JV football team shows appreciation
Thursday, February 28th, 2013
Issue 09, Volume 17.
Fallbrook High junior varsity football players present the proprietor of Outback
Steakhouse-Oceanside with a plaque for donating dinner to their end of the season party, from left, Tanner Rainwater (employee at Outback Steakhouse), Trevor Rainwater, Janice Koehler (proprietor), Sierra Arteaga, and Enrique Barreto.
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Comment #1 | Saturday, Apr 6, 2013 at 10:12 pm
Sharon (Malone)Tyson you have written so beautifully and have honored your cousin Tyson. Life stops when a loved one dies; no one does understand the pain we, the family are in. Their lives continue, they go on happy without a worry in the world, yet we stay stopped in time. We don't want to be there but we are and when others will tell you time heals, Eric it doesn't heal, it just makes it more manageable. The loss you feel for Tyson will always be a part; as time passes you are able to put the grief in a place more manageable, but one memory can bring that intense grief back. Always honor your cousin Tyson; always talk about him and keep him a part of your life. Others wont know how to do that, you will have to remind them that it is ok to talk about Tyson. Keep his memory alive among all who knew him. He was loved by so many. Your family is in my prayers.