn’t been in my feed lately… so very sad to hear of her passing.

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