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My precious, precious Leslie Anne, it was through your absolute grace and passion for life that you have shown me the face of God. You gifted me with the freedom of a little girl again, as we walked through life hand-in-hand. Never once did I ever think you would leave before me. Leave it to you, my beloved daughter, to choose heaven as your first journey away from home. I will never forget the way you called me MeMe and Mooooooo. You will forever be my baby girl. And I will forever be your MeMe. My sun absolutely rose and set upon you, Les. Never in my life have I ever met anyone else quite as fascinating as you. You entered this life with grace and dignity as well as you left it. I can never accept the fact that you died....I will just think of it as Jesus having your table ready. I will always be in awe of your many talents and your melodic tinkling contagious laughter. A golden laughter so brilliant that it would compel those who heard it to laugh, too. You taught me love, just as freely and unconditionally as you bestowed it upon me. You will forever be the most remarkable person that I have ever had the honor of knowing. Your spirit overflowed with sheer delight. Your beautiful golden laughter was the last thing I ever heard from you. Then you were gone. Gone from this eartly world but never from my heart. I will live out my life, sharing it with your brothers and I await the glorious day when we shall be together again. I love you my precious little Leslie. Golden slumbers fill your eyes. Sleep my pretty baby, sleep.