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August 24, 1982
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I still can't believe my baby sister is gone. Our little "Heather Feather." Such a happy, goofy, beautiful young woman. I wish there was something I could have done to protect my little sister from what happened. I'm sure where she is now, she doesn't see it that way and is absolutely happy, at peace and without any pain or suffering. But I would give anything for even one more second with her. A chance to say goodbye. One more chance tell her how much I really DO love her. One more of those hugs we all know only Heather could give. Just ONE more look into those big beautiful brown eyes that captivated everyone she ever met. One more chance to sit with her and make silly faces at each other until we laugh so hard it hurts. One more chance to remind her just how thankful we are that she, with her huge heart and love for family, gave us the most amazing gift any person can give, our little Tirzah Willow. I know I will get the chance to do all of that one day. Until then Heather... you will stay alive, here on Earth, in the hearts of every single person who had the privilege of meeting you, in the eyes of your beautiful babies, Jedidiah and Tirzah, in the memories of you that we will share every single day within our family and with everyone we meet. We know that you've gone home but you will never truly leave.