What can you say about a three year old? How do you celebrate a life that was so short? We should never have to say these things about one so young but it happens too often. Paige was sunshine, she was a smiling child who touched us all with her joy. She loved and was loved in return by everyone she met. Paige was starlight, she was that tiny light in the darkness that reminds us that life is precious. When you looked into her eyes and saw the spark of interest and mischief you knew that everything was right with the world. Paige came into this world with a message for us and she left us with a message if we only know to look for it.
All of us who were lucky enough to know this little girl will miss her, some of us with all our hearts. She leaves a hole that will always be filled with her face in our memories and as long as any of us remember, she will never be truely gone. I remember last Christmas as we watched a movie this little girl climbed up in my lap and lay back on my chest to watch with me. This little life sitting next to me, she was my granddaughter and she cuddled up and we watched the movie. It was right and the way it should be.
Paige was a daughter, a niece, a granddaughter , a great granddaughter, a sister, a cousin and a friend, all those things wrapped up in such a small child.We'll miss you Pager-Pie, all of us, and you will not be forgotten.
Written by Paige's Grandfather Steve
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