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It's near Christmas again...and I still miss you more than ever. I know you're saying Mom, I'm fine, so wipe away your tears...I'm not far away, I'm everywhere.....and I will see you again!
You gave us all so many memories to keep in hearts forever. From climbing to the top of the monkeybars when just a little tike, to twirling somersults high off the diving board. Always the first to try something new and never wavering until it was accomplished. From hula dancing at our parties, singing with your cousins, and fishing with the family, you were the life of the party and will al...
I hope everything went good this weekend for the benefit. Sorry I could not make it home. I keep the family and dougie in my prayers always. I miss him very much.
Your memory lives on through your sister, brother-in-law, nephew & niece. They have the most wonderful stories & memories that they share. We wish lots of luck with the upcoming benefit.
Dougie, your friend Justin wrote on a plastic cup....nothing's the same without you and I couldn't have said it better. I light this candle in your memory and feel you in my heart, but I would give anything to hear your laugh and hug you once again! MIssing you so much, I love you, Mom.
I can still see you jumping off of my moms couch and landing into that split.. It amazed me everytime you did it, just never got old. There hasn't been a day that goes by that I dont look up at the sky and think of you. It makes me feel better knowing that you're up there watching over all of us and also knowing that I'll see you again someday.
I'll always remember our last time together (June 15, 2007). At the crack of dawn you rode with us to the Philadelphia airport. It was Mom, Noah, Lyla, you and I in the car. You were so tired from being out late the night before but went with us anyway. We parked, what seemed, miles from the terminal. I didn't think I was going to make the flight in time but we did. You gave me the last ...