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Please Don't Drink And Drive

The day before Mothers Day in 1983 - My mama my daddy my sister and me - Were on our 
way into town to buy a gift for Mom - Little did we know this day the Lord for us would come
One minute I was in the car as happy as could be - Then I woke up soon after that with Jesus 
holding me - My mama was the only one the Lord allowed to live - He said He didn't take her 
because she has so much to give - It was a senseless accident - we didn't have to die - The 
family we had left behind just wanted to know why - But as the Lord says in His word His will 
must be done - He also promises us some day we all will live as one - I can't begin to tell you 
what it's like up here - Since we came we have not seen one person shed a tear - The Lord 
has given each of us a special job to do - Daddy, me and Kristen are watching over you - I 
have a message from my heart - please don't drink and drive - If that man had used good 
judgement we would be alive - But Jesus said we must forgive and do not hold a grudge - 
Remember this my loved ones - God alone will judge - So please be comforted by this - We 
are all ok - We're waiting here to welcome you on that special day.

                                         In Loving Memory Of
                               Bill, Karen and Kristen McKellar
                                          And In Honor Of
                                       Joan McKellar Carroway

Copyright © | Year Posted 2009

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