Finally, the day has come. In less than 2 hours I will finally know the fate of the drunk driver who killed my daughter, Amber last April. I hope God gives me the strength to get through this without incident. I'll be all right as long as he doesn't tell me he's sorry, because he isn't. In the past 9 months he has done everything to show otherwise. We had to stop shopping at our local store, eating in our favorite pizza shop, stay out of our own neighborhood, when his neighborhood is in another state. When I close my eyes I can see that defiant smirk on his face, then before the judge he weeps and shakes. I'm praying for the max, which is only 6 years, but, he may only get 3, either way, when he gets out he still has his entire life ahead of him, and my beautiful daughter is gone. I'd appreciate your prayers for Amber today, that she rests in peace. Thank-you, Kathy
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