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Miss-Willow Anissa Blogs from Sparkguy Chris

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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  • IMEMINE1
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    442 days ago
  • LADYTOY007
    Thank you for your comments regarding Anissa, aka Miss Willow. She was one of my best friends and I truly miss her. She was such a blessing to so many and her spirit continues to touch all who her. Sometimes we do not know how deeply ingrained a person is in our lives until they’re missing. Each and every day I find something special that either she shared with me. Forever she will live in my heart. Blessings to all! I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving and I wish everyone a blessed Christmas and New Year. BJ
    738 days ago
  • TOMATOCAFEGAL
    YES, THANKS.
    809 days ago
  • HICKOK-HALEY
    I do remember chatting with her a couple of times. Her Dog is so cute. I think that is what started our conversation. Makes me sad because she was so young yet, but then I am glad she is pain free. She is with her Dad too. Wow, they passed so close to each other. emoticon
    809 days ago
  • NEVERORNOW
    Didn't know her, but am touched by the tributes to her. What a blessing to so many here.
    809 days ago
  • SKYDRAKE
    Anissa always inspired me. Even on her rough days, she reached out to motivate others. Such a kind, gentle soul with a fantastic sense of humor. I was glad I was able to get to know her. Honored by her friendship. Someday I will be able to give her a real hug instead of the virtual ones we shared.

    Thank you for sharing the links.
    809 days ago
  • JOYINKY
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    809 days ago
  • 2BDYNAMIC
    She was a Believer, a child of God and she still lives on..........I look forward to meeting her face to face when I get there later.
    809 days ago
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