My Beautiful daughter Kayla Marie…..
Words cannot begin to describe the beautiful person you are inside and out.
As I watched you grow, I was soooo proud of the beautiful person you had become. You are everything a mom could ask for in a daughter, sweet, funny, loving, thoughtful and I could go on forever about your great qualities. Anyone who took the time to get to know you saw the same thing I saw in you. You are the BEST.
You always wanted to lend a helping hand to anyone. I remember how many times we would drive by the homeless and you say "mom can we give them money and we would feel so good afterwards". You are so giving and loving. I remember us talking about all the things we would do if we won the lottery. We would start a foundation for the needy, sick children and the humane society. I know you would have been the most caring, compassionate, loving nurse, doctor or anything you wanted to be. You are the BEST.
I remember you telling me how you would always try to make friends with the new kids at school because you knew how it felt to be the new kid. You are the BEST.
I also remember how you would always try to find the best in everybody. How willing you were to just listen to someone or go somewhere you didn't really want to go, but you did because you knew it was the right or the nice thing to do. You are the BEST.
You are the type of person anyone could talk to and I know it won’t end now that you are out of our sight. I know you will be watching over us and will be our guardian angel.
I’ll never forget how much you loved animals. You are the only person I know that would go to the Humane Society to volunteer and need to take two Benadryl just so you wouldn't break out in hives and be unable to breathe. You are the BEST.
I want to thank you so very much for being the most precious and unique daughter anyone could ask for. I will always remember the great times we had together like going to the movies and pigging out on popcorn & crunch & munch. Driving to the beach with the top down singing and acting like two teenagers. Some of the most special times were when we were just cuddling together, watching tear-jerkers and acting like two mushy girls.
I know you had to make a choice of who to live with, you picked your dad it broke my heart and it was one of the hardest things I had to go through in my life, at least I thought that at the time. I know it was the hardest decision you ever had to make. I know you loved me so much and you knew I loved you as much and I was strong enough to handle this and that is why you were able to come to your decision. I regret not spending everyday with you. But now I realize not having you here with me is a pain I will live with forever. A piece of me is gone. We both know you will always be in my heart forever. You are the BEST.
I know God needed you for a greater challenge because you are soooo special. I’m sure you and Grandma are together doing wonderful things. I will see you when he is ready for the Third Musketeer.