On Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019, Antoinette Williamson, loving mother and wife, passed away at her home in Sandstone. Born Feb. 22, 1959, in Fort Smith, Arkansas, Antoinette Moss was nine months old when she and three siblings were adopted by relatives and moved to South Minneapolis where she was raised.
To all my friends and family. Toni, age 60, my Time Travelling Partner of almost 48 years (married 42 years) transcended peacefully at October 24, 2019 at 1:40 pm in my arms, listening to the song, Suddenly by Billy Ocean at our home in Duxbury, MN.
I know that she was loved by you, including her daughter Nika and her son Junior (Glenford II), and her six grandchildren and other family members and friends.
Toni’s Home Going Ceremony will be Sunday, November 3, 2019, 3 pm at Methven Funeral and Cremation, 114 5th St SE, Sandstone, MN 55072. Details about the repass/gathering which will start at 6pm, will be given at the Home Going Ceremony.
She will be missed!
I used to think that love was just a fairy tale Until that first hello, until that first smile But if I had to do it all again I wouldn’t change a thing ’cause this love is everlasting Suddenly Life has new meaning to me There’s beauty up above and things we never take notice of You wake up and suddenly you’re in love Ooh…ooh…ooh…ooh…yeah… Girl, you’re everything a man could want and more One thousand words are not enough to say what I feel inside Holding hands as we walk along the shore Never felt like this before now, you’re all I’m living for Suddenly Life has new meaning to me There’s beauty up above and things we never take notice of You wake up and suddenly you’re in love Each day I pray This love affair would last forever Ooh, hoo Suddenly Life has new meaning to me There’s beauty up above and things we never take notice of You wake up, suddenly you’re in love Ooh There’s beauty up above and things you never take notice of You wake and suddenly you’re in love Ooh…hoo…hoo…hoo…
Breathe! Do what comes natural.
Enjoy the journey between breaths.
This is absolutely true.
It’s the first and last thing we do in life.
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