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Oh, Tina, I am so sorry for your loss. From your post, I saw you and your aunt had a special bond and you are going to miss her tremendously.
In the first days as reality sinks in, you can be proud of her ability to love others. You can hold on to the knowledge that although she was taken so early, she is being rewarded for her acts of kindness here on earth.
There are going to be many times that you want to pick up the phone and tell her a little something or ask her advice. It’s shocking every time you realize you cannot do that anymore. Perhaps the best way to deal with those overwhelming emotions is to do exactly what you are doing – write to your aunt. Tell her what you want her to know in a journal. The journal will make a nice keepsake when you get older and want to spend some special time thinking about your aunt.
Take care and God bless you and your family as you deal with your grief.
Aunt Alicia Ann Franklin Lott you are our Angel forever and always we love and miss you so much words cant express...I am proud to have had a aunt as sweet as you...You light up every room you enter with your smile..Man my aunts heart was so big..I cant believe your gone...Imagine a Angel for an Angel my aunt loved her angels just like she loves her family and friends no matter how far we were she made sure she heard our voices on a regular..Well auntie I miss our late night talks you know the ones we have when I cant sleep and your the only one awake..I know its not the same but God has you now so spread your angel wings and continue to watch over our family...Love Always your oldest neice Tina Shavon Bailey Jones/Brown 32 Houston Texas
Wimpy - first off: look at the map! FM 236 runs NW to SE and intersects the loop at an angle. The accident was on the north side (outside) of the loop.