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05-15-2007, 01:18 PM
Since memorial day is coming, I was thinking if I could say one last thing to someone that is gone, what would I say?
To my mother: I would tell her that she did the best job any mother could. I would say that she has wonderful children and grandchildren who are striving to make her proud and that we miss her and love her.
To my good friend L.S.: I would say that I wish you left the street life before it took you under. I would tell him that his children need him to guide them to a better way of life.
To my grandfather: I would say that my grandmother and all of us sure miss him. I would tell him how we miss the daily walks to the park and that his son (my father) looks and acts more like him everyday.
05-16-2007, 01:17 AM
To my Cousin: I'm sorry I was MIA for all those years. I should have tried harder to come see you. I Love You. You were my Best Friend. We had the best times when were together. I know you smiling down on me. Whatever I do I do i for you. I Love you lil one..... and I think you would have loved to spend your summer with me @ school. I'm gonna do my best to make you proud!!
To my Uncle Junior: My summers in Homer were the best!! I'm in College now and I'm doing good. I miss the old B&W TV watching the olympics LOL i think you were the only one who still had one that work. No one calls me Skeeter anymore but everytime I hear it I appreciate it!! Love you!!
To My Great Grandmother: I didn't know you like i wish i could have. But my mom is doing a good job rising me still. I keep telling her I'm grown...She believes be sometimes. She talks about how you were on my side back in the day..Thanks!! It means alot...I'm not mad at them anymore. I'm gonna make you proud!!!
05-16-2007, 03:52 PM
To my grandmother: I miss you, I miss you, I miss you. The last time I came home from college before you passed, I wish I wouldn't have been "too busy" to come see you. I thought you'd be here forever.
To my grandfather: I am sorry we lost touch as I got older. I am glad that we were in touch just before you left, and that you rallied for the GATORS in our last conversation.
To my good friend Tyron: You were my BOY! I am so glad summer employment brought us together. I think of you often. Thanks for pushing me into the Greek thing.
05-16-2007, 04:52 PM
My big brother: I'm sorry I was so consumed with college that I missed getting to know you even better as an adult. You were always one of the funniest people, period. I'm so glad I was able to open up and tell you that I honestly love you. Can I play in your hair now? I've always envied you for having all the Indian in the family show through your hair and not mine. :rolleyes:
My cousin: Please don't keep these secrets! It's what has always haunted our family. So, if you're sick, please know that helping you feel and get better helps, not hinders, the rest of us because we feel wonderful knowing that we could be there for you. Someone with a spirit and smile as beautiful as yours could never be a burden. Plus, I've always been a "straight but not narrow" supportive type. We can go to a Pride parade together. Just don't try to hook me up with any of your lesbian friends. I love you like a brother.
My youngest aunt: Someday, I hope I can be half of the woman that you are. You've always been known to have a beautiful, humble spirit to go along with your beautiful image. Even with this cancer attacking you and your body obviously in pain, you manage to still be positive and comfort us. How beautiful you are.
My maternal grandfather: I don't know how you and Ella did it. How did you raise 6 pretty cool kids with decent sense and wind up being the coolest branch on the family tree? You even stuck it out even though your mother traveled and broke up many of your siblings' marriages. Wow.... How did I get so lucky to be descended from you? Someone that everyone loves, admires, and completely respects. You even make my Daddy involuntarily speak in a quieter tone because he has that much respect for you. You are indeed a special man. Don't let the Alzheimer's bother you too much. It doesn't bother us at all because you are the same wonderful Robert you always have been. Such a blessing to all of us that makes us smile just sitting near you. I just wish you would come out the house more often. We would never feel an ounce of shame being out in public with you, no matter what you may think. We love you.
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