October 7, 1994 was the first of many amazing experiences in life. My daughter Sara was born at 2:30 in the a.m. after 9 hours of labor. She weighed in at 9 lbs 7 oz. The little bit of hair she had been so blonde that you could only see it if the sun shined on it the right way.
She was a bundle of joy and very free-spirited. She loved to snuggle and be hummed to. Especially on her daddy’s shoulder. She was the biggest ham around when ever a camera came out. She played T-ball for a season, became a brownie.Her love of gaming on the Xbox keeps her mind going. I can say without a doubt she is very electronically knowledgeable. She has developed a love for all animals. She did not show fear of just walking up to a stray dog. Her dream job is to become a veterinarian. She started college right after graduating.and is in the process of making her dream a reality. She has a job in a photo lab and loves every minute of it. She has become her own very strong-willed person.
I would say her relationship with her sister and brothers is just like any others with the exception she is extremely protective of them. (Our family motto is “Family is family ….no matter what happens or what is said family will have your back when no one else will”) She has “the milk of human kindness” in her soul. She is very compassionate about her brothers special needs, pit bulls, breast cancer, throat cancer. She can make any baby laugh and any puppy bark with excitement. she is a special olympics coach and volunteer,
I am her biggest fan. I wish her all the happiness in the world; all the strength to reach for her dreams no matter how far away they seem. These 21 years have gone by so fast and they only way I can relive the memories is by all the photos and videos.
HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY TO MY PRECIOUS BABY GIRL!!!!! I LOVE YOU WITH ALL MY HEART TO THE MOON AND BACK!!!!