I would give anything if i could have hugged you more and kiss you more and be there with you more. Ive always hated how far away you lived from us, and now you are even further away. I wish i could see you one more time. I miss you so much. When i spend time with Aunt Charla and Aunt Alicia or mom i feel that pain and emptiness even more. It all happened so quickly that no one had time to grasp what was going on. i feel like you were stolen from us. For years you have been stuck in Wi and we always talked about me going out there to visit you during the summer, and i never did. When i finally got out there during the summer you were sick, i felt, and still feel, terrible that i didnt do it before. i regret that the most. And the last time i saw you i was too sick to be close to you.. it was torchure. i could barely hug you or kiss you.
I love you so much Aunt Susan. And I will still say that i have never seen a more BEAUTIFUL bald woman in my life, inside and out. You are beautiful!
I was a Respiratory Therapist at St Lukes Hospital where her last days were spent. Even though I was there only one very long day, I was moved by how much love was in that room. I was blessed to have taken care of Susan in her last days and to have met the people that loved her so much. my condolances go out to everyone that was blessed to have her in their life. Because God knows I was blessed to have known her for the little time that I did. God Bless!
…I remember how we’d always use to joke around about taking hunter and disappearing into the world. I remember taking you to go get your belly button pierced. You were so scared, you had to have a drink before we went. I’m sorry a tottie, That’s what you called them. You were there for me when there was know one to be found. You were the mother I never had. The strength you carried through the hard times never letting your head low enough for anyone to notice. My rock, my shoulder to cry on. All the memories we shared. All the late night phone calls, and countless nights teaching you how to play cards and laughing at your crazy dance moves. I’ll never forget you Susan. I love you with all my heart. I will someday see you at heavens gates. Until then, watch over all that love you. For you will be in our hearts and live through our memories always. Love Always, Your Annie.