Life History of Tammy Felt WilliamsBorn: September 1, 1963
I am the image of my paternal Grandmother at the same age as she was when she married Ernest William Felt
Daughter of Paul Ernest and Martha Afton Harris Felt
Twin of Tom
My name is Tammy Felt Williams. I was born September 1,
Side Note by Paul Felt, Jr.: To say ‘full term’ is an understatement. Together, the twins weighed in at 16lbs!
My mom carried
My Grandfather Harris said, “If you are going to call them Tom and Tammy then name them Tom and Tammy.
My parents are Paul Ernest and Martha Afton Harris Felt. My father often said, “Tom and I were the icings on the cake“. My mother said, “Heavenly Father knew she was getting too old to have any more kids so he sent Tom and me together“. I’ve always felt that Tom came down with me to help me as we began this somewhat frightening experience of earth life.
My father was nervously pacing the waiting room floor when a young man calmly reading a magazine asked, “Is this your first baby?” To which my father replied, “No, it is my tenth“.
A few minutes later Dr. Webster who was assisting Dr. Kartchner in caring for my mother called down the hall, “Paul, number #1 is here and it’s a
The doctor would not tell the father the sex of the babies, he felt this was special for the mother to tell. So as the nurse wheeled mother down the hall, he found he was the proud father of a boy and a girl.
My mother had been very ill when she was pregnant with my older brother, Ron. The doctor had told her this baby would probably not live and to plan on not having any more children because of her condition. She was given a blessing that promised her that if she would have the children that the Lord had for her, she would have no further complications with the rest of her children. Jessie, Kathleen, Tom and I followed the birth of Ron with no complications.
I have eleven brothers and sisters… Tom and I being the youngest. I count my blessings daily for the wonderful parents and family I was able to come and be a part of. Following I will record the names and birth dates of my parents and siblings.
Paul Ernest Felt
DOB: 29 Jan 1916
Martha Afton Harris Felt
DOB: 1 Feb 1923
Paul Ernest Felt, Jr
DOB: 13 Oct 1944
John Martin Felt
DOB: 4 Oct 1946
Yvonne Felt Jordan
DOB: 4 Feb 1948
DOB: 31 Dec 1951
O’Larry Harris Felt
DOB: 13 July 1955
Ronald Grimshaw Felt
DOB: 19 Aug 1957
Jessie Felt Alman
DOB: 1 Nov 1958
Kathleen Felt Covey
DOB: 30 Nov 1960
Tom Elwood Felt
DOB: 1 Sept 1963
Tammy Felt Williams
DOB: 1 Sept 1963
Windy Felt Stewart
DOB: 12 Jan 1942
(Windy was adopted in 1965 as Mildred Tso and known as Milly after being caught up in a wind storm as a youth and those around referred to her as Windy and the name stuck).
When Tom and I were a few weeks old, BYU was making a production called, “Man Search For Happiness” and they needed a newborn baby. They wanted either Tom or I but decided on Tom because they said I was too fat. So Tom is the movie star of the Felt Family.
My sister Marilynn was in the sixth grade when we were born. She would run home from school
When I was four, we started nursery school. Mom and Dad felt it was important for me to go to preschool, for I was very shy and clingy. Mom stayed with me for over a month until I felt comfortable enough to have her leave. The other kids had all fallen in love with her and missed her when she stopped coming. I remember feeling so independent as Tom and I would walk home together from preschool.
It was about this time when I started pulling my hair out. When mother took me to the doctor, he gave her a salve saying it was a fungus. They bought me pretty hats and pretty scarves that I always wore. Mom would keep my head shaved, so I couldn’t pull my hair out. Everybody would compliment me on all my pretty hats-they thought I just liked to wear hats.
At this time, Mom and Dad started to notice my eyes were pulling together. They took me to an eye doctor to have my eyes checked and he said, “If you were seeing the world
I began to become a little more independent and adventurous, not quite so insecure, but still shy.
I was almost eight when my father was called to be the mission president of the Southwest Indian Mission later called the Holbrook Arizona Mission. We lived there for three years and I attended 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade there. This is about the time when Dad and I began passing notes to each other. My Dad was a strong
I remember sitting on his knees, giving him bear hugs and writing him love notes. One of the poems I wrote him went like this: (keep in mind that I was only 8)
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
I love you, I love you,
I love you, I do!
