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my birTH
elemenTary SCHool— Caney yearS
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Kayla's Story: Going Home Early

Kayla's Story: Going Home Early

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GOING HOME EARLY
Annette Watson grew up in Caney, Oklahoma and married Ronnie Watson in 1983. They made a wonderful life for themselves in the country, in southeast Oklahoma, where they raised four beautiful children, two by birth, Kayla and Matt (25) and two by adoption, James (22) and Charisma (9). Annette also has a wonderful stepdaughter, Kary Watson Johnson of Dallas, TX.
Annette spent fifteen years working as social worker for the Oklahoma Dept. of Human Services (DHS) in the Child Protection Division and is currently employed as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Life was wonderful until tragedy struck, when a car accident instantly took the life of her beloved daughter, Kayla, in 2004. Kayla was 21 at the time, and on her way back to college at SWOSU in Weatherford, OK, where she played basketball. Through Annette’s heartfelt words, you will experience Kayla’s life and legacy of faith as well as learning how God’s grace helped their family survive the unimaginable pain of having a child “Go Home Early.” Kayla and Matt (25) and two by adoption, James (22) and Charisma (9). Annette also has a wonderful stepdaughter, Kary Watson Johnson of Dallas, TX.

Annette spent fifteen years working as social worker for the Oklahoma Dept. of Human Services (DHS) in the Child Protection Division and is currently employed as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).

Life was wonderful until tragedy struck, when a car accident instantly took the life of her beloved daughter, Kayla, in 2004. Kayla was 21 at the time, and on her way back to college at SWOSU in Weatherford, OK, where she played basketball. Through Annette’s heartfelt words, you will experience Kayla’s life and legacy of faith as well as learning how God’s grace helped their family survive the unimaginable pain of having a child “Go Home Early.”
GOING HOME EARLY
Annette Watson grew up in Caney, Oklahoma and married Ronnie Watson in 1983. They made a wonderful life for themselves in the country, in southeast Oklahoma, where they raised four beautiful children, two by birth, Kayla and Matt (25) and two by adoption, James (22) and Charisma (9). Annette also has a wonderful stepdaughter, Kary Watson Johnson of Dallas, TX.
Annette spent fifteen years working as social worker for the Oklahoma Dept. of Human Services (DHS) in the Child Protection Division and is currently employed as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Life was wonderful until tragedy struck, when a car accident instantly took the life of her beloved daughter, Kayla, in 2004. Kayla was 21 at the time, and on her way back to college at SWOSU in Weatherford, OK, where she played basketball. Through Annette’s heartfelt words, you will experience Kayla’s life and legacy of faith as well as learning how God’s grace helped their family survive the unimaginable pain of having a child “Go Home Early.” Kayla and Matt (25) and two by adoption, James (22) and Charisma (9). Annette also has a wonderful stepdaughter, Kary Watson Johnson of Dallas, TX.

Annette spent fifteen years working as social worker for the Oklahoma Dept. of Human Services (DHS) in the Child Protection Division and is currently employed as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).

Life was wonderful until tragedy struck, when a car accident instantly took the life of her beloved daughter, Kayla, in 2004. Kayla was 21 at the time, and on her way back to college at SWOSU in Weatherford, OK, where she played basketball. Through Annette’s heartfelt words, you will experience Kayla’s life and legacy of faith as well as learning how God’s grace helped their family survive the unimaginable pain of having a child “Go Home Early.”

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