Sunday, February 10, 2008

Cali So Far...

It is so beautiful here. The sun is so nice to see. It has only been 1 night and I totally miss my boys! Today we went to Eric's uncle John's house. It was a long drive there and I was actually a little nervious, I guess not know what it would be like. I will for ever remeber the drive there as The Doors were playing on the radio. I thought for sure I would loose it when I walked in the door, but Uncle John and Aunt Robin were doing amazingly well. They had hunndreds of pictures of Josh out and it was nice to see his smile through all his years. He had an amazing smile! Sadlly enough I only had to the chance to see it 8 years. I think they enjoy having company, and they say it gets them through the day. I could not even imagin what they are going through. They are truly amazing people and a wonderful famliy. I only wish there was something more I could do for them. We sat and watched the vidieo of Josh that will be playing at the funeral and I don't think there was a dry eye in the room. We are going to go back up to there house tomorrow to visit and see if there is anything we could do to help get ready for Tuesday. Here is his obituary...

Joshua Wade Kiger
Age 20, born July 20, 1987, passed away on February 4th, 2008. Joshua grew up in Corona/Norco. He attended Norco High School. Josh enjoyed snowboarding and rock jumping on Lake Mead. He also liked to golf, play on the computer, playing video games and just hanging out with his friends. Josh is survived by his parents John and Robin, brother Jake, sister Rylee-Kate, grandpa Roy, nanny Louise, grandma JoAnn, uncles Kim, Steve, Mark, Ron, aunts Connie, Gwen, Susan, Patty, Cheryl, cousin Eric and his wife Melissa, cousins Kyle, Jeff, Greg, Michael, Amber and Brea and their families. The Funeral service will be held at Church on the Hill, 2000 Norco Drive, Norco, California, on Tuesday, February 12th, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. There will be a viewing after the service and then a Celebration of Life will be held in the Activities Hall at the church.

Here is another picture that will brighten this post up...

That was taken on my cell at Uncle Johns and Aunt Robins. They all thought she was such an angel and she is!

Todays Rating: Sad :(


Lisa said...

I wish that you could be there with the beautiful weather under better circumstances.
I am so sorry for the loss the Miller family has suffered. He sounds like a really neat kid.

She is an angel and her Aunt CC misses her.