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19 August 2018

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October 1, 2017
Dear Nan. I miss our weekly visits and watching Tipping Point and the Chase. I miss the way you and Lorraine had the same discussions in Tesco. I am glad you got to meet your Great Grand Children including my Tom, Dan and little Holly-Amber. Don't worry madam will be in your favourite pinkest dress tomorrow to say goodbye. Sleep tight now you are with the Love of your life. All our Love Nicole, Richard, Thomas, Daniel and Holly-Amber ♡♡♡♡
September 25, 2017
Me and my grandma on my lone adventure to Banbury. I felt so cool that we were on the front page of the paper together. Thanks again for the best summer ever and all the memories. LOVE YOU!
September 25, 2017
When I was ten years old I got to spend the entire summer in England with my grandma. Just her and I. No parents or siblings. Yeah, I felt super cool. My job each morning was to change the date on this little calendar thing she had. I prided myself on this little task. A few years ago she asked what I wanted when she passed. I told that calendar thing was all I wanted as it reminded me of the best summer I've ever had. I mean, I even made the front page of the Banbury Guardian that summer! She took me up north to meet more of my family and man did she spoil me rotten that summer! I continued to see her almost every summer until life just happened. Crohns disease, medical cost, etc... just made it harder and harder to get across the pond. As much as I regret not seeing her for about 9 years I have a lifetime of memories with her. You will be missed by many grandma. Love you always.

Becky
September 22, 2017