ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Betty(sissy) Long 49 years old , born on May 23, 1959 and passed away on February 3, 2009. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Heather Castleman on February 3, 2017
Mom I love you so much your in everything I do and I promise my babies will know just how amazing and strong you were I need a lil of your strength right now as I go on to press charges on Charlie mom you know the truth I'm sure god told you I hate that non of the family has my back it hurts even more that my brother he said a lot of crap and is listening to bs rumors you know the truth and so does God so yea it hurts but I'm better off. Living without u these last 8 years isn't easy but mom I am trying to stay strong and be the giving and loving you showed me to be but hate is filling my heart for this monster I need help getting thru and forgiving I love and miss you see you on the other side day hi to grandma and honor

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Posted by Heather Castleman on February 3, 2017
Mom I love you so much your in everything I do and I promise my babies will know just how amazing and strong you were I need a lil of your strength right now as I go on to press charges on Charlie mom you know the truth I'm sure god told you I hate that non of the family has my back it hurts even more that my brother he said a lot of crap and is listening to bs rumors you know the truth and so does God so yea it hurts but I'm better off. Living without u these last 8 years isn't easy but mom I am trying to stay strong and be the giving and loving you showed me to be but hate is filling my heart for this monster I need help getting thru and forgiving I love and miss you see you on the other side day hi to grandma and honor
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Shared by Heather Castleman on February 3, 2017

Mom remember the week before you passed I wanted to smoke a cigarette and was super stressed you were fading fast but still ok at this point couldn't walk but you told me you'd watch Emily so I could take a breather I was hesitant but knew we both needed this and I put her in your arms stood there soaking in this moment knowing soon I'd never me given the blessing of this sight again you loozed at me and said I'm fine heather go let me get to know her a little so I walked out the front door and ran to your bedroom window and I herd everything you told my baby girl I only wish she was old enough to remember you weren't a horrible mom you did the best you could with what you were given and I forgive you with all my heart I do and momma your welcome.  Rip no more pain