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October 16, 2018

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November 17, 2017
November 17, 2017
Aunt Debbie! You have been the best Aunt that I could have ever asked for. My most treasured memories of you are when you used to babysit for me and Mark when we were growing up. My favorite memory is when grandpa took us up to lake Tahoe(listening to "North to Alaska" all the way there. Remember the time when we went camping and uncle Joe brought his favorite AX( Jason). I locked myself in the bathroom and uncle Joe had to AX the door down...lol. There aren't many childhood memories that you are not in. One time, when Mark, Aunt Debbie, and I used to take walks down cross street near the beautiful Victorian homes. I used to love to pic the pretty flowers, until aunt Debbie and Mark told me that picmooking flowers is like stealing. They told me that if I didn't stop taking the flowers, the police will come and arrest me for stealing(petty) theft. I never picked another flower, and I spent the next two days waiting for the police to come get me...lol. Aunt Debbie was unique, and irreplaceable. Aunt Debbie was child like, in so many ways,which is why I used to have so much fun with her. She enjoyed acting goofy like a child, but she was responsible when necessary. Life is too short to be serious all the time. With so much negativity in this world, Aunt Debbie did her best to keep positive. The look on her face while holding my baby girl(pictured above) in davis birthing center was priceless. She loved babies and Children and it showed through her beautiful bright smile that was always evident on her face. Thank You Aunt Debbie for everything! I love you forever!
November 15, 2017
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