Jeremy my love,
I miss you each and every moment. We were the best of friends, the love of my life and soon to be my husband, Sept. 22, 2007. You called me Mrs. Packwood and said that we are already married in your heart and that the marriage certificate was just a piece of paper.
We met Dec. 21, 2006 and were inseperatable from the start. We seemed to have everything in common from our love for the outdoors to raising our children. We were also born the same year, exactly one month apart. Jeremy June 28, 1970 and Connie July 28, 1970.
We both liked to snow board and wake board. We spent time hiking, swimming, golfing, dining and the movies. We loved our date nights along with spending time with friends and family.
Jeremy was a devoted father and the boys went every where with us. There were Siemens Company events, Monterey Aquarium, Oakland Zoo, Manhattan Beach in LA, trips to the park, swimming/visiting at Grandparents and more. We were always on the go.
Jeremy and I wanted to help raise Taylor and Hayden playing sports and exeriencing the outdoor life that we loved. Hayden and I did the parent-tot swimming. Jeremy watched us and also Taylor in Tiny Tots.
I am also the soccer coach on Taylor's team. We spent all Summer at soccer clinics and our season is about to start. Plus, they loved going on simple hikes with us to often see deer, hawks and wild turkeys.
There's so much that we did along with just the simple things. Every night we would eat dinner together at the kitchen table, give the boys bubble baths, and I would read the boys a bed time story after daddy tucked them in and gave us all good night kisses.
Jeremy was also a friend and father to Amber and Marc. He was there with me to see Amber off to the Senior Ball, Senior Graduation Parties and Competitive Soccer Games. Amber just started College and is on the Soccer Team. We were looking forward to the first home game.
And Jeremy helped teach Marc to drive. They came home one time to tell me that Marc had gotten his first speeding ticket on his permit. Jeremy suggested that Marc should wait to tell me and Marc insisted. Saying that it's better to tell me upfront. Jeremy later told me that my kids know me all to well and that they love me.
Jeremy had once told me that we would get Amber and Marc through College, help raise Taylor and Hayden, and in the end, we would always have each other. Our lives had only just begun and in my heart, Jeremy was my husband.
There's so many found memmories. Please feel free to share and/or contact me. He was an incredible man with a beautiful heart. He touched mine so deeply and he will always be with me. I love you Jeremy, always and forever.