Jessica Williams

(September 4,1991 / Dallas)

R.I.P Grandma 'Faye'


LOVABLE
INCREDIBLE
LOVING
LAUGHABLE
I MPOSSIBLE TO BE LIKE
EVERYDAY I MISS HER

FAITHFUL
ALWAYS CARING AND LOVING ME
YELLS A LOT
ENCOURAGE PEOPLE

CARES FOR HER FAMILY EVEN WHEN SHE HATES THEM
OVER THE TOP GRANDMA
ON TOP OF HER GAME
PROUD PARENT OF FOUR
EVERYDAY SHE TELLS ME TO KEEP MY HEAD UP
REST IN PEACE AND WE MISS YOU

JOYFUL, JOLLY
OVERPROTECTED WITH HER GRANDCHILDREN
NEVER LET MY PARENTS WHOOP ME WHEN I'M BAD
EVERYONES SWEETHEART
SPOILED EVERYONE OF HER GRANDCHILDREN

Submitted: Tuesday, May 26, 2009

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  • Saadat Tahir (5/26/2009 3:32:00 PM)

    your luv for the matriarch...just gushes through
    awesum lady she mustv been

    ya...may she rest in peace
    God bless her soul
    saadat (Report) Reply

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