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What I Read at Trisha's Memorial Service

I met Trisha in 2003 and became her writing partner. We have written together for the last 6 years.

Trisha and I met through the Harry Potter Fandom—she wrote Hermione to my Ron. The reason that Sary and I are able to be here is because of the online fandoms and communities that Trisha loved so much. The online community came together and donated funds to allow Sary and I to travel. Some were people who knew Trisha personally, some were those who knew Trisha through her writing, and some weren't even a part of fandom. They were just touch by the out pouring of love and respect that Trisha inspired in everyone that knew her and wanted to be a part of it.

Trisha changed my life for the better in more ways than I can even express here.
Trisha became much more than writing partner to me. She was one of my best friends, a sister, a mentor, and so much more.

Trisha had such a passion for life and laughter. Her smile was beautiful and her laugh and giggles were infectious. Her love for her daughter and the joy she took in the simple things—sharing movies, books, and silliness was unparalleled. The love she felt for her daughter was boundless, unconditional, and as passionate as her joy for life.

Trisha was a fiercely loyal friend. Those of us her held the honor of being her closest friends could always count on her to defend them, support them, and fight for them. She bled if you bled, she hurt when you hurt, and she loved you unconditionally.

The times we spent together in person are now even more precious to me as I sit and remember her. Her laugh, her smile, her wicked sense of humor, and the strength of her spirit play through my mind and bring me a sort of comfort.

To her parents, her sister Stephanie, and Kristina—I hope you can take comfort in knowing how much Trisha was loved, respected, and admired by so many people.

To Jim-I hope you find peace with the support of her family, your family, and in the beautiful smile and laughter of the daughter you share. .

To her daughter—you were loved more than any little girl in the entire world. Your Mamma was astounded by you, she treasured you, and you brought her more joy than she ever thought possible. She thought you were the funniest, the smartest, and the prettiest girl on earth.

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Trisha-I love you, I miss you everyday, and you'd better have a cup of coffee waiting for me when I arrive—it's your turn to be the coffee mistress.


Flowers for Trisha-To Remember

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