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July 21, 2018

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March 29, 2017
Rebecca, I am so very sorry for your loss. I only met your beautiful little boy once. He was about five years old at the time. You came to my mother's house in Springfield. You were a wonderful mother, and Forrest loved you very much. I remember laughing when he crawled onto your shoulders as you sat on the floor talking to my mother, Eula Emlet, and me. It was a special visit between "old buddies". I am praying for you as I write this email, praying that God will comfort you and ease your pain. I just found out about Forrest from my cousin, Sue Hale, who saw the obituary in the Springfield newspaper and saved it for me.
March 3, 2017
February 23, 2017
I think Forrest was about 8 or 9 the time he and Willis were at my house in the summertime. It was HOT and I was trying to give two bored boys something fun to do, so I offered them Bomb Pops. Forrest looked at me like I was crazy! I could see his mind racing "why would anyone on earth want a BOMB pop?" Willis happily said yes to the offer. Forrest watched tentatively and when he realized it was a sugary frozen confection his mind changed just like that. But for a second, I was certain he thought I was absolutely bonkers.