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Appreciation For John Robert Cooper By Linda Cooper

Hi Love, sorry didn't get round to this yesterday, Christmas Day, but I was at Mark and Emma's and then at work from one o'clock, not much time for anything but we had a good shift, no Christmas Dinner, hospital provided cardboard sandwiches and a bag of crisps, very exciting I must say.
The boys are all fine and their families, we have now got 6 great grand children and 11 grand children. They are all good. Almere was so excited, she sang me a Christmas song which would have made you laugh, " Last Christmas I gave you my Horse, This year I threw you away and gave it to someone special ", so funny, you would absolutely adore her she is very much like Mertie but more out going. She knows you are her grandad but doesn't understand why she never new you? She talks a lot about you and asks loads of questions.
Well love once again I will have a Christmas that is as good as it can be but it will never be as good as when we shared them together I miss you more than ever and wish you were here with me.
Love you loads and loads miss you, always thinking about you. Hugs and Kisses. All My Love Always. You Wife forever. Linda.
X Xxx xxx xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx.

Added on: 26 December 2019


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