ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kay Black, 68 years old, born on December 27, 1941, and passed away on February 27, 2010. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Aspen Packard on April 4, 2012
I finnaly got what I've been praying for! Grammy came in my dreams! She came to my school to eat lunch with me! She was so excited to see me. I missed her so much. There's one sad part though, every dream comes to an end.
Posted by Aspen Packard on April 4, 2012
Dear Grammy,
I miss you, I miss my Grandpa too! I know your in heaven, you passed away when I was seven. Before the cancer, I remember your beatiful blond hair, and the way you held me with such sweet care. Without you I feel adrift, I remember my very last gift. It's so unfair my heart is torn. Yes, I miss you and my grandpa too.
Posted by Aspen Packard on March 11, 2012
Sometimes, I even see Grammy and God holding hands, walking in the clouds. I can't wait until I go to heaven. Maybe we could all hold hands. Grammy, God, and me. I would LOVE that. But I'll just have to wait until god wants me with him. He's probably really busy.
Posted by Lyndal Black on March 9, 2012
your grand, as you called her, was a beautiful person both inside and out --there will never be another lady like kay {wilson] black-- she loved you very much-- so does pop --lyndal
Posted by Gayle Robison on March 9, 2012
How can I tell you how much I loved my sister Kay. Their is just something special in a sisters love. She was the sweetest person ever. She was so much like our Mom, always thinking of others and their needs . Kay loved her girls and grand-kids so very much. I just wish we could have had more time with her. She left us way to soon, but we will be together again someday.
Posted by Aspen Packard on March 8, 2012
I was only eight when it happend. IT'S SO UNFAIR! Why my grandma? Well, I've been talking with God, and I think he wanted her up their with him. It happend right before my birthday- March. It happend to my step grandpa to. I HATE CANCER! One of these days, I'm going to find a treatment for it because that's how my great grandma died too- and I never even got to meet her. I miss you grammy!

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Posted by Aspen Packard on April 4, 2012
I finnaly got what I've been praying for! Grammy came in my dreams! She came to my school to eat lunch with me! She was so excited to see me. I missed her so much. There's one sad part though, every dream comes to an end.
Posted by Aspen Packard on April 4, 2012
Dear Grammy,
I miss you, I miss my Grandpa too! I know your in heaven, you passed away when I was seven. Before the cancer, I remember your beatiful blond hair, and the way you held me with such sweet care. Without you I feel adrift, I remember my very last gift. It's so unfair my heart is torn. Yes, I miss you and my grandpa too.
Posted by Aspen Packard on March 11, 2012
Sometimes, I even see Grammy and God holding hands, walking in the clouds. I can't wait until I go to heaven. Maybe we could all hold hands. Grammy, God, and me. I would LOVE that. But I'll just have to wait until god wants me with him. He's probably really busy.
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The Sunflower

Shared by Aspen Packard on April 19, 2012

There's one thing I will always remember. Two things. One, before the cancer, I remember asking Grammy her favorite color. I held her hand. Laying right next to her. Yellow, Grammy said. I barley could hear her. That's one of the last things I heard her say. "Yellow." Well, I've always kept yellow in my mind. At her funeral I got to pick one flower out of a bunch of flowers my mom bought for Grammy. I picked the flower that was the most brilliant. The bright YELLOW sunflower. Right before they put the casket in grammy's grave, I placed the yellow sunflower on her casket. Right in the middle. I couldn't cry. What's the point! She's in the best place anyone could go. Why should you be sad. Your not saying bye to Grammy, your saying see you later, in the future. God doesn't want us to cry. I can't say I'm perfect though. I cry everyday.

MacDonalds

Shared by Aspen Packard on March 8, 2012

    When my sister and I were little, we would ALWAYS want to eat at McDonalds for lunch! My grandma loved us so much she'd take us there, even if she didn't want to eat there.

Now in Texas, there are cows everywhere! Not cows that are real and go moooo- no, cows that are statues. Where my grandmother lived, there was a cow statue at almost every single building, (but not houses).

Well, at McDonalds, there were TWO cows, AND ONE OF THEM WAS A BABY! Grammy would always stop of at McDonalds to play with them. I’d ride the baby one, (because I’m in love with anything that’s a baby) and my sister would ride the eldest one.

My Grammy would watch us, with a little giggle. I will never forget her laughs. She will always be with me in my heart, this I know.