Melissa McLay -- March 11, 1984 to September 22, 2002
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December 11 | Projectile Christmas
Multiple years in a row, Melissa was sick Christmas morning. She would be fine the days prior, fine during the candlelight service at church, fine all night as she jumped on her bed waiting for Christmas to come. As if by magic, when she was awoken at 8am on December 25, she would be sick.

But not just any normal kind of sick. She would be curled in Dad's recliner being projectile-vomiting-sick.

Se would still open presents - no one would take that from her - but she would skip the whole family breakfast thing and head back to bed.

Christmas won't be Christmas until someone projectile vomits.

Any volunteers?
Remembered by Valette | 9:52am

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please note: the dates for all comments posted before january 8, 2004 are incorrect.
Comments

Not me!

Posted by Dana
December 16, 2003 | 4:34 PM

Ah... it's those tried and true traditions that make the holidays special.

Posted by Damon
December 16, 2003 | 4:34 PM

are you volunteering?

Posted by Valette
December 16, 2003 | 4:34 PM

Maybe... I'll have to practice cause I've never been very good at projectile puke. I'm more of a dribbler.

Posted by Damon
December 16, 2003 | 4:37 PM

ewwwww.

Posted by Valette
December 16, 2003 | 4:38 PM

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