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October 8, 2014
Well Carol, Its almost another year over and I can't say that that I feel any different from the day you left us. I know how much you loved this time of year, as I do especially with
the kids at Halloween. I wish you could see the little Yorkie that was given to me and Joe for our 45th Anniversary by your girls, Ed and James. I was so surprised and in shock that they went an did all this for us. I love them all so much. This puppy has brought us joy. I think the girls feel that having the dog will stop me from thinking so much about what I can't change. I hope that you are with Mommy and Daddy up there. Someday we will all be together again. I love and miss you so much. Every time there is a situation that comes up I always wonder what you would do and that's where I also miss your advice. But I am trying my best. I miss and love you very much.
You were the best.
RIP
Love Always Betty
August 19, 2014
Hey Carol. Well its been 15 months since you left us and the feelings are the same as the day you left. I am sorry that I didn't write to you last month. As you know a lot has been going on. I was going to the dr for my heart, but now they say that I am alright. but who really knows. We are dealing with Dots sickness, but she is like you a fighter. It was good to see the family a few weeks ago. Kelly does keep in touch and lets me know what is going on.
I am leaving for Vermont with Catherine on Monday to meet up with Georgie. I know that if you were here, you would have come on this trip with us to see Mrs Borlin in the nursing home.The worst part for me is when I am around other people who still have a sister or two, that is when I really feel alone. You would always be by my side if were at a party and share a lot of laughs. This is when it really hits me. Your grandbabies are so beautiful. I feel happy when I do see them. Can't believe that Jayla is going to be 5 soon. I know you will be there in spirit for her party. Those kids are all a reflection of you.
I love and miss you so much. I keep waiting for your call still.
RIP
Betty
June 30, 2014
Well Carol,it is now 13 months since you left us and things have still not changed I miss you more than ever. I do my best to stay busy between working and with friends, but that empty feeling still remains. Hope that you are with Mom and Dad and all the other people who have left us,
I know you are watching over the family. You are the reason they are here. Love and will forever miss you

Betty
May 21, 2014
Hey Granny,

First I just want to apologize for how long it has taken me to write on here for you. I miss you so much and my keyboard is already being wet as my tears fall onto it. Mommy tells me all the time that I need to write on here because it is almost like I am talking to you. Well here I am at 1 am on a Monday night, one week after your 1 year anniversary; which I shouldn't even say it like that. Anniversaries are to be celebrated, and going on with life without you for a year is nothing to celebrate. But what I can celebrate is the 19 years I got to have you in my life. While I think about you every single day and wish that I could have had you for so much longer, I know that the time I did have with you will be treasured deep in my heart, where it doesn't ache for you of course.
So much has happened within the last year but hopefully I get build up the courage to write on here to you more often. I talk about you all of the time, not even exaggerating. I refer to your house as, well, your house. No offense to Pop but we were never going to “Pop-Pop's” house, it was always Grandma's house, and it always will be. Speaking of Pop, we all know he is computer-alliterate so he will most likely never make it to write on this “wall.” But he misses you Granny, he misses you so much. He is really doing great, stronger than any of us.
Mommy and Aunt Ro yearn for your so bad and to have you call them and talk about everything going on but they both hide their hurt so well for Me, Jim , Carissa, Jayla, and Jake. Aunt Betty, as you can see, writes on here every month. I promise I will write to you more often, hopefully as I write my eyes get less swollen and my sobs calm down, you always taught all of us that you can't count on anyone completely until you can count on yourself. I would love to sit here and just write all of your best qualities and admirable traits, but that is not what you would want. You never took enough credit for all that you did. God, I miss you so much. You know I promised myself that I wouldn't write this on here but I have pretty recently had my heart broken by, well you know. It sucks but I can honestly say it absolutely nothing to the ache and pain I feel when I think about you. I don't want this to be sad but you were just always a part of absolutely every big event in my life until this point—every birthday, dances, first day of school, both proms, High School graduation, and I want you to know how much I appreciated all of that and all that you ever did to me.
When Aunt Ro comes to visit we obviously always talk about you, usually the conversation starts with tears, and eventually those tears keep coming except they stream from our eyes as we crack up and go back and forth telling stories of you. There was never a dull moment with you Granny, and it didn't take much to make you happy. I know your always watching me, and I guess one can never really understand that until someone they love is taken away from them. I think about you every morning, every time I see a beach, every time I see a boat, I think about you before I go to sleep, not to be weird but I even think of you when I am in the shower. I have your pictures on my desk at school and I have the crystal-dangly-thing that you bought for me when I first got my car. It hangs right in my review mirror. It's only a diamond thing and a crystal but I feel like it's your way of being with me, especially when I am driving, and if I drive anything like mommy we all know I need the guidance (lol).
One Day we will meet again. One Day I will be telling my kids about you. I hope One Day that missing you becomes easier because while I think of you all the time, it is the missing you part that hurts. I can't explain it, it literally feels like there is a hole in my heart and sand in the back of my throat. But I know I'll see you One Day, until then keep watching us, all of us. If you promise to never fully leave me, I promise I will write on here forever to talk to you. “Oh Carol!” (lol) I love you Granny, and cheers to having you with me for 19 years.
Love always,
Your Mams
Hey Granny,

