A Sister’s Love

Posted on May 12, 2018 by BrentSmithFH under Uncategorized
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dear sis,
I wish heaven had visiting hours. well, we all do. I know you’re up there just flying and dancing around and just a big bundle of joy. but oh, how I wish that we could’ve had so many more years together. not a day goes by that I don’t miss your beautiful face. I know you made a beautiful angel. I always thought about your wedding day and how I would be one of your brides maid’s and just seeing your husbands face light up as you walked down the isle. I also always thought about in the future how amazing it would feel to have mini Bailey Ashlynn’s running around the house. I had so much more to tell you, more memories to make with you. it sucks that you’re gone so early. BUT I thank God for every single moment we ever texted, talked, hung out, and even argued. I love you so much Bailey Ashlynn Davis. I am so excited to see you one day and the fact that I know you’re watching over me makes me so happy and that I will see you when i see you.    Fly High 💙

Written by Bailey’s baby sister, Kaitlynn

Besides losing you, the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do this side of heaven was to tell your big brother, Brandon and both of your little sisters, Kyleigh & Kaitlynn, that you had left this earth & gone to be with Jesus. The turmoil within me and the pain I knew it would cause was unbearable. You would be so proud of them and the way they have each handled the storm in the midst of their pain. Our family has always been close knit but this, by far, has woven our seams even tighter! I wish heaven had visiting hours too…
“If heaven wasn’t so far away
I’d pack up the kids and go for the day…
Tell ’em we’d be back in a couple of days
In the rear view mirror we’d all watch him wave
And losing them wouldn’t be so hard to take
If heaven wasn’t so far away”…
We LOVE you and we MISS you, not a day goes by that we don’t think of you, our sweet Boo!
Love, ~Mumlola~ & Kev’s

BrentSmithFH

Brent Hill; born in Oklahoma, raised in Missouri and moved here from Louisville, Ky. My parents were in the ministry so I'm a proud preachers kid "PK" and have worked and been around the funeral business all my life. Family: God has blessed me with my beautiful wife Connie, five daughters, one son, six grandkids, two dogs and one grand dog. I am licensed Arkansas Funeral Director, certified Crematory operator, and Arkansas Life and Health insurance agent. Smith Family Funeral Homes one of our values and purpose is to "share the love of Christ through our actions with those we serve. In 2000 I started worked for the Smith family and have been so blessed to have made so many relationships with families and pastors we have served down through the years. Working funerals I also take care of all the websites, facebook , instagram, and twitter accounts for the funeral home.

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