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Remembering A Friendship: A Scrapbook Layout

It has taken me a while to post this.  Even now it is hard, but I want to share with you the frailty of time.

During a reunion on this past 4th of July holidays, I found out a dear friend had passed away in December.  I was taken aback.  She was younger than me.  But mostly I began to feel a great deal of regret.  Here is our story.

I knew Chantay when we were both freshly married and had our little girls.  We hooked up at church.  She was married to my husband's cousin.  We began as friends and ended up sisters.  We did a lot of church ministry together for the kids.  We did a puppet ministry in the church as well as taking it on the road to share the gospel.   We also planned, started, and ran a bus ministry for the kids in our greater community.  We took our girls to the General Assembly in Tennessee and visited a lot of well know sites. 

We laughed together and cried together.  We were truly friends.

Life got busy.  We both had more children which took time from each ot…