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Appreciation For John Robert Cooper By Linda Cooper

2016, Happy New Year to my wonderful Husband where ever you may be, I Love you as much today as I always have and miss you more than words can say.
The boys are all fine, a little worried about Phillip though, he seems ok but is not interacting with anyone much, don't know if it is due to playing silly games on his computer but Christine is getting fed up as once again she has to do everything. Adam and Mark are fine, Mark took me out for a meal yesterday which was very nice, all our grand children are very well and doing well at school and work Steven did get engaged so that all went well.
Pauline and me went to Malta for a week which was really good we met some lovely people and they have so far kept intouch. Every thing changes John but not they way I feel about you and I so wish I could be with you right now or you with me.
I am about to go to work now, 12hrs a bit unfair but I guess it go with the job and always has, the ward is very busy as always no let up because of the festivities we have a mixture of elderly and young patients at present and it is quite heavy, I don't know how much longer I will be able to carry on but I will keep going as long as I can because I love it, Just like you loved your work and thats a priviledge to love what you do.
I have to go now Love, my lift will be here soon.
I love and miss you so much it hurts deep in my heart and sole, wish you were here to share things with me as we always did, All My Love Always and forever Linda X XXX XXX XXXXXXXXXXX XX kISSES FROM EVERYONE AND A SPECIAL ONE FROM X

Added on: 1 January 2016


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