Honored Kid

Joshua John Wayne Moulton

Joshua John Wayne Moulton Kid Photo


Weatherford, OK, US


Acute myeloid leukemia (AML)

Date of Diagnosis

July 2011


Passed away

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My Story

We didn't even know that Joshua was sick until the day that he was rushed to the hospital and we we're told that he had Leukemia, and then in the next few hours he passed away. He lived his life to the fullest, he lived each day like it was his last! The last week we had with him before he went to go visit his Grandparents he told his younger brother that he could have all his Speed Cars (Disney Cars) he only wanted to hold on to his special Speed car and Sally car, that whole week he was sharing and giving things to his older sister and younger brother. Joshua loved the color orange, but was a big OU fan :) He loved birds and flowers; he was always bringing me flowers that he would find--a romantic at heart. :) He loved to go fishing with his daddy on the boat or by the shore that was their special time together, he loved playing T Ball and he loved soccer, Joshua loved to be snuggled and touched. A special thing that we use to do together was every night I (his mother) would say to him I love you and he would repeat I love you, I would then say "You're Special" and he would repeat "You're Special!" I miss hearing that the most. He is now in Heaven with Jesus and I am very thankful for that fact because he is healthy and whole, no more silent suffering for him. He never once complained about hurting or being sick he only mentioned his foot hurt the last time we we're together and now he is free of all that and I am so looking forward to the day when I get to go see my Lord and Savior and be reunited with my sweet Joshua John Wayne. I love you Joshua, You're Special Joshua.

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