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September 30, 2015
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
May 01, 2015
Hello, I just wanted to again thank both Coach Hodges and Melissa Wilson for coming to my house last night and supporting me for my loss. It really meant the world to me. I am still in shock and finding it very hard to believe that my wonderful mother is no longer here. A good portion of my relatives think we are playing a nasty April fools joke. When I found her laying on her face on the concrete of my backyard, everything stopped and I lost control of myself. I knew she was dead, because she was purple and completely lifeless. But the spiritual part of me kept telling me that she would be able to be rehabilitated. We do not know what really happened yet, but I know that she died in the place she loved to be. She was always in the backyard listening to music off her ipod or the radio. She loved music with all her heart; there wasn't a day that went by when she didn't jam out. :) We just moved to Watson and she had everything she could ever want. She wanted a big house, she wanted to live on a cul de sac, she wanted a lake, she wanted a nice backyard... She had it all!!! We were a team of three (my parents and I) and we always laughed and smiled and had so much fun together. Although my father and I have immediately decided to move on, we will never have as much fun as we did with my mother. Even though she is not here, I still love her and I know that wherever her spirit is, she would want us to be happy and do just what we are doing right now. What we feel, she feels. She isn't here, but I am purely a part of her. And I am proud to say that she was the best mother on the planet. I cant thank her enough for the wonderful things she has done for me and my father. She was a women of love and joy and she loved us dearly. I am thankful for everything I have including a wonderful education and school filled with beautiful, inspiring people who care for others. Tell all my teachers I said thank you. Live Oak is one of the best schools I have been to. I wish there were more people like the individuals at Live Oak. I have an absolute respect for all of you. THANK YOU. Again, your courtesy towards me yesterday was truly heartfelt. I cant say thank you enough. Whatever is ahead of me is very unpredicted, but a lot of things will be changing. I will always keep my head up and will stay strong. I am very thankful for having the ability to do all the amazing things I did with my mother. It saddens me that she will not be able to watch me grow into a bigger and better person later on in life. But just because she cant see me doesn't mean she cant feel what I feel. And this family feels everything TOGETHER!

This is all very hard to accept; it really does feel like an April fools joke. I keep thinking I am going to hear her voice down the hallway, I keep thinking she is going to walk in the door, I keep telling myself she will be okay and come home. I have no idea when reality is going to kick in, but when it does I will contain myself and continue being the best person I know I can be!

Once again, I appreciate everything!

This is a copyrighted quote by one of my mother's beautiful friends Kate Bares-Cochrun:
"Life is happening FOR you, not TO you."

I am a Buddhist and both my mother and I loved practicing the White Light Meditation:
"I am infused and surrounded by the white light of God. I am safe and protected. No harm can come to me. No energy can hurt me. I am good. I am valuable. I am love."
Please take a moment of silence for my beautiful, outstanding, courageous, intellectual, and privileged mother who loved everyone and loved being herself.
May 01, 2015
Hello, I just wanted to again thank both Coach Hodges and Melissa Wilson for coming to my house last night and supporting me for my loss. It really meant the world to me. I am still in shock and finding it very hard to believe that my wonderful mother is no longer here. A good portion of my relatives think we are playing a nasty April fools joke. When I found her laying on her face on the concrete of my backyard, everything stopped and I lost control of myself. I knew she was dead, because she was purple and completely lifeless. But the spiritual part of me kept telling me that she would be able to be rehabilitated. We do not know what really happened yet, but I know that she died in the place she loved to be. She was always in the backyard listening to music off her ipod or the radio. She loved music with all her heart; there wasn't a day that went by when she didn't jam out. :) We just moved to Watson and she had everything she could ever want. She wanted a big house, she wanted to live on a cul de sac, she wanted a lake, she wanted a nice backyard... She had it all!!! We were a team of three (my parents and I) and we always laughed and smiled and had so much fun together. Although my father and I have immediately decided to move on, we will never have as much fun as we did with my mother. Even though she is not here, I still love her and I know that wherever her spirit is, she would want us to be happy and do just what we are doing right now. What we feel, she feels. She isn't here, but I am purely a part of her. And I am proud to say that she was the best mother on the planet. I cant thank her enough for the wonderful things she has done for me and my father. She was a women of love and joy and she loved us dearly. I am thankful for everything I have including a wonderful education and school filled with beautiful, inspiring people who care for others. Tell all my teachers I said thank you. Live Oak is one of the best schools I have been to. I wish there were more people like the individuals at Live Oak. I have an absolute respect for all of you. THANK YOU. Again, your courtesy towards me yesterday was truly heartfelt. I cant say thank you enough. Whatever is ahead of me is very unpredicted, but a lot of things will be changing. I will always keep my head up and will stay strong. I am very thankful for having the ability to do all the amazing things I did with my mother. It saddens me that she will not be able to watch me grow into a bigger and better person later on in life. But just because she cant see me doesn't mean she cant feel what I feel. And this family feels everything TOGETHER!

This is all very hard to accept; it really does feel like an April fools joke. I keep thinking I am going to hear her voice down the hallway, I keep thinking she is going to walk in the door, I keep telling myself she will be okay and come home. I have no idea when reality is going to kick in, but when it does I will contain myself and continue being the best person I know I can be!

Once again, I appreciate everything!

This is a copyrighted quote by one of my mother's beautiful friends Kate Bares-Cochrun:
"Life is happening FOR you, not TO you."

I am a Buddhist and both my mother and I loved practicing the White Light Meditation:
"I am infused and surrounded by the white light of God. I am safe and protected. No harm can come to me. No energy can hurt me. I am good. I am valuable. I am love."
Please take a moment of silence for my beautiful, outstanding, courageous, intellectual, and privileged mother who loved everyone and loved being herself.
April 30, 2015
Haven"t seen r heard from georgia in a while and was shocked to here the news.Mike I am sorry for your lose .She will be missed dearly.
April 20, 2015
We would like to offer our sincere sympathy to you, Jeanie, and to Georgie's entire family.
She indeed meant a lot to many people in many different ways.
Our fondest memories of Georgie go back to the days of the social events and play dates that we and our girls shared.
Then there were the babysitting duties that she assumed for us.
We remember how very proud you were of her when she topped her graduating class at Southeastern.
There will definitely be a void in a lot of lives because she's gone.
With love and support, Veleda, Chris, Andrea, and Stephanie
April 12, 2015
Michael & family. I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts & prayers are with y'all at this difficult time.
April 08, 2015
MAY THIS PERTUAL LIGHT SHINE UPON YOU AS YOU ENTER THE GATES OF HEAVEN. MAY YOU R.I.P. AND REJOICE WITH YOUR LOVED ONES YOU REJOUN THROUGH YOUR NEW LIFE. AMEN
April 08, 2015
Thoughts and prayers to all the family from all of our family. Leeny and Pat Faucheux (Laplace, LA)
April 06, 2015
Babydoll, you were in my heart before I was born. You are the part of me that shines brightest.
All the love I had all the love I will ever have will be yours. I will dream of you tonight just like I have dreamt of you fifteen years ago.
You cannot possible leave me because you and I will always be one.
Like I've told you before I will always say, "I love you, no matter what!"

Your ever loving husband,

Michael Duhe`

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