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Cindi Parker (#47332696)
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Traci's Mom
RE: Token you left for Traci Fields
Cindi, your note made me sad. I'm sorry you have gone through such hard times. Life gets very difficult and we get into things we shouldn't. Depression can be a serious disease and cause us not to handle matters correctly. I don't believe you are totally responsible for some of your actions, and I understand why you feel guilty.

The fact that your family was so close makes me feel positive that your parents understood what you were going through and they hurt for you. Unfortunately there was nothing they could do to help you. Depression is a lonely disease. I went through it rather badly when Traci passed. My guilt for the fact there was nothing I could do to help Traci was overwhelming. There have been other times in my life where I've battled depression. It's a funk no one should be in but, unfortunately, it happens.

Guilt doesn't achieve anything good. Once something's happened you can't change it you can only change the way you deal with it. I truly believe that when we harbor guilt, we can make our loved ones who have passed sad for us. That's the last thing I want to do. One night I dreamed about Traci. I was very sad due to losing her. In the dream she asked me, "Why are you mad at me mom". I told her that I wasn't and here came more guilt for me. I made my daughter worry about me. I changed my attitude right then.

You have harbored guilt for a long time now. You need to try to get over it. Guilt can cause you to withdraw from your loved ones. Your kids need you to set a positive example for them so they don't have bouts of guilt in there lives.

Your parents understand! They already have forgiven you now you need to do what's very difficult to do - you need to forgive yourself.

Perk yourself up and show your kids how to be happy or in the years to come you will have guilt over not making them strong enough to deal with life. Then more guilt for everybody. You don't want to do that to your kids.

Cindi, please don't feel guilty anymore. Remember the song, "Don't worry, be happy"? So, Cindi, don't worry be happy.

I will keep you in my prayers and if you need to keep in touch just let me know.

Smile, Cindi :}

Your friend,


Sharon


Added by Traci's Mom on Nov 21, 2014 4:32 PM
Traci's Mom
RE: Token you left for Traci Fields
Cindi, please tell me more. What losses have you had that leaves a hole in your heart?



Hugs to you.


Sharon (Traci's mom)
Added by Traci's Mom on Nov 21, 2014 12:40 PM
Traci's Mom
Token you left for Traci Fields
Thank you very much for the token you left for my angel daughter Traci. She was a wonderful gift from GOD, and she's in my heart and mind every single day. Her passing has left major holes in the hearts of her family and friends.

I appreciate you helping to reach my goal of 5,000 tokens by her birthday, November 20th. Actually, thanks to you and other findagravers, so far today Traci has received 6,026 flowers/tokens. That makes my family and I extremely happy. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

I'm thankful and blessed for your kindness. GOD bless you for your heavenly heart.

I am so overwhelmed with all the findagrave friends requesting flowers/tokens for my Traci. Thank you ever so much!


This is something I wrote for Traci:

It was a cold, quiet night at the cemetery. The snow was falling gently to the ground. The only sound that could be heard was the whistling of the wind. Off in the distance I suddenly heard the tiny sound of jingling bells. I looked around and wondered where the life was in the stillness of this cemetery.

As I gazed around, I saw a ray of moonbeam shining down on a small Christmas tree.

I thought to myself, "This is where the life is in the cemetery!"

Ring the bells this holiday season in memory of those you love.


Copyrighted 1983

Sharon (Traci's mom)
Added by Traci's Mom on Nov 20, 2014 5:03 PM
Tom Childers
RE: Question
Cindi,
Most of the preachers that I am researching were members of churches of Christ. However, I have interest in some others, especially in Tippah County, since my 4th grandfather Childers was a Primitive Baptist preacher who moved to Tippah Co. in 1836. One preacher named Parker was a Primitive Baptist preacher. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=45081033.
Added by Tom Childers on Sep 20, 2014 8:03 PM
noah griffin
RE: Griffin
no Lester was Noah Webster's son
Added by noah griffin on Aug 23, 2014 9:27 AM
James Hunt, Sr.
Redman
"My 11th ggrandfather. Ironic that your 5th ggrandson married a Chickasaw Indian.". Who married an injun? Did a Hunt marry an injun?
Added by James Hunt, Sr. on Jul 31, 2014 9:42 PM
Liz
RE: Warren Dykes
That's good enough. Thanks!
Added by Liz on Jul 10, 2014 8:02 PM
Liz
Warren Dykes
Re: DOB

You provided a date of "1796" to my Edits folder. Please provide a source, as it cannot be established via his headstone data.
Added by Liz on Jun 09, 2014 7:49 PM
Chuck Mols
RE: Rutledge
You're welcome.
Added by Chuck Mols on Jul 04, 2013 3:31 PM
larry caver jr
RE: Overstreet family
Cindi,

I believe they all died of typhoid fever. I have an article on these deaths. It struck and killed James Overstreet, the husband, and then the children. Larry E. Caver, Jr.
Added by larry caver jr on May 28, 2013 6:36 AM
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