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Appreciation For John Robert Cooper By Linda Cooper

Hi again Love,
Just forgot to tell you Alaric came over and brought me a lovely book of his images, a mixture of scenary, flowers, wildlife they are really good.
Oh finally spoke to Cathy, she was a patient upstairs, had a knee replacement, as you said she made your illness and subsequent death all about her, how she missed out and had lots of things to talk to you about, just had to remind her that it was your decision, she was ok in the end.
Grahem, Adams mate came up with his girlfriend, nice girl, it was lovely to see them, Grahem talked to Adam a lot about you and said what a great person you were, but we all know that don't we.
Christine has turned out to be a lovely daughter as we knew she would, she is very helpful to me, Abbie,(tink), is growing up a lot, she will be 13 this year, Becky,(mertie), is as quiet as ever and you would just love Jack to bits, he such a happy little thing, so very much a boy into everything, so much energy.
Callum is 12 this year, at comp now, doing well, into computer games big style at the moment and also into stunt scootering. Ellie,(piglet), is so sweet and bossy and going on 90 instead of 5 in a few days, she is at school full time now and hates it when she has to come home at the end of the day.
Liam leaves school this year and has no clue what he wants to do, Little Adam, who is not so little now, did not join the Navy after all, he said he was doing it for everyone else so backed out at the last minuet.
Steven as always came on Christmas Day and stayed for a few days, he is such a good lad, he talked about you a lot and had a few tears but said you had made him the person he is today,
Love you loads and loads, forever yours, Linda

Added on: 1 January 2012


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