Wherever you are. . .

December 24, 2013 at 9:34 pm | Posted in Grief, Sawyer | 10 Comments
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Dear Sawyer,

The book, Wherever You Are: My Love Will Find You by Nancy Tillman says it best:

“I wanted you more than you ever will know,
so I sent love to follow wherever you go.”

I hope that wherever you are, my love has found you and that you know how much you are loved.  I miss you so very much.

Sweet Sawyer

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  1. Sending love to you as well.

  2. Gorgeous boy.

  3. We’re thinking of you all … And remembering your little one and the pleasure he brought in the short but significant life…May you all enjoy his spirit in the beautiful lights you’re going to see.

  4. thinking of you and your family xoxo

  5. Beautiful picture. Thinking of you all.

  6. Thinking of you so much and sending all my love to you.

    Julie

  7. Thinking of you with love and good wishes.

  8. Thinking about you. This time of year is so difficult for so many in our corner of the blogging world, but for you it must be so much harder. I can only imagine from my own experiences with the loss of a baby. Thinking about you and your sweet angels.

  9. Sending love your way Lanie. Take care today, be good to yourself.

  10. I was looking back at your posts and saw this one. We have taken great comfort from the works of Nancy Tillman as well. I read “On The Night You Were Born” to our son in the NICU. Sending you kind thoughts.


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