First I just want to apologize for how long it has taken me to write on here for you. I miss you so much and my keyboard is already being wet as my tears fall onto it. Mommy tells me all the time that I need to write on here because it is almost like I am talking to you. Well here I am at 1 am on a Monday night, one week after your 1 year anniversary; which I shouldn't even say it like that. Anniversaries are to be celebrated, and going on with life without you for a year is nothing to celebrate. But what I can celebrate is the 19 years I got to have you in my life. While I think about you every single day and wish that I could have had you for so much longer, I know that the time I did have with you will be treasured deep in my heart, where it doesn't ache for you of course.
So much has happened within the last year but hopefully I get build up the courage to write on here to you more often. I talk about you all of the time, not even exaggerating. I refer to your house as, well, your house. No offense to Pop but we were never going to “Pop-Pop's” house, it was always Grandma's house, and it always will be. Speaking of Pop, we all know he is computer-alliterate so he will most likely never make it to write on this “wall.” But he misses you Granny, he misses you so much. He is really doing great, stronger than any of us.
Mommy and Aunt Ro yearn for your so bad and to have you call them and talk about everything going on but they both hide their hurt so well for Me, Jim , Carissa, Jayla, and Jake. Aunt Betty, as you can see, writes on here every month. I promise I will write to you more often, hopefully as I write my eyes get less swollen and my sobs calm down, you always taught all of us that you can't count on anyone completely until you can count on yourself. I would love to sit here and just write all of your best qualities and admirable traits, but that is not what you would want. You never took enough credit for all that you did. God, I miss you so much. You know I promised myself that I wouldn't write this on here but I have pretty recently had my heart broken by, well you know. It sucks but I can honestly say it absolutely nothing to the ache and pain I feel when I think about you. I don't want this to be sad but you were just always a part of absolutely every big event in my life until this point—every birthday, dances, first day of school, both proms, High School graduation, and I want you to know how much I appreciated all of that and all that you ever did to me.
When Aunt Ro comes to visit we obviously always talk about you, usually the conversation starts with tears, and eventually those tears keep coming except they stream from our eyes as we crack up and go back and forth telling stories of you. There was never a dull moment with you Granny, and it didn't take much to make you happy. I know your always watching me, and I guess one can never really understand that until someone they love is taken away from them. I think about you every morning, every time I see a beach, every time I see a boat, I think about you before I go to sleep, not to be weird but I even think of you when I am in the shower. I have your pictures on my desk at school and I have the crystal-dangly-thing that you bought for me when I first got my car. It hangs right in my review mirror. It's only a diamond thing and a crystal but I feel like it's your way of being with me, especially when I am driving, and if I drive anything like mommy we all know I need the guidance (lol).
One Day we will meet again. One Day I will be telling my kids about you. I hope One Day that missing you becomes easier because while I think of you all the time, it is the missing you part that hurts. I can't explain it, it literally feels like there is a hole in my heart and sand in the back of my throat. But I know I'll see you One Day, until then keep watching us, all of us. If you promise to never fully leave me, I promise I will write on here forever to talk to you. “Oh Carol!” (lol) I love you Granny, and cheers to having you with me for 19 years.
Love always,
Your Mams
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