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August 19, 2018

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March 21, 2018
Miss you so much.
January 2, 2018
In loving memory of Virgina Walton
I wanted to say that you were a wonderful aunt to me. I remember listening to tape recordings that you would send to us in Washington which always made me happy to listen to and then making recordings to send back. You always got the family together for holidays and reunions. I loved going to your house where we could play with our cousins and the dogs. I got to eat raspberries and plums and when we'd play ponies; I even ate grass. I loved picking worms in the dark for fishing, sitting on the swing watching the squirrels on the tree and learning how to groom dogs. I remember when you sent us out to the pine tree to collect sap so you could make us gum with the mint leaves from the garden and then ignoring us when we brought it all back to you. Later I learned that you tricked us into cleaning the sap from the tree and you couldn't make gum from pine sap. I loved when you made T-shirts and I always wanted one of the Elvis bell bottom outfits that you would make. I loved when you were surprised at something and would say I'm shocked! and I loved talking to you because you knew how to make us laugh! I hope you are back with your son and have the greatest dog grooming place, with the most colorful poodles ever! I am sorry that I cannot be there on your burial day but I know you're always with me. I miss and love you always.
January 2, 2018
January 2, 2018