A chronicle of my journey of learning to live again after the loss of my precious daughter, Hudson, and my attempt to find meaning in her death
Hi Mandy, you don't know me, but I have been reading about Hudson for a little while now. I have never commented, but this post and yesterday's struck me, perhaps even more so than earlier posts. Hudson was a beautiful girl, and she clearly knew how loved she was...I can tell just by how happy she looks in all of your pictures. Please know that people all over are thinking of you, your husband, and your beautiful girl. Hudson's story has inspired me to look for One Good Thing in so many situations. I know that words are not enough, but I also remember you saying that sometimes, you are able to take a small amount of comfort from the comments. Hudson's life will continue to matter and inspire. Thank you for sharing her with us.- Lizzy
Ditto for Lizzy's remarks above and thank you, Mandy, for each time you come back and post and especially when you post a photo you forgot the first time around. Hudson is so treasured and loved by many folks. This photo is a gem! Thank you again.With love,Rebecca
What a dear, dear girl... Such a joyful child ~ she just radiates happiness, and I can see why this pic is one of your favorites.
It IS impossible that a precious creature so alive in all her photos simply isn't. And it's so wrong. Just a note that another loyal follower is thinking of you.
Oh Mandy, I am so sorry. This photo takes my breath away. We need more of her love in this world, not less. I'm so sad that your darling girl isn't here with you.
Oh, she melts my heart. She's just radiant. I am so sorry it's been a whole six months since you've held your sweet girl in your arms. Her love lives on through all of you. What beauty she brought into this world.
I think of all the photos I have seen, this is my very favorite.BIG HUGS,Claire
Loving because she was so well loved, Mandy. Beautiful girl!
What a beautiful loving child.