Here is one of the letters Dad wrote me on Mar. 27,1973:
It has been some time since Daddy wrote you a letter. In fact, I haven’t been receiving many letters from you lately. Your letters are a real joy to your Daddy. I often read them. I believe I have every letter you have ever written to me. As I begin this letter, I realize I have already made a mistake. You always begin your letters with “I love you”. Let me begin again by saying, “I love you “.
Sweet Tammy is a real joy in my life. Whenever I am around you I feel a bit of heaven. No angel was ever sweeter than Tammy. I remember Tammy, one time when we were exchanging letters in sacrament meeting, you began your letter as you always do with, “I love you”. In my answer to you, I began also with “I love you” and your sweet reply is something I shall never forget. You said,
“Daddy, when you tell me that you love me you make me feel so good.”
Tammy, when you tell me that you love me and when your in your daddy’s arms or around him, you certainly make him feel good also.
Heavenly Father certainly gave your mother and I a marvelous gift and blessing when he allowed Tammy and Tom to come into our home and family. Your daddy’s prayer and wish are that Tammy will continue being the sweet, lovable angel that she is. In order to make sure that you keep these angel-like qualities, keep saying your prayers morning and night, bear your testimony often, not only in testimony meetings but to your friends. And sweet Tammy, like her mother, will never stop being an angel.
I love you sweet, Tammy
I was baptized on my birthday, Sept. 1,
Junior High was exciting and fun, on one hand, and hard and troublesome on the other. I was a reserved and soft-spoken girl. I did like to have fun and enjoyed playing church sports such as baseball, volleyball, and basketball. I spent a lot of time with my mutual (church) friends. A few of my friends were always brewing up trouble and feelings were often hurt. As I reflect back on it now, I see that _hey were insecure and trying to make themselves feel better.
My Beehive teacher, Nancy Miller, was one that I really admired. I sat her on a high
The last month of my
After the blessing, I fell back to sleep and the pain was minimal. I was taken to Dr. Smith first thing in the morning and it did not take him long to diagnose Viral
I avoided boys—I always felt awkward around them. It was much easier to avoid them because then it would save me the
Therefore, I would go and this always seemed to encourage depression to set in, as I would stand for hours not dancing.
I always knew that when I came home from school or other activities that love would abound.
My friends were always welcome at our house.
We were always able to have parties and
Mom always made cinnamon rolls and all my friends would come over after church to enjoy them.
I shared a room with Kathleen and Jessie. My brother, Ron had made us this neat bed when he had returned from his mission. I have many fond memories of my relationship with my sisters. Jessie bought me my first pair of “star” jeans. They taught me how to wear makeup and fix my hair.
We were always very close and it was hard for me as she got married and left home. The one perk was I then had my own room.
I was a hard worker and enjoyed earning money. Babysitting seemed like a slow way to earn money. I would get paid about $0.50 an hour. I found that I could earn $4.00 each lawn I mowed. I quickly realized that I could earn a lot more by doing yard work, so I got a few jobs and began saving my money. When I was about 14, my sister, Kathleen got me a job at Academy Cleaners where she worked also. I loved working at the cleaners. Kathleen and I saved up our money and visited Jessie in Hawaii while she was going to BYU-Hawaii.
I had worn glasses since I was five years old. I had become pretty used to them. Kathleen and Jessie kept encouraging me to get contacts. I saved up my money and got contacts. I had a hard time getting used to them, but I did enjoy not having glasses.
I went to Provo High School 1978-1981. The high school was split the year before, resulting in most of my friends going to the other high school. This was a good opportunity to meet a lot of new friends. Near the end of my freshmen year, Tom and I decided to run for sophomore class officers. I could hardly believe I was doing it. I have to admit that I would’ve never attempted it except my brothers and sisters were so keen on the idea.
It made it easy because so many people were running for an office, so it seemed like no big deal to join in on the fun. Tom and I ran together for sophomore class officers and our motto was VOTE TOM AND TAMMY AND “LET YOUR INFLUENCE BE FELT”. Dad used this motto when he ran for BYU student body president and won in 1941. To our surprise, we both made the primary elections and were asked to go down to the principal’s office where he informed us we would give a speech in one hour in front of the student body. I was running against a girl who was very popular and I didn’t think I had much of a chance in winning, but my desire to win became more intense the week the voting was taking place.
Tom and I did win! It was fun being class officers together.
