NOTE: Liz died just a few months after she turned 38. Her birthday is December 5th. Reading this story is one of the things I've figured out to do is to on my sister's first birthday in heaven.

FYI: When I mention her's the one she miscarried. And since I also had one miscarriage...and our other sister Pam has had two miscarriages...that makes the three nieces/nephews that I mention in the story.


Without further ado...LOL *smile* is the story:


"It was Liz's 39th birthday...and her first one in heaven. They had a big party for her. Her child was well as her three nieces/nephews. And of course all 4 of her grandparents. Then there was anyone else that she knew that had died...and absolutely hundreds of friends she had made in heaven.


She got to watch a dvd of all of the happy moments of her life...and everyone she knew from her life told her what they liked about her and shared their favorite memory of her. All of the friends she had made in heaven also told her what they liked about her...which was definitely different than the previous people as without all the negativity she had in life...she was a very changed person. And the memories that they had to share were out of this world. The experiences they had shared without any pain, sorrow or trouble were very different than the ones on earth.


She looked in on her family back on earth. She gave them each a hug and a kiss...and whispered into their ear that she loved them. She spent some time with each of them...and even when she went back to her party in heaven...she still kept an eye on them. 39th birthday ended up being one of the best ones that she's ever had."

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