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One last good deed......
Right before my father went into the hospital on Feb.3rd, he asked me to get him a b- day card for him to give to my mom. So,I did. Then,days later he went into the hospital,was sedated for about two weeks,we thought he was gonna die then. I asked some of my closest friends"what do I do with the card"? I wasn't sure what to do. Everyone kept telling me,give it to her anyway,even if he didn't sign it or even if he isn't here. I just didn't know what to do,then,he woke up. We had him awake with us for about another two weeks. So I asked my youngest brother to come pick up the card and have dad sign it because every time I was at the hospital to see him,mom was with me. So we where able to get him to sign it,then,two weeks later we lost him. So, my moms b-day was on last weds. We did her b-day today,and we gave her the card. I gotta say,next to loosing him,it was such a difficult thing to do. She broke down so hard when she saw the card. It was the one last thing he wanted to do for her,I HAD to give this gift to them!!!!!!, I rememeber my dad saying when he was awake that he wanted to be home for her b-day. He wasn't ,that's a very sad thing for him,and her. I hope she felt him with her through this card. HAPPY B-DAY MOM!!!!! LOVE YOU !!!!!!
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Stacey is free. In January 2009, Missouri Governor Matt Blunt commuted her sentence of life without parole. She is currently speaking out about sexual abuse and sharing her message of love, healing and forgiveness.