For almost every day he was gone, Vei Toa could probably tell you what her son was doing.
Since the first one came last year, she has stored every email and every letter inside a scrapbook of memories intended to be a gift that she will now never be able to give.
“It’s about a year’s worth of letters,” Toa said. “So, this is Miller from beginning to end.”
Her son, Miller Toa, 20, wasn’t supposed to be coming home to Layton from his mission in Micronesia for another year, but his service was cut short on Wednesday