Melissa McLay -- March 11, 1984 to September 22, 2002
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September 23 | Memories
Its hard to believe that it has been three years. I can still remember getting the call, and even now when I think about it, it doesnt seem real. Maybe I just keep hoping that its not real. There are so many things that remind me of Melissa, I dont know why some things remind me of her but, they do. There are a lot of times I go through the dinner line when Im on the Slope, I keep passing up things that dont look very good, I get to the end of the line and I didnt get much on my plate except for some bread or a roll or two. When that happens I always have to laugh to my self and think of her. There are so many things that I wish I had done differently in my life, like being closer to her and the rest of my family. Well I cant change the past, but with Gods help I can change the future. I miss her so very much.
Remembered by Marty | 7:55pm

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please note: the dates for all comments posted before january 8, 2004 are incorrect.
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I remember first Playing softball with Melissa, my dad always said that she was the best 2nd base-man in the league, when we frist started playing that summer so long ago is when we became the best of friends. I for some silly reason decided to move away the summer before our senior year, now I wish I could go back in time and change it all. If I would have known that year would be our last together I would have never left. Melissa is like a sister to me, and having her gone feels like a piece of me is missing. She was beautiful, smart and talented. No matter what she did she geve 110% I admired her for that. She was everything I always wanted to be. She was and remains to this day my very best friend, no one can come close to the friend I have in her. The love that I have for Melissa will never change. I love you and miss you very very much.

Posted by Marquella
January 25, 2006 | 3:47 PM

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