Shaddup Already!


In memory of Aaron

Aaron, you were too young to go. You fought a valiant battle against the enemy inside known as leukemia. You will probably never know how many lives you touched. You had a very special soul and a smile that never seemed to fade. When other kids were adjusting to middle school life, you were dealing with chemotherapy and all of it's side effects. You never let that change your sense of responsibility and your work ethic. I know you're at peace now.

I was happy to learn I have your little sister in my class this year. I promise I'll look out for her during this very difficult time that lies ahead.

Life will go on without you, but it will never be the same.

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