Kurt Mostert- practically family. spent every Christmas and holidays and just hanging out with the Kennedy's for years. HE is known as Uncle Kurt. He would do anything for you. HE would fix things and make things because it brought him joy to do so. I can't tell you the number of times he fixed our lawn mower. He also loved to joke and tease. It made me crazy but will miss it. I will miss seeing my sister n law Natalie's windshield wipers sticking straight up because it is what they did to each other's cars. I will miss the bantering about how Ford's are better than Chevrolet's and how the Gator's are the best college team on the planet. I will miss how he loved pecan pie and had no understanding how anybody could like pumpkin. I will miss seeing him torture Samson, the dog by getting him all riled up to play with him. I will miss seeing his big Ford truck driving down the road. He could be depended on for anything needed. He loved helping people and he ultimately loved Jesus. So thankful we have the hope that he will only be missed for a little while. Because he no longer has pain. He no longer has to deal with cancer. No longer has to deal with medicines that make him sick. We are sad because we miss him. We have joy knowing that he is up there with Jesus and his mom just worshiping. There is hope that all that put faith in Jesus will get that. That is the thing we cling to and look forward to. That is what makes dealing with this loss bearable.
|Uncle Kurt holding Charlotte Dec 2010|