In Loving Memory of
SCOTTY KEY September 28, 1989 to July 5, 1999


Scotty was 9 years old and is my son. I never imagined that I would lose any of my children in any way. I was not built to be a bereaved parent. Frankly, I don't think anyone is. Scotty was killed on the sunny afternoon of July 5th, 1999. He was a passenger on my Jet Ski (my boyfriend was driving). They were hit by a speed boat and Scotty was killed intstantly. To read Scotty's story you can go to: www.angelfire.com/ab6/scotty/TributetoScotty.html I have heard from Scotty in many ways since he was killed, beginning immediately. The accident happened within my sight. I was on shore. I was taken to the dock where my boyfriend and Scotty were taken. I was only allowed a glimpse of Scotty. At that moment, I knew he was gone. I never held out any hope. I didn't think they would tell me different at the hospital. I knew he was gone. I think that is a gift. I feel I was told ahead of time and didn't have to hear it from a stranger. Scotty has come to me in dreams several times. I also saw him sitting in his usual seat in the back of my mini-van one day too (both of which were confirmed by a reading with George Anderson). Scotty also communicates with me through music on the radio, etc. I think the most important thing to remember is that you will recieve as much communication from your child as you allow yourself to. The more open you can be to hearing the messages they are sending you, the more you will recieve. Scotty will be my child forever. I will love him and include him in my every day life always. I love you my little man. I miss you like crazy. I anxiously wait for the day that I will be reunited with you again. Until then, keep in touch with me because you know I am always listening. My life is forever changed...I am thankful for the time I had with you. I will take care of your sisters, I promise...I will keep you in their hearts too...I love you so much, Scotty. I will keep trying to Dance...

Love Forever, Mom


  

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