Linda Sue McDougall
April 29, 1953 - June 19, 1971
Linda and I lived across the street from each other since we were too young
to cross the street
we would sit on the curb and shout at each other
for hours. Linda always liked to dress up in a cowboy hat. She had the
neatest playhouse and I had the swing set
so we spent a lot of time
together. In 3rd grad thru to 5th, when we all had moved (close together
but not across the street), she and I decided one summer to open a café.
Our menu consisted of grilled cheese, watered down Kool-Aid, pickles and
Chips Ahoy. Our only customers were our younger sisters and they would
not even pay.
McDougall: One of the finest people I knew. She was smart,always happy
,composed and helping others. I wish I had spent a lot more time with
her. She was the coolest ,had much conviction and courage. I remember
talking to her about her Buddist faith one time at a time I was learning
eastern thought and ways. She was a devout Buddist and that needs to be
mentioned because she told me she went to the temple every week sometimes
twice. She had a great family and sister too . I asked her what do your
parents think they are Christian and go to church every week right? She
said they were good with that. We had many fun times together and it was all quality time.
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