Oh My Gawd Sodagirl!
June 11th, 1999.

June 11, 2006

I feel your tiny lips in a gentle breeze. I see your tiny face in a beautiful flower. I wonder what you’d look like today. Would your hair be long? Would I be helping you ride a bike without the training wheels? Would you have freckles spattering your nose? Would pink be your favorite color? Or maybe blue? Would you giggle over my silly jokes? So many unanswered questions left with your sweet memory.


To my daughter Angela, you would be seven years old today had you been able to stay with us. But you were needed elsewhere and we had no choice but to say goodbye. Not forever though. Someday I will see you again and thank you for watching down on us and remind you of how much I love you. Although some have seemingly forgotten you and your exsistance on this earth, I never will. I think of you often and today will be my day to take out your few, precious keepsakes and hold them close to me. Rest well my sweet girl. Mommy loves you.

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9 Responses to “June 11th, 1999.”

  1. This is beautiful sweetheart….. I will call you later today.
    Love you,
    Karen

  2. I’m not sure what to say without it sounding contrived. Your post really touched me. Hugs.

  3. That is such a sweet and beautiful post.

  4. Sending you hugs…

  5. Hugs

  6. I feel your pain hun. Today would have made my mom 62 yrs old.

    Big hugs to you hun!
    Roses

  7. Hugs to you.

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