Nicole’s sanity was granted its angel wings on June 7th, 2011, although there is some debate over whether or not it passed on before then (maybe around the time she got married). Its final days with Nicole were spent making good, logical decisions, behaving in a respectful and respectable way, having good memory, and not yelling at everyone in her family for everything. Nicole’s sanity touched many, in small ways, throughout its short, yet very memorable life.
The life of Nicole’s sanity would seem by many to have been cut too short; but to Nicole, who had experience both living with and without it, she knows it left an indescribable mark on her. Nicole’s sanity understood that the quality of reasonable and logical thoughts and actions provided far exceed the quantity of its time in Nicole’s life. Its ability to keep Nicole out of the looney bin brought so much joy to Nicole and her family.
Although it was so tiny and frail, it gave us all such courage and hope and reminded us of the preciousness of life. It loved to rock and swing. It could spend hours rocking in a favorite chair while cuddling close to those it loved so much. It enjoyed music and reading stories.
Nicole’s sanity is survived by Nicole herself, her husband, Josh, and her three children, Payton, Weston, and Harper.
In lieu of flowers or donations, condolences may be given verbally or mailed to Nicole’s family, who have and are continuing to struggle with no longer having Nicole’s sanity in their lives.