In Memorium

On this day, I want to remember Darryl Scott Cook, Clay’s only son, who went to Heaven four years ago today.  He is so missed by Clay and I.  He was only 51 and just too young to leave this world.  We still have a hole in our hearts, but time heals all and we are doing fine.  We just miss him.

Darryl Scott Cook

Today is also a day to remember all the soldiers that died on the beaches of Normandy and Omaha on 6 June 1944.  They were from the Greatest Generation of Men who did not know where they were going that day and how their day would end, but they were willing to fight against Hitler and his army of SICK followers who had killed millions of the Jewish people.  It is called the GENOCIDE of a Race!

Yes, they gave their lives for us so that Hitler would be stopped from killing Jews and successfully conquering Europe with his Tyranny!

Give thanks to all those currently serving our great Nation in our Armed Services, and those who put their life on the line everyday for our Citizens.  They are the Firefighters, Police, ICE Agents, and most of all the Border Patrol!  They continue to make this great Nation SAFE!

I give thanks and prayers for our President who is leading this great Nation through some extremely divisive times and for all of our protectors of this Nation so that we never experience what the world experienced in World War II.

Nanette 

12 thoughts on “In Memorium

  1. Hi Nanette! I am so sorry to hear about you losing Darryl so young. It is not the proper order of things at all and is nothing a parent should ever have to go through. I am so sorry for your loss. {{Hugs}} to both you and Clay. No matter the circumstances behind his death, he is definitely in a better place than you and I are. ~smile~ Roseanne

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    • Thx Roseanne’ for the kind words. He had Lung Cancer. Did not quit smoking in 2096 when his Mother died from Lung Cancer.

      We are doing fine now. He was on my mind yesterday and today. Just a sweet remembrance for Clay and I.

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  2. Thinking or talking of loved ones that have gone on keeps them with us,it is also important to keep history alive for if not , it will repeat its self. Lovely photos for a memorial!

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  3. Thank you Sharon! He was so funny and fun to be around! For some reason he was really on my mind this year! Have a great week-end. We will be having a 3 day heat wave! 100-104! I am so happy! LOL

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  4. So sorry for your loss. My mom also passed away on June 6, at age 50. Too young, too young! Where in Tx are you located! I could use some of that heat right about now! I wintered in New Braunfels and flew to my summer residence in the northeast a couple of weeks ago. I went from 92* to 42*.

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