The following summer, I had saved up money to go and visit my sister, Marilynn who was married and living in Texas. This was a special time for me. Marilynn has always been so kind to me and we had a lot of fun together. I returned after two weeks to my waitressing job at Pizza Palace. At the beginning of the summer, I was introduced to my best men_, big brothers mend. He had just graduated ITom high school and was working to save up money for his mission. We dated all summer and continued to date until he went on his mission. This was fun for me and helped me feel more comfortable around guys. I began getting to know more boys at school. I was still shy and reserved. Most of my dates were the school dances. My height of 5′ 11″ was a setback at times, but a lifesaver at others.
We went to Israel on a semester abroad my junior year of high school. Dad was the director of 100 BYU students. This proved to be a valuable experience for me. We lived on a kibbutz in Jerusalem and studied the New Testament along with some other core history classes. My testimony grew and I matured and I become more comfortable with myself. I returned to high school to finish my senior year at Provo High School. I was a Senior Class Senator and was voted to be Hi-Week Royalty along with an attendant as Boys Preference Royalty. I was flattered and enjoyed the many activities of my senior year.
After high school graduation, I lived at home and attended BYU with a partial academic scholarship. I was involved in the Oak Hills Stake Young Adult program.
I will always treasure the many memories I have of this summer. For the first time in my life, I was not known for being Jessie or Kathleen’s little sister. I remember riding to a young adult fireside, I had just arrived in Houston a few days earlier and the other young adults were busy asking me questions and getting to know me. I just remember how weird it was to just be “Tammy Felt”… not Jessie’s, Ron, Larry, or Kathleen’s little sister…I liked it!
There were a lot of tough things about this experience, especially the temporary jobs. Yet, it was such a great growing experience for me. I would work all week and look forward to spending time with my young adult mends. We hung out every weekend. Marilynn and Steve were so kind to me, and their children, Troy and Stephanie were so cute. I really learned a lot ITom this experience.
I returned to BYU and home the fall of 1982. I began taking classes in my major, which was Speech Pathology. I had saved up a lot of money from working all summer. I had decided I would take a break from working for a few months and concentrate on my studies. One day as I was passing the BYU Candy Jar in the Wilkinson Center, I had a strong impression to go and apply for a job. My sister had previously worked their a few years before and it was the “cool” place to work. I recognized the manager and followed my feelings and after saying a little prayer, and walked over to the manager and introduced myself and asked her if she had any job openings. She interviewed me and within a few weeks, I received a call offering me a job.
After working there for a month, Linda, my boss, decided to make some changes in how she ran the department in hopes of building morale. This would also allow her to focus on other areas. She asked, Kirk Williams, the head editor, and projectionist, to cross over and manage the Candy Jar. This was a very welcome change, for Kirk brought enthusiasm and a genuine concern for all of our well-being.
Little did I know, but this change was going to have a major effect on the rest of my life.
Kirk was planning the Candy Jar Christmas party and I offered to help him. I had ulterior motives of wanting to get to know him better. This is when I realized I was “falling in love”. The next few months, Kirk always seemed to show up on my shift. Nobody at work knew that I secretly had a crush on Kirk. This is when Kirk made a bet with me.
Tammy’s Journal Entry March 27, 1983
“Kirk is my supervisor at work. He brightens and cheers up everybody’s day by his smile and laugh. He is always happy or at least plays the part even when he may not be. I guess that is one of the things that is so impressive to me. I’ve got such a crush on this guy. I’ve never been like this before…Help! Kirk made a bet with me about two weeks ago. He said that if I could grow my fingernails out for one month, he would take me out to dinner… a place of my choice. If that is what I have to do to get a date with this guy, then I’ll do it!”
Kirk’s Journal Entry
“One day at work, I had a brilliant idea. You see, Tammy chewed her nails down to the quick. She was gorgeous tall, (like I like em) thin, (like I like em) cute, and dark brown hair (really like I like em).
Anyway, I told her if she would stop biting her nails, I would take her anywhere she wanted to go
That was from March Ilh to April 14th.
Kirk’s Journal Entry
“She did it! We went to the Heidleburg restaurant in Farmington behind Lagoon. It was a German restaurant in an old castle.
