In Memory of Kristin Kay Smith, 10/1/1986 – 12/29/2000

I miss her! (Original poster: Lyric Vance) June 20, 2001

Filed under: The forum from the old website — Taryn @ 7:18 am

I have known Kristin almost all of my life and I miss her so much. I think of her every day and write things down about her so that I will never forget. I know that I will see her again someday when I get to Heaven and that makes me so happy. Sometimes I remember that she is in Heaven watching me and that reminds me to try hard to be the best that I can be at everything that I do. I hope she is watching me and is proud of me because I want her to know that I remember all of the things she taught me. I have a pretty picture of her in my room and I look at it every morning. I really miss her and love her so much. Kristin, I hope that you like your new home. You are so pretty. I love you.
Love Always,


2 Responses to “I miss her! (Original poster: Lyric Vance)”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Congratulations Lyric (Original poster: Virginia Wiersma)Dear Lyric, We are so pleased with your success at State Cinderella. Kristin loved you so much and always had a smile on her face when your name was mentioned. Keep being the best that you can be..we know Kristin is smiling down on you.Kristin’s Grandma and Grandpa

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Memories (Original poster: Shelly L.)Dear Lyric,I’d love to hear about some of your special memories of Kristin. I have some wonderful memories that stand out in my mind as well. This past Christmas Eve our entire family went out to Old Tucson to watch the Christmas play. Kristin made a special effort to meet us at the entrance to the park, with big hugs and a smile, and she showed us the way to the theater. I believe some day when I get to Heaven, Kristin will meet me at the gate with a big hug and a smile, and say “Aunt Shelly, come with me, I’ve got so much to show you here!” She loved to teach others and I bet she will have lots to tell you about when you get to Heaven too. You girls did a lot of fun things together through the years. I know she’d be so thrilled at your recent accomplishment! I’m certainly very proud of you.

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