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May 13, 2018
Today was a very sad day. Your uncle Ray went to see your Grandma. She said to him that I was just there visiting her. My heart broke when I heard that. He tried to explain to her where I actually was. Maybe that wasn't a good idea. Well, anyway, I went to look for something to watch on TV. I came across a movie I had watched two times before. It is the movie "Heaven Is For Real". Shortly after you passed, I found a bag in the closet with a book in it. Your father had bought it for me. I had a fit and yelled at him. Way too soon for such a story for me to read. Eventually I started reading it but stopped. Still, too much too soon! I miss you so much my Christopher... :(
But I am watching the movie again no matter how sad it makes me..
March 21, 2018
Are you stirring things up here again Christopher? All my shows were on all the wrong channels yesterday. I noticed the dog's disposition changed so I guess it was you. She'll never forget you biting her nose!
March 03, 2018
There was an article about a family losing a child on Yahoo. Someone made left the following comment and it went straight to my heart:

"A man dies, his wife is a widow. The opposite is termed a widower. When the parents die leaving the children, they are orphans. There is no word in any language for a parent who survives a child's death. It is unimaginable."

I answered his comment and said, "I would say the word should be "lost."
January 02, 2018
The weather all over is really bad for everyone. I will never forget the look on you face when I let you drive the Camaro to the bus stop. It was icy and snowy out, and where you needed to make a turn, there was a big rock. Still don't know why they didn't tie a tire to it in the community we were in. Well, you knew you were heading for the rock and turned 50 shades of white! I sat back and told you go straight instead, release the gas and pray we hit the bush at the end of the road. Fortunately, that didn't happen because they wasn't ice there because the sun hit it and it melted. I laughed at you and you got mad. It's still funny to this day!
Luv Ya
Momason
December 17, 2017
HBCCB!
November 11, 2017
I just started watching a movie and it was about someone passing away. They said, "Grieve their death but don't let it consume you."
What's odd about that is I still can't accept your death and it will forever consume me. When you died Chris, I did to. It's like I only simply exist but don't live. I guess no one will understand this except for my brother RAY.
October 28, 2017
I've been doing something on and off for awhile now. When I send an email for a certain group of contacts, I also are sending them to your email and Frank's. Not one person has noticed this or at least asked me why I did this or am I losing my mind! What's really funny is I haven't gotten back an error to both addresses saying it was undeliverable, which is what's suppose to happen. Makes me wonder.....
September 17, 2017
I finally understand what you were trying to tell me. I didn't need all that ice because we were all safe from Irma. Can't you just leave a sticky note on the freezer next time?
Love Momason
September 08, 2017
OK Christopher, stop turning the ice maker off! This is twice in 2 days and I'm trying to make extra ice for storm coolers! I know it's you, especially when Missy has a certain look on her face. She still remembers you bit her back on her nose when she was a puppy and nipped at your nose! Please, can I have a break from the pranks for a week or so, your making me crazy....
August 29, 2017
OK Chris, this is second time with the red onion disappearing. I know it was in the trunk where I put all the groceries. I went back today in the middle of a tropical storm just to get another. Again, put it in the trunk. I go to take the groceries out again and now I have 2 red onions. The first one from yesterday which I know I put in the trunk is sitting in the passenger area! Seriously, so I went online to see what a red onion symbolized and what you are trying to tell me and it said this: Best Answer: In ancient Egypt the onion was highly revered. The bulb symbolized the universe, while its layers represented the earth's layers and heaven. They actually took their oaths on an onion bulb. Are you trying to tell me what I think you are?
Love
Momason

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