Taylor Smith, a 12-year-old from Johnson City, Tennessee, anesthetized abroad on January 5, 2014, from a abrupt access of pneumonia. Despite this tragedy, Taylor was a appropriate little girl, optimistic and cheerful. Never was this added axiomatic than in a letter that her parents came across.
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“…we’re in right now, do it! He was mocked, beaten, tortured, and crucified for you! A sinless man, who never did you or any other person any wrong!
“Now, have you gone on any more mission trips? Have you been out of the country yet? How about on a plane?
“Is Doctor Who still on the air? If not, what regeneration did they end it with? You should go watch some Doctor Who! Later though, you gotta finish reading your own words of wisdom!
“Do you have your own place yet? If we’re in college, what are we majoring in? Right now, I wanna be a lawyer…”
“Also I think I’m going to sell my iPad and buy an iPad mini. Don’t forget to tell your kids that we’re older than the tablet! Attached I also have a drawing of an iPad, so you can show them…