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July 18, 2018

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April 2, 2018
My condolences to the family. Though time has passed since losing your loved one, may 1 Thessalonians 4:14 give you hope too see her again.
April 15, 2017
April 13, 2017
My beloved Wife. We were married in June 1976. 40 years and 9 months. You had two children and I had two then we had one together. We raised them as one family. And I think we did a good job. I'm still waiting to wake up from this bad dream. I Love you and Miss you so much. But I know you are in a better place. And I know we will be to gather again someday.
Arthur
April 15, 2017
Mom, I know I can not talk to you like we always have so today I talk because I miss you beyond words. I wish you were here to talk to me and tell me it's going to be okay like you have so many times. One more time to say thank you for all you taught me, gave me, and shared with me. One more time to say I love you and hear you say I love you to me, one more time of hearing you say my name like only you could, one more time of getting a call that weather is headed our way, one more day, one more hug, one more piece of advice, one more anything from you...I am selfish. I would have never been ready to let you go, Mom. I could have never prepared myself for what this is like. I think I must be in shock. Even though I was there I just can't believe you are not here, but then all the sudden I have moments where somewhere in me I know you have gone to be with the Lord and while I am so so very happy for you in those moments I also have a feeling of panic come over me and it is excruciating pain and I am heartbroken. I am so very happy for you because I know you are with Jesus, not suffering or in pain and have been healed and made whole and knowing you are in a far better place. In a place I can only imagine (for now) with Jesus, Maw, Mammy, Pappy, Granny, Uncle Billy, Gerald, and many others whom you loved and missed dearly. This is the hardest and the first thing I have ever gone through without you right by my side. I am so far just wondering around like I am in a daze and lost without you. It dawned on me the other day if Arthur did not love me and Michael like his own Michael and I would be adult orphans now. If y'all had not done such a good job blending this family and teaching us to love without seeing blood lines things would be a lot different right now for Michael and I. As I have always been thankful for Arthur I am even more thankful for him now. I do not know what I would do without him. Because of Arthur we are not orphans and because of Arthur we still have a parent to love and care for and a parent who loves and cares for us. I thank God for Arthur every few minutes at this point. With Maw, you, and my dad not here I have no words to describe what that feels like. All I know to do is pray and thank God for loaning me the two most wonderful ladies to be pivotal women in my life. You were not only my mom you were my bestest best friend whom I spent almost every day with and who loved me unconditionally and taught me to do the same. You were the one I told everything to and shared everything with. You filled my life and my children's life. No one will ever be able to take that place in my heart or life or in the lives of my children. I thank God that He shared you with me; with us. You are so special and unique and a gift. I miss you beyond words and look forward to the day I get to be with Jesus, You, Maw, Granny, and all of our loved ones in heaven.
Love Always and Forever,
Laura