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

Something I wrote at school today- (Original poster: Kristin's sister Cheyenne) October 14, 2003

Filed under: The forum from the old website — Taryn @ 4:04 am

I was one of three people that won a contest on this.

What worries me the most in the world is when we get in the car and go somewhere becausee I think we are going to crash. I lost my sister that way and I miss her and so does my mom and my other sister. I think that my mom would miss me too. My sister was only 14 when she died so it worries me that I will die when I am young. So that is what worries me the most in the world.


3 Responses to “Something I wrote at school today- (Original poster: Kristin's sister Cheyenne)”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I am not surprised. (Original poster: Virginia Wiersma)Dear Cheyenne,It is not unusual for a person who has been in a car accident to feel concern later when they are in a car. Talk to Haley and Marcus about it, because a few years ago the car they were in was hit and I’m sure they were nervous later too.I think the best thing was for you to acknowledge it and then to pray to God about it and ask Him to help you not worry.Love,Grandma

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Kellie, (Original poster: Shelly L.)Taryn should be getting in touch with you soon about the pictures if she hasn’t done so already.Nice hearing from you again.:)Shelly

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Shelly & Taryn, (Original poster: Kellie (Barrera) Avery)I was thinking today that I might have couple of old KU pictures that you might want to have. I found two with Kristin. It is of the Christmas program in the year I taught drama. I would love to send them to you. They are both basically the same picture- one with the cast, and one with the cast and me. Shelly I will send you an e-mail to your address to get mailing info.–Kellie

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