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
Merry Christmas Mandy and Ed. Love to you, Hudson, and the Penguin.
Merry Christmas, Ed and Mandy. What a beautiful video. Thank you.
Merry Christmas -- You are a beautiful family! This video will mean so very very much to the Penguin! You are so wise to keep such a wonderful photographic journal of your beautiful daughter. Thank you for sharing. Mariann
Thinking of you and Ed on this day that is so sad, and should be so joyous. May Hudson's spirit be with you as you travel, and may the Penguin squirm and wriggle with merriment and glee in it's warm little cave. Merry Christmas to you all.
Love to you Mandy and Ed, and Merry Christmas. Thinking of you and your girl today, and hoping you are having a wonderful time in Paris.
christmas gifts all around all awake a precedent hard and strange at the onset but each will find a better way to love so to remain...amandawhat a gift the moments we share ..when dad told me (having spoken to you on christmas day)that you really needed that coat i could only smile and speak of how the history of that coat keeps us together(on christmas day)we are near each other while far away ...in absencewe all felt the presence ofsister and brotheraunt and uncledaughter i as a brotheruncleand fellow child celebrate through the depths of mourning through the wet cold dark...i find the post christmas morning warm...may we easily feelthe warmth of the sunthrough every veilohh how we may and will i love you four for ever as in always bring a fifth sixth seventhand on each and all each would help me recall the heaven in the heart
overanalysis or simple observationeither...orthis poem is formy subjectivebecausebesidethe word daughter i meant to write sonas ed is a great son to any fatherso amazing so good to feel how we know each other i love you ed
I have been reading your blog for several months now (1st when you wrote of losing your journal). I am a mom to a seven year old son and I live in SC. I don't comment on blogs. that being said, I also read a site called Babble under the Blog section Home/Work, and a blogger on it, Katie Allison Granju. She lost her 1st born child(17)in May and has 3 other children, the youngest born 5 weeks after the death of her son. As I was reading her blog tonight, after reading yours, I felt compelled to comment. I can't really explain, but I hope you will check out her blog. She also has a personal blog, Mamapundit.com. I hope you've experienced some joy anmd peace in Paris this Christmas. I can not imagine how you must feel and pray to God that I never experience it.
Thinking of y'all this Christmas season.