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Journaling reads: Mom and Dad got married in a fever hotter than a pepper sprout! After only a 3 month whirlwind romance they said their I Do’s on 12/20/1954. It must have been true love because Dad ended up taking care of Mom when she developed Alzheimer’s disease. What an awful disease, even worse than cancer. He eventually had to put her in a special care facility. Even then he went to spend most of his day there with her. He fed her meals to her and bought his meals there. He took naps with her in the afternoon curled up on her hospital bed with her. He would leave for a few hours to do volunteer work at his church and then return. It broke his heart when he realized he could no longer care for her at home. He cried like a baby, but he knew it was what the Lord wanted because of how He worked things out for Dad to be able to bring her to the facility immediately instead of being on a waiting list forever! His health was declining, too, so he knew it was the right thing to do. As it turned out, Dad died on 03/03/03, almost 3 years before Mom passed away. I miss him a lot! But, the good news is that I know I will see him again someday! Thank You, LORD, for the hope of heaven!
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Heartfelt Add-on Kit by Vicki Robinson
Fonts: Rushlove Regular and Century Regular
Photo is mine
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Wow, there is so much love in this page. Not only the photo but also the journalig. This is a beuatiful and heartwarming page!
That is such a great photo! But it doesn't touch how wonderful your journaling is! And I agree...I don't know how I could have stood the death of my parents if I had not had the promise that they were in eternity and I would someday join them. Beautiful page!

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