Heather Lynne Williamson
May 21, 1976 - April 19, 1999
Heather holding Kiven with mom Linda, at Outback.
from my dear friend, Carol, mom to Angel Michael.
In Loving Memory of Heather Lynne Williamson
I am writing you this letter from Earth to Heaven,
to tell you that I am so very happy that God gave you to me
as my daughter for twenty-two years.
I am proud that I was your "Mommy,"
as you used to call me, for those twenty-two years.
You were a sweet, caring, kind, beautiful,
loving daughter and my "Best Friend,"
who I loved dearly,
and miss more than words can ever say!
You were everything to me!
I will always carry your memory in my heart,
and I will Love You Forever,
my darling Heather Lynne.
Jesus left Footprints in the sand,
You, my darling, left your Heartprints of Love,
in each of our hearts forever.
We shall never forget those big gorgeous eyes of yours,
We shall never forget that beautiful smile you always wore,
We shall never forget those lovely hands of yours,
We shall never forget that laughter of yours,
We shall never forget your zest for life
We shall never forget the Love,
that you showered on all of us,
your sons, mommy, grandparents, brother, family,
friends, co-worker, and Teddy.
We all Love you, dearly,
and miss you so very much my darling.
You will not be forgotten as you left your footprints
in our hearts, our minds,
and in all of our golden memories of you.
sweet caring young woman in life,
who embraced life to the fullest! Nowhere did she travel
that she ever met a stranger! She was always smiling,
laughing, dancing, joking with others. She was like
a breath of fresh air! If you were upset, or hurting,
she could smile at you,
and brighten up your world in seconds.
She was such a happy person
with such gorgeous eyes that saw the world
so differently than we did!
She did not see the bad in people
only the good.
She loved everyone; people/children of all ages,
loved animals of all kinds,
during her life we had birds, cats,
puppies/dogs, hamsters, fish...
Her personality was so bubbly,
and her laughter was so refreshing as she would laugh,
and the laugh would actually re-echo back to your ear sounding like music.
She loved her family;
her baby son Kiven,
Xaxier, her older son,
Mom, her brother Mike,
and her grandparents dearly,
and her special friend Teddy.
She loved her friends dearly
especially; Jamie, Chastidy, Joanna and Donnell.
as I loved her dearly.
I am very proud to have been her Mother.
There were some rough times in our life together,
but we managed to grow and overcome those times.
She went to Puerto Rico,
a very young woman without responsibilities,
but she grew into a very sweet, loving woman
that became her own woman
with responsibilities and values. She learned to save money,
how to cook, how to fend for herself without relying on Mom's help.
she is the one wearing sunglasses here.
Just like a beautiful, long-stemmed rose,
Her precious memory grows and grows,
Touching the hearts of all of those she loved.
And like the fragrance of that same rose,
Her love, so sweet, still flows and flows,
Filling our lives with a warmth that shows she's there.
So like the forever-blooming rose,
The beauty she shared eternally glows,
For deep in our hearts, each of us knows
A million times we've needed you,
A million times we've cried.
If love alone could've saved you,
You never would have died.
In life we loved you dearly,
In death we love you still.
In our hearts you hold a place,
No one else will ever fill.
It broke our hearts to lose you,
But you didn't go alone.
Part of us went with you,
The day God took you home.
~ Author Unknown
when he was just a couple days old, in Isle Verde, Puerto Rico.
Kiven is on the left, and Xavier is on the right.
In Loving Memory of Heather Lynne Williamson
Your beautiful son Xavier and baby Kiven
look for you and wonder
where "Mommy" has gone.
They do not know, they really are just too young
to fully understand about your death.
They know that you were their "Mommy,"
and you are no longer here,
but they hold you tight in their memories,
and they Love You, more than words can say!
So silently, they blow "Babies Kisses"
in the air for "Mommy,"
wherever she is.
By Heather's Mommy
They are with Samie's 1-year-old son Raymond.
This is the last picture I have of my grandsons,
taken in Puerto Rico, 2002.
Everytime I am at your ANGEL'S site,
read her story,
look at those faces of your Grandsons,
it for sure tugs at my heart.
But I have to believe she watches over all of you,
and keeps you safe.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANGEL HEATHER
GEOFFREY P. EDWARDS
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