Happy blue and green day!
Most of my loyal readers are aware of what life has been like through my eyes, as a recipient of organ donation, but have you ever wondered what it's like to be on the other side? To be a grieving spouse, parent, child, sibling, or friend? You're about to find out. It was my pleasure to interview Cynthia who lost her son, Joshua in August of two-thousand-fourteen. Let's read what she has to say.
Please welcome to my blog, Cynthia from Jacksonville, Florida
What is your sons name and how old was he when he passed?
My son's name was Joshua E Chitty and he was 20 years old. He was left-handed, flat-footed, freckled, flaming red hair, and bright blue eyes. Joshua was a beautiful young man.
How long has he been gone for?
6 years- 8.14.13 He changed his address.
Tell us about Joshua:
Joshua was an only child, so going to school was his big playground. He became the class clown- he really enjoyed being around the other kids. Joshua enjoyed playing all kinds of sports. He just loved the outdoors. He liked old western movies. I did not allow him to watch secular TV, so the Disney channels were always good. We watched them together and laughed and enjoyed our special times together.
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