Jordan Mcwilliam Death, Obituary – Jordan Xavier McWilliams, unfortunately lost away in a horrific accident not too long ago, and I am sorry that I have to be the one to break the news to all of you. It is a burden for me to have to be the one to do so. I have to be sincere with you and tell you that the act of divulging all of this information to you has not only left me with a tremendous feeling of loss, but it has also left me wondering what on earth it is that I am going to do next. I have to tell you this because I feel as though I owe it to you to tell you the truth. This is something that has to be brought to my attention.
To start, I would like to offer my most apologies for any trouble that this may create. Please accept my sincerest condolences. Please accept my deepest sympathies on your loss. I have the utmost confidence that you will be able to grasp. He was 19. He was incredibly destined to achieve a lot during the course of his life (how can he not be with a name like that). As a direct result of the fact that he has made it possible for me to express my happiness, I am content with him. I am thankful that he was able to make such effective use of sarcasm because it has provided me with the opportunity to do the same thing.
The reason for this is that I am delighted that he was able to do so. It is a huge weight off my shoulders to learn that he is able to employ sarcasm in such an accomplished way. His extremely acute sense of comedy has completely blown my mind, and the amount of delight that it has caused me is indescribable. My mind has been completely blown by his highly accurate sense of humor. His ridiculously hilarious style of humor totally blew my mind and rendered me completely mute. I have no words to describe it. Because of the amazing amount of compassion that he has given to others as a direct result of the activities that he has taken.
I am overflowing with delight to the point that I can barely contain it. To be able to say that I am his mother is something that I see as both a tremendous joy and a great privilege, and I have promised myself that I will never take this for granted. It is something that I think to be a great pleasure and privilege to be able to say that I am his mother. I will always treasure the fact that I can call myself his mother. It is a title that I will never take lightly.