KKSmith.net

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

The warm, soft glow (Original poster: Shelly L.) December 30, 2009

Filed under: The forum from the old website — Taryn @ 7:03 am

I didn’t want this day to pass without visiting KK’s web site and sharing my love. After work tonight I was invited to a friend’s house for a tea party. While there, my three good friends and I were talking about Christmas memories and immediately I was drawn back to the Christmas of Kristin’s passing when we all went to Old Tucson for the holiday show. How wonderful it was for all of us, as a family, to spend that special evening together. I remember how moving it was when the theatre lights were dimmed, the final song began, and from one candle flame being passed to the next, the entire room came to life in a warm, soft glow. I will always treasure that memory. Hugs to John, Kristin and Abby… till we meet again. Taryn, I love you sis.

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Thinking of Kristin (Original poster: Amy Oldham)

Filed under: The forum from the old website — Taryn @ 1:39 am

I have been thinking a lot about our sweet Kristin this holiday season. I know all the
cousins would have been having a great time together. How wonderful that day will be
when we will all be celebrating together in heaven!

 

Nine Years (Original poster: Virginia Wiersma) December 29, 2009

Filed under: The forum from the old website — Taryn @ 7:02 pm

Taryn,

As I was thinking about Kristin and you this morning, I got this email from Helen and
wanted to share it with you because it is a message of hope and love.

Mom

Helen wrote, “We all know what today is. The time has gone by so swiftly. For Jennie it is
11 years and for Kristin 9, is that right? I know we are all reliving those two tragedies. We
will get through it, we always do. Just think, they have been with Jesus all this time.”

 

 Please sign the guestbook! December 28, 2009

Filed under: Guest Book / Comments / Memories — croldham @ 1:21 am

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