Nidia Ayala Obituary, Brownsville TX, Nidia Ayala Has Died

Nidia Ayala Obituary, Brownsville TX, Nidia Ayala Has Died

Nidia Ayala Obituary, Death – I continue to tell the tale of how we first became friends up to this day. Super Bowl weekend 2017. Who among us would be crazy enough to agree to embark on a road trip to Austin after knowing each other for only a few days and starting out as total strangers? ME!

We went on many adventures together, such as road drives, trips to the beach, and visits to the raspa stand that was located near your apartment. Before you convinced me to give it a shot, I used to make fun of you since you ate Hot Cheetos with everything.

The random day that you texted me and asked if I wanted to get piercings with you, and I responded with yes and said I was on my way! I never once refused you, and those were some of the most exciting and memorable times of my life. Your family is so kind and kind that it feels like I’ve known them for years, even though we’ve only just met.
“somos del mismo barrio”

We never failed to make each other laugh, even at the silliest things imaginable. We laughed, we cried, and we gained wisdom from one another. I was there for you through all of life’s highs and lows. You were the greatest mother your children could have asked for, and Javi is the best father your children could ask for; he is the one who is going to come through for you and the kids. God inspired me to create a video for you to serve as a gentle reminder that we are always here for you and that we love you very much. I can’t express how appreciative I am that you were able to watch it.