This void I feel .. its as if time is standing still with a big gaping hole where you, Auntie Jane occupied .. because I cannot say I remember a time when you were not a part of my life. My earliest memory was seeing you getting on the back of a truck with a bunch of friends and chanting to go watch a Canon Yaounde football game at Omnisport stadium .. so much energy, so much joy ‘:__:;. Then the milestones .. graduation .. L&Y’s birth .. You were the 1st to get a glimpse of them .. so much love ..
Even when you were telling me off .. l knew and felt it was coming from a place of unconditional love .. your inspirational way of showing your love for God ..
Auntie Jane, I look at pictures of you now, and I struggle with my expectations in denial hoping I will be seeing and hugging you soon .. the pictures have gone still .. frozen in happy memories and I am grateful for them .. the joy they bring and the sweet longing that will always linger because you were such a fantastic auntie inside and out.
You always amazed me at how much talent and ‘a can do attitude’ you had to go with it .. from jewelry making to soap creations, lotion and oil scents and even up to the last few months you had this determination and fire in your energy to still show me how you made soaps and we indeed created some beautifully scented batches ..
Auntie Jane, I will miss your smile, joie de vivre energy and ‘anything is possible’ attitude. You were an incredible sister, mother, wife, aunt and friend.
Auntie Jenjen, may you rest in perfect peace in God’s heavenly bosom next to all our beautiful family angels ..

love you forever