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Appreciation For John Robert Cooper By Linda Cooper

Hi John,
Went out for your birthday with Mark and Emma but as always I was in trouble with Phillip, He was upset because he said I did not invite him and his family, as if I would do that. I thought I was going to Marks for dinner but Emma had other ideas and it got me into bother, as always it was my fault, every thing seems to be ok now. I was a bit upset with something Christine said Phillip had said to her, she told me that Phillip had said it has been the same all his life as we don't care about him, what do I say to that, surely he knows we love him jus as much as we do the other two, anyway don't know if I should ask him about it ,what do you think love?
I wish you were here to answer that,
I miss and love you more and more every day, my heart aches for you, the pain certainly does not get any less, if only I could be with you then and only then will I be happy and pain free again, safe in your arms forever.
Love you 2lb of sugar and more,
Your Wife for ever and ever, huggs kisses smiles and winks.
Linda. x xxx xxx xxxxxxxxxx x

Added on: 20 January 2013


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