Remembering Miracles

November 16, 2012 at 10:02 am | Posted in Grief, life lessons, normal?, silver lining | 3 Comments
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Thank you Samantha Murphy for remembering Jake and Sawyer.  Samantha recently started writing, Remembering Miracles.  She writes to ” keep the memories alive of the children who are now walking as angels in Heaven.”  Her blog is “to honor them, and to share their stories, so that they will live on forever, and never be forgotten. But although they are no longer physically here, their spirits live on, and will never fade as they continue to fight for their cause. So come on. Join the fights. Join the remembrance. What have you got to lose?”

I am honored that she wrote about Sawyer.   Remember Sawyer.

And, she wrote about Jake.  Remember Jake.

Samantha you are so very kind, thoughtful and wise beyond your years.  Thank you again for not letting the memories fade.

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  1. Thinking of you today Lanie & Evan. Remembering both of your boys gone too soon. I wonder if all of our babies gone to soon are together, taking care of each other? I wish I knew…

  2. You’re welcome. But thank YOU for sharing your children with me. It wouldn’t have been done without you!

  3. Thanks for the marvelous posting! I genuinely enjoyed reading it, you are a great author.
    I will make sure to bookmark your blog and will come back sometime soon.
    I want to encourage you to continue your great job, have a nice evening!


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