If you ever met Emily Jackson then you loved her. The most gentle, loving, humble woman I have ever known. She showed her pride in her style, her genorsity, her heritage, her struggles, accomplishments, experiences, family and friends. Her faith and devotion got her through Nary a negative word or a complaint I heard her speak.
Miss you much!the difficult times. She would say, " What do I have to complain about? Didn't HE wake me up this morning? Least I can do is get myself myself moving to show HIM I am grateful!"
If any family member would like to add the next part, feel free. I think her living was the most important part of her and what she would want the family to know! So add a memory or two!
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