ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Sandra Lewis 50 years old , born on November 16, 1949 and passed away on July 13, 2000. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Lisa Martin-Griego on November 25, 2011
I am Sandie's only daughter and I miss her more today than 10 years ago. They say time heals...but for me it has deepend the wound for some reason. I remember her laugh and outgoing ways everyday. My heart is saddened by how much she loved her grandchildren.and they will never know her or that love. So this site was created for them...memories of her from friends and family!!

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Posted by Lisa Martin-Griego on November 25, 2011
I am Sandie's only daughter and I miss her more today than 10 years ago. They say time heals...but for me it has deepend the wound for some reason. I remember her laugh and outgoing ways everyday. My heart is saddened by how much she loved her grandchildren.and they will never know her or that love. So this site was created for them...memories of her from friends and family!!
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Shared by Lisa Martin-Griego on November 25, 2011

My mother didn't have Christmas memories growing up, so when she was able to create her own Christmas's for her family she went all out!!! We would decorate together every year. My art projects from school were saved every year. We would listen to music loud and decorate in our jammies. Just her and I mostly until Vito came along, She was a perfectionist and I wasnt allowed to put ornaments up on the tree cause the tree had to be perfect!!She would even move the other decorations after I had placed them somewhere. I never took it personally because she was a master at anything she put her mind to. Crafts, anything that had to do with art. I remember watching her put on makeup...she would smoke and talk to herself in the mirror. I thought she was the most beautiful woman in the world. I would hear her talk to one of her many friends on the phone and just study her mannerisms. She had so much spirit! Anyone who met her, never forgot who she was. She would hide my presents each year and each year I would find them. But I would act SO SURPRISED cause I never wanted to let her down. She and I laughed so many times. She was very easy to talk to. I have many regrets for the latter of our years..but I have learned that this is a common feeling for people who have lost loved ones. So I think I am finally forgiving myself. I will be posting random thoughs and memories of my mom. I hope others will do the same.