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Appreciation For John Robert Cooper By Linda Cooper

Hello Love,
Well Christmas is over, the decorations as always looked really good, lots of memories came flooding back as I put them up and with them lots of tears.
Today is New Years Day, a new chapter in my very lonely life, I miss you more than ever and only wish we could be together, in life or death.
Some good news, Joe made the grade to get into the Army but may have to wait a year now for a place, you would be so proud of him he wored so hard, and when he passed his first thoughts were of you, he asked if you would be proud of him, punched the air and said thank you grandad, he said you were the only one who really believed in him, thank you Love for that.
Every one has had you in their hearts since you died, now they talk about you all the time, we have 10 lovely grand kids and 3 fantastic Sons and Daughter-in-Laws and we all love and miss you more than ever, if only you knew?
Dads not good now, We had to put him in a home last week which was heart breaking, but he was no longer save on his own and was constantly falling down and he also scalded himself quite badly. He seems to be ok though. Got to go now Love, Happy New Year, Huggs and Kisses, Love You Always and Forever, Linda, x xxx xxx xxxxxxxxxx

Added on: 1 January 2012


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