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Not allowed to say his name.

by JL1963 on October 17, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I'd give my life to hear him say mine one more time. "Grandma come here" his moma just a hollering for him to get in there to clean his scars and give countless injections never missing a beat for 4 years to make his short but well loved life the best any child could ever ask for. I'm sure one day I will hear his parents say his name and let me put his pics back up but it's my name I miss most about Derringer."Grandmaw come here"

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