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  1. #11
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    Farewell Dear Heather

    i am so sorry for your lost i know the feeling i lost my son in oct 5 2011 he was 18 he fought hard to graduate and be as normal as he could be my love and prayer goes out to u and your family

  2. #12
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    Farewell Dear Heather

    i am so sorry for your lost i know the feeling i lost my son in oct 5 2011 he was 18 he fought hard to graduate and be as normal as he could be my love and prayer goes out to u and your family

  3. #13
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    Farewell Dear Heather

    Sorry for your loss.
    May she Rest in Peace & may she be in the embrace of The Lord.

  4. #14
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    Farewell Dear Heather

    Sorry for your loss.
    May she Rest in Peace & may she be in the embrace of The Lord.

  5. #15
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    It has been exactly one year ago today since Heather left. Her life was commemorated today by a beginning of her Bucket List. A school friend of hers and I went to jump out of an airplane at 12,500 ft with a tandem instructor in the morning, something Heather said over and over again that she wanted me to take her on. We both had a great time, and could hear Heather laughing all the way out of the sky. Tonight there is a small family and friends BBQ at her doctor's home. I did my remembering in the afternoon, taking her favourite Caramel Silk frozen coffee up to the cemetery at 230, the time she passed on. For some reason she loved a crazy song called 'Toes' by the Zac Brown Band, so I found it on YouTube on my iPhone, and placed it on her headstone. We have gone through all the 'firsts', the birthdays, Valentines, Mother's Day, and now she has been gone more than a year. Ouch...

    Out of the sadness, I have gained a wonderful nine-year-old god-daughter in Mackinzie. We do many things together; I teach her guitar lessons, we do her homework, go for burgers, and yesterday I taught her how to pack a parachute. She has become the light of my life, smart and giving like her mother. I'm already saving for the future orthodontics. Wait till she finds out that I bought us tickets to see Justin Bieber live from the 25th row in front of the stage in October. Her head may explode. My silver lining in the grey clouds.

    And on into the second year of challenge and remembering...

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