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Of everything Emily loved, music and dancing were on the top of her list. On Wednesday afternoon at 3:20, she began dancing and singing in heaven, never to be out of breath, never to stumble again.

Those last few hours were so difficult for us. We tried to embrace her last words of comfort to us, but it was so hard to let her go. What perfect peace enveloped her as she passed. Through it all, the good times and not so good, I would not have traded it for the world. I feel blessed that she was such a major part of our lives.

Thank you all for your love and support and for always being here for me. I will pop in now and then to keep in touch.

Love to all,
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My deepest sympathy Angel. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
You have given so many here much love and support, I sure hope you keep posting. The grieving process is so different for everyone, yet so much of it is the same.
For me, I am grieving my loss, and my loved ones are still with me.
Take the time you need Angel, and although your loved one has passed, you still have much to offer here.
Hugs dear friend,
Thank you Robin for your kind words.

This is the hardest thing my husband and I have ever gone through. My Dad's passing was very difficult, but this is unreal. We don't know what to do when we get home. We can't put her things away yet. Her room is as she left it. I go in there and sit and touch her things and just sob. I keep waking up during the night and all I can see is her tender face and then I realize she's gone. I know I did my share of complaining, but I'd give anything to have her back. This is hard. I know in my heart that she was ready to die. Her last words to me were "I'm going to die, but I don't want this to get you down". She was full of excitement and my heart was just breaking.

I treasure every good and not so good moment I had with her for the last 18 months.

Thanks again Robin. You hang in there girl.


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