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Saturday, October 6, 2007

Archive from October 06, 2007

Entry for October 06, 2007

The visitation for Mom was on Wednesday. The interment was the following day. Yesterday we drove Aunt Shirley back to Tennessee. Today we returned home.

Now we will begin thanking everyone for the prayers, help, and kindness. It truly has been overwhelming. Neighbors, co-workers, friends, family, and perfect strangers all provided support throughout all of this.

Death to me is as natural as birth. It is inevitable that someday we will all lose each other. My sadness comes from knowing Mom will never again answer the door when I knock.

I celebrate each moment of the life she gave me, and I celebrate each moment of the life she lived. A memory will kiss each remaining beat of my heart.

Thanks for listening, and thanks for being here.

James A. Zachary Jr.

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