SANDI LORAINE COBB
July 29, 1982 + May 3, 2003



Sandi Loraine "Muffin" Cobb was born very early that hot July morning. She was always an early bird. To say she was beautiful is an understatement, because it was the beauty on the inside that made her beauty shine through on the outside. Sandi was the most loving little child. She was my "muffin." She always helped others out giving them the shirt off her back or any money she had. She was very protective too, of her older sister. At the age of 6 months old, she raised her little fist at our friends at the time, when they goosed her sister as she passed by, walking to get something to drink. I can still see her in my mind doing this and it makes me smile. My Muffin, always had a smile on her face and if she didn't, well, you knew some one was going to get it for sure! Her blue eyes danced when she laughed or smiled, as you can see here in this picture.I love those little dimples when she smiled. She was always helping others no matter what the problem was. Everyone came to Sandi for advice, even me on occasion.She was very wise, to be so young. We had long talks into the night sometimes till early morning. She never was afraid to be seen with me as she got into Jr.High of High School like most young teens are. Every morning when I dropped her off, she would kiss me and give me a hug. She was on the J.V Drill team and the Head Captain of the Maroon Brigade in High School. She was the captain of the little league cheerleaders also. She loved to find lizards and bring them to me because she knew that I didn't like them!She loved the little frogs as well as she loved lizards. She had a very good sense of humor my Sandi Rain did. She was always creeping up behind me to frighten me. She got he biggest kick out of that. She was my best friend, as well as my daughter. We shared a love like no other. I miss her so very much. I miss our talks, sharing a cup of coffee in the mornings, her hugs and most of all, her voice saying; "Moma, I love you. Don't cry, it will be alright." She may be gone to others, but never to myself, her sister or her beautiful baby girl, whom Sandi and Jesus left here, so that my arms wouldn't be so empty. Sandi loved everything I did. Elvis, rock and roll, country, old movies and just hanging out with her moma. I long for her, miss her still and our love will be with me forever until I see her again with Jesus in Heaven. Rest well my sweet muffin. I love you now and then some. Lovin You Always and Forever, Moma, Maddisson, Chasity, Vince and the rest of our family. It isn't the same without you here baby, never will be again

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