It was a real gorgeous setting. It was great. I loved it. She looked beautiful that night. When we got back to her house, I walked her up to the door and asked her to keep her nails nice because they really looked good and then I turned around to leave. She stopped me and said she had something inside the house for me. She had a little basket of cookies with a card that said, “One Free Car Wash When Owner is Present.” Then we said goodnight. What
a super girl! Maybe she even liked me a little, because she didn’t have to do that. She did something to me that no other girl had done before. (something inside)
The semester was just about to end and Kirk was planning a vacation with some of his buddies down in Mazatlan. He casually told me I should get some of my friends and come along. I cut out an advertisement from the school newspaper advertising Mazatlan vacations and I talked to some of my friends. We talked to our parents about letting us go down there for spring break between semesters at college. Mom and Dad were adamant that it would not
Tammy’s Journal Entry March 27, 1983
“Big News! I am going to Mazatlan. Kirk told me that he and his roommates were going and said just off the top of his head… why don’t you get some friends and come along. This seemed a little far-fetched, but to my
Kirk’s buddies flew down to Mazatlan, my mends and myself drove with Kirk in his Datsun B210. On our way down, we stopped at the Grand Canyon and took some pictures.
Kirk’s Journal Entry
“We went to the Grand Canyon. After looking around for a few minutes and taking some pictures,
‘Tou should both enjoy that.” My first thought was, “Do you mean it shows that much on my behalf!” I did» ‘t think so, but now I felt dumb. Tammy sure did» ‘t show me that she liked me too much. Maybe Gaylamarie knew something I did ‘to
After our stop at the Grand Canyon, we headed toward our destination of Flagstaff, Arizona, where we would be staying with some relatives of Gaylamarie’s. As I recall, we got a flat tire, so we pulled over to fix it. After we fixed the tire, we were ready to continue on our way. I decided that it was my turn to sit up
We had a blast! We body surfed in the ocean, para-sailed,
Kirk’s Journal Entry
“Tam and I left a few minutes early from the disco and took a walk on the beach. There was a beautiful sunset on a gorgeous sandy beach and here I was with the girl I was hopelessly in love with. It was more than I could handle…the scene was too romantic.
I had to kiss her. I did It was great!
We got back in time from the trip to start
As I reflect back now on our courtship, 1 can see things more clearly, but then I was confused. My Dad and I had always had a very close relationship. He was very steady and deeply spiritual and more on the serious side. He was a very kind and thoughtful man. Mom was the more spunky of the two of them. She was fun-loving, spontaneous, giggly, very thoughtful and very charitable. They had a great marriage and both adored one another. Here I was falling in love with Kirk
I broke up with Kirk one evening right before
Letter I Sent to Kirk after the breakup
“Kirk, I have expressed to you before that I felt our relationship was supposed to be, no matter what the outcome. I have felt this so much these past two weeks that I began to question and doubt the decision that I made to break things off so completely. At times, it is hard for me to understand how things can be so right, but also be wrong. Questions have flooded my mind, “Could it be it is not right, just now, but there are future possibilities or could it be that our relationship was for future preparation for both of us in our individual lives.
I have pondered these things and pleaded with the Lord for guidance. I am ashamed that sometimes I must hurt so badly before I feel I need his help so desperately. He has blessed me and comforted me far more than I deserve and re-affirmed that I must be patient. I have a calm feeling that what is
We went and woke Kirk’s parents up to tell them we were engaged. 1
After our marriage and honeymoon, we headed up to Rexburg, Idaho, where Kirk was doing an internship for his
After a lO-month internship, Kirk was offered a full-time position at Ricks College. We enjoyed living in Rexburg and so we decided to make it our home. A position for a head resident in the
This was a great opportunity for me to learn about “tough” love as I managed 120 girls. Chase Kirk Williams was born on Feb. 14, 1985, he thrived in this environment and got a lot of attention from all the girls. We always had a babysitter at our
Kirk loved working at Ricks College, but we were now expecting our 3rd baby and feeling the financial crunch. Jenaca Katherina Williams, our third child was born Aug. 24, 1989. We were so excited to have a little girl. She wore lots of pink and lots of bows in her hair. I called her my “doll” baby. John Covey, our brother in law had offered Kirk a job that had the potential to earn twice as much money. It was a very hard decision to leave Ricks College because we did love it so much, but sometimes “money” talks and we left in hopes of making more to support our growing family.
We regretted this decision for many years. Kirk now worked in a much “rougher” environment. We had bought a nice home in Farmington, Utah. (the same place of our first date). We did love our house and we loved our neighbors and neighborhood. He worked for a large distributor in Salt Lake City. It was about 4 years
When Kirk and I were in our first year of marriage, I will never forget an argument we were having. I don’t remember what it was about, but I do remember saying to Kirk, “Why didn’t you tell me you had a temper before I married you?” He replied, “Why didn’t you tell me you had a temper before I married you?” I simply and honestly replied, “I didn’t have a temper before I married you.”
This statement stunned both of us and we started giggling.
There were definitely challenges in our marriage, especially as we were learning to understand one another. Kirk learned that when I became sad, gloomy, edgy and impatient that it wasn’t his fault. He learned that if he just treated me with “kid gloves” during this time that I became very “endeared” to him. He would listen to me and hold me instead of lashing out. As so often in my life, Heavenly Father answered a plea to help me and Kirk in our relationship. . . this time through a simple phone call of a dear Mother whom too had similar struggles.
When Jenaca was just a newborn. I took a fall down our stairs while I was holding her. Motherly instincts kicked in and I bounced down a long flight of stairs as I cradled her in my arms. But as I got down to the bottom, my neck fell
In July of 1995,1 was on my way to a doctor’s appointment for Spencer. As we came out to get in the car, the thoughts went through my mind, “Put Spencer in the front seat”. I thought I was just talking to myself and I thought, “Yea, that way I can hold his hand since he is sick.”
This is when I heard police sirens and a gentlemen came to my window asking if I was alright. I was very confused and in shock. He told me I had been hit by a man driving a small pickup truck going about 60 mph. My car had then been pushed into the car in front of me that was also waiting to turn. I was very confused and had a hard time answering the policeman’s questions. We all walked away from the wreck, although all three of the cars were totaled.
Many chronic health conditions followed. I now experienced chronic headaches, neck problems, jaw problems, and my body always ached. I basically felt like I had the flu
At this particular time, we had decided to move to Georgia for a new job venture for Kirk. I was doing some physical therapy, to relax my jaw and neck muscles in hopes of some relief from my severe headaches and body aches. I was having a treatment and the doctor had left the room while I was doing a heat treatment. I was pondering and praying about my
I contacted Dr. Blaine Austin, that same afternoon. He was a well renowned Oral Surgeon whom I had previously seen. I did do the surgery before we moved to Georgia. Kirk’s Mom and Dad took the children up in Idaho and my Mom and Kirk cared for me at home. It wa$”R very difficult surgery. It was anticipated to take 3 to 3 1/2 hours, but it ended up taking over 7 hours. The surgeon spent hours picking out the pieces of my TMJ joints that had been shattered in the wreck.
My mouth was wired shut for 7 weeks. I drank fluid from a syringe being squeezed
The third night, I pled with Heavenly Father to ease my anxiety and help me to sleep. I said that I knew he could make me sleep. I prayed that I could feel peace. I didn’t fall to sleep, although, I tried to relax while sitting in the recliner chair. I did feel a peace and a very calming feeling that helped me to relax. Every time I would start drifting off to sleep I would start hallucinating. I think I took 5-6 showers and baths trying to relax. I actually started writing my personal history and I organized my family home evening packets. Heavenly Father did not make my problem all better, but he gave me a calm peaceful
feeling making it possible for me to make the best out of the predicament I was in. It was the fourth night when I finally slept. I had finally rid myself of the medicines that was causing me to be so anxious. I had a long recovery. I could hardly talk the first week and could only have a liquid diet followed by six weeks of soft foods that required no chewing. (applesauce, yogurt, mashed potatoes… was my favorite)
We moved to Georgia a few months following this surgery. My hopes of feeling better and getting relief from my constant headaches and body aches
I’ll never forget when we first moved to Georgia, I was called as Primary president and as I sat in the Bishops office, as he was extending the call to me, I cried and cried. It was very hard for me to share with him the physical pain I felt on a daily basis. I was just sure as I shared with him my pain, that he would realize that this calling was probably not a good idea. I was so bold as to tell him maybe he should consider someone else. He kindly stated, he had felt like I was to be called to this position, but I needed to go and get my confirmation as well. As Kirk and I drove into our garage, coming home from the church, I felt peace and I called the bishop and told him I would accept the calling. As I re-read some of the blessings Dad had given me, he had stated more than once, that as I served my family and served in church service callings that I would be blessed and the Lord would strengthen me.
Before I knew it, Spencer was old enough to go to kindergarten. To top it off, kindergarten here in Georgia was all day. I took this pretty hard, for this was not at all how I had planned my life. I always thought I would have more children, but because of my accidents and the pain I dealt with, I had postponed having another baby. Now, my
I prayed to Heavenly Father pleading for comfort and peace. The thought came to my mind, “Serve the women in your ward”. My husband gave me a blessing, I had not told him of the thoughts I had felt but as he gave me the blessing he told me to use this time in serving the sisters in the ward. The following week as I served in the primary a sheet was passed around. It was asking for sisters to sign up to visit two particular sisters in the ward
I began visiting her a couple times a month. In the beginning, it was actually very depressing. Her apartment was in the basement and it was dark, her curtains were always closed. She had many animals and so her apartment did not smell so good. Sometimes it was hard to know what to talk about. I would ask her a lot of questions and I found out a lot about her life. From the beginning, I would give her a hug when I left. I made her bread, took her donuts, took her a painting project that we did together, took her to the doctor, and picked up her dog from the vet. She was always kind and honest with her feelings. As she began trusting me, she told me of her life. We laughed and we cried.
It had been a few weeks since I had visited with her. I was putting on my makeup and I began reflecting on her. I had this incredible feeling of “love” come over me, as I thought of her. I thought to myself that I needed to make sure that the next time I saw her that I tell her how much I loved her. That same afternoon, I received a phone call telling me that she had passed away. I was devastated. I cried and cried. I wondered
I continued to seek out doctors to help me in my quest of regaining my health. A chiropractor specializing in soft tissue helped me tremendously by getting my muscles out of spasms. Although, it was always a constant battle because of the damage that had been done. My jaw was still very temperamental but it was stabilized. My
I had finally received a settlement from my car accident and after reading many books on the effect of mercury poisoning and offering many prayers requesting Heavenly Father’s guidance. I felt driven to venture down to Florida. I had four root canal teeth pulled and the mercury all taken out of my teeth. Dr. Minkoff, the medical doctor did a new treatment called Prolotherapy which was injections into the back of my head and neck and back to help heal my damaged ligaments. It was a bit painful, but it’s amazing what one can do with the hope of relief from pain. My neck became more stable and my headaches started little by little becoming less and less. I became very endeared to this doctor. He was a very caring man and I could tell he wanted to help me find relief. I went down once a month for almost a year. Dr. Minkoffhelped me detox my body after the mercury removal. They had tested me before I started getting the mercury removed and I tested very high for mercury in my body.
Dad had always assured me in his blessings that he gave to me that my pain would be “resolved, but it may be awhile. He blessed me with a “patient heart, with the continued power to wait upon the Lord, and in waiting, he said to not stop and do nothing but to do all that I could do.” He told me that the Lord would know when the appropriate time would be to give me the blessing I desired. He always assured me that as I would move forward doing what my heart imparts to me by way of caring for my family, discharging my church service callings and looking after my other responsibilities that I would have, that the Lord would in his time give me additional blessings. I did always carry on with the responsibilities of my family and church callings even amidst much pain that was not necessarily visible but very real and very draining. My Heavenly Father did not immediately take away my burdens, but he lightened them and made me’ strong enough to handle them. (Similar to the Nephites in the Book of Mormon who was in bondage to the Lamanites) My headaches now come sometimes but they leave also. They never used to leave!!!.
My kids are growing up too fast. They have thrived living here in Georgia. Kirk really loves his job. He and our brother-in-law, Sam Allman own their own training company. Their largest contract is with Mohawk Industries. Chase graduated:
Travis is a junior in High School. He is so fun to have around. He is always happy and very kind, giving and thoughtful. He is enjoying playing football also. Jenaca is
I feel Heavenly Father’s blessings as Kirk and I have strived to raise our children righteously even amongst all of our shortcomings. Kirk and I have been married now for 20 years. Can hardly believe it. We have a very good relationship. He still brings happiness wherever he is. Just expect to hear laughter if he is around. He is an incredible listener and is very conscientious
I hope through my writing that my posterity will be able to see and feel the strength I feel f frommy Heavenly Father. My simple testimony is growing in very real ways. Heavenly Father helps and strengthens me to be the best I can be and as I do all I can do
The Williams Family
All Is Well
The Girls Gather
Wedding Day-Tammy & Kirk
She’s Thinking: “I Got My Man!
He’s Thinking: “Boy, what
This Is The Smile I Will Use To Get My Man
Watch me put my skills to work!
I Learned Young To Get What I Want
Dad couldn’t resist this magnificent little girl of his – then even before Tammy realized the
If The Smile Didn't Work, Then This Will
Tammy never did figure out how gorgeous she was (and still is) with end result pulling Kirk into her life.