Darlene was a wonderful person. Like no other. She had it tough growing up. she was the oldest of seven siblings. She loved all of her family.
Darlene completed High School. Although she was a very intelligent women she did not go to college. She never regreted it though she lived a wonderful full life. I know if my grandma was asked if she wanted to change any part of the life she made. she would say, " No, I wouldn't change a thing." I love her for that and for many many other things.
On October 4th 1944 When Darlene was 21years old she fell in love and got married. She married a man named Douglas Morris aka my grandpa. A very Respectable wonderful man. My grandparents love was like no other. They were soul-mates not doubt about that. Even 50 years later on their 50 year wedding anniversary you could see the fire and sparks in their eyes when they looked at each other. Even when they spoke of each other.
Darlene and douglas had 5 children. Kimmie, Judy, Linda, Harry, and Danny. Their was a place in their hearts for all of them. A little later on I came along. My grandma was a very important part of my life. She made all the bad go away, no matter how bad I felt about anything. She was my angel when she was here and now she is my angel up there watching me. I know she is watching me type this right now. I hope she likes it. I know she will. It may not be much but she would say,"It's the thought that counts."
I love you grandma with all my heart. I speak for everyone when I say We miss you everyday. Not a day goes by that your face isn't in it, that your voice doesn't talk to me. I know your there. You always were you always will be.
You are my angel.
-Your Grandaughter A.M.M
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