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Elaine A. says
I do look forward to the day I am able to meet the people I miss at that pink sunset… I understand.
Jenni Chiu says
Strength. Beauty. Grace.
That’s what I find every time I come here.
Corey Feldman says
Beautiful and comforting to anyone who has lost somebody.
Beautiful. Simply beautiful. She “feels” Hadley in a way no one else can.
Moving and beautiful your simplicity..Your such a good mother to your children…Thanks so much for sharing your kind of words..
I’ve never thought of your loss from the perspective of HER loss…
beautiful picture and words to go with it.
Amy Mak says
This is such a beautiful blog in so many ways. I am very sorry for your loss. Your perspective is something I hope that I would have. May God bless and thank you for being such a great mother to your children. It’s something our world needs. xoxo.
Thank you so much Amy, for stopping by and for your kind words.
erin margolin says
love you, Jessica. HUGS.
Jennie B says
Beautiful. Hope you are finding some peace and time to contemplate this week.
I’m working on it, thank you Jen.
Beautiful and moving in its simplicity. So much love to you all until you are all reunited again.
Much love friend xoxo
Tears on my heart. What a beautiful reminder to meeting again in such magnificent places. Thinking of you and your kids, for surly they feel Hadley’s absence just a deeply in their own ways.
I really think McKenna does. I’m not sure about the others but she seems to be my little lost soul and as she gets older it is hard to help her understand what is hard to understand ourselves.
tara pohlkotte says
beautiful. They will hold their knowledge of their sister womb deep. She is in their shared blood, your shared moments, in eached painted sky. