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8-30-2014 Charathon Palette Challenge
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"I should’ve known you’d take a wrong turn somewhere!"
I’m surprised no one came up with this crossover yet!
Auntie Paula was such a loving aunt, and a wonderful mother to two boys who would grow up to be wonderful young men. But what I always thought was wonderful about her was the way she would bring all of the family together, whether it would be social gatherings or unique events, she always knew how to bring smiles on everyone’s faces.
A few years ago, she was diagnosed with breast cancer not too long after my mom was. As tragic as the news was, she always kept an upbeat attitude and a steady outlook on life. She would always be on facebook, spreading news about what the family was up to and what events were happening in our lives, so that everyone could stay informed and send their support. Even though she lived in Atlanta, Georgia, far away from the rest of the family, if something came up, she would come to Chicago in a heartbeat.
The times my bro, and my mom and I went down to Atlanta to visit her along with my cousins, Jason and Janson have always been wonderful. We’d always have a great time just hanging out and taking a tour of the city, and Jason would always be the one to look after us while my mom and auntie paula were out doing some sightseeing of their own. The last time I went down to Atlanta, Auntie Paula hosted a huge event where gospel singers would be able to showcase their talent in front of a live audience, and get their names known. She was kind enough to let my mom showcase her singing talent as well, and the people who attended couldn’t have been more grateful to her for letting her go through with the event.
Sadly, as much as she fought through the cancer, it was finally too much, and she went home to be with the Lord on August 15, 2014. I will never forget the wonderful times that she has shared with our entire family, and she will be missed IMMENSELY. Jason, Janson, if you’re reading this, I want you to know, that your mom was such a loving, caring person, and that she’ll always be with you. We’ll all keep you in our prayers and minds, and we’ll be here to talk with you if ever you need someone to talk to.
God bless you, Paula. You’ll always be with us.
A quick B-day gift for a good friend o’ mine, Shenaniganza, of his character, Siren Dipity!
Hope you like it!