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Thanksgiving Reflection

Today, like so many others recently, started quietly. Uneventfully. Sweetly. Three of us snuggled on the couch together, wrapped up in two heavy quilts. On one side, I had Eloise, tucked comfortably into the nook of my elbow, giggling every so often as she watched her daily dose of cartoons.¬†Dorey was cuddled on my other […]

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David King - November 20, 2014 - 10:33 am

Jen, You write so eloquently and with such expression and clarity that your feelings and emotions, without need for provocation, pour out of your words. I don’t know how to take even a portion of your anguish and sadness away from your plate, although I certainly wish I could. Hopefully with time all wounds heal but never completely. But hopefully enough that you’ll find it easier to meet each day, day by day.

It isn’t fair yet still we the living are left to coup with the reality. But I think it’s beautiful that you still account for Hannah sharing your life and experiences as you go along. She’s still alive and will stay that way in your, and your family, and friends thoughts and prayers.

Eloise looks so adorable and lovable; and so full of life and exploration and energy. I can hardly wait to meet her. Hope that when you have time and weather permitting that we can arrange a visit here or there together.

And as always if you have need for anything that we can provide, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Dave & Diane King

Norm & Jeannine - November 20, 2014 - 9:33 pm

Dear Jen,
Your words are most profound and moving.
thank you for sharing your most personal life, we remember so well our sadness in 1970 with losing our little angel, Dougie.
Hang on to your many cherish thoughts of Hannah and make some wonderful and beautiful memories with Eloise.
thanksgiving blessings to you all!
we love you!
Uncle Norm & Aunti Jeannine xoxo

Laura - November 22, 2014 - 10:50 am

Hi Jen, just seeing this blog and thankful to be able to read your message. Thank you for your courage to write your heart. So sorry for the painful journey you are on and praying for you. We will miss seeing you this year. Blessings to you and your beautiful family. Thank you again. Much love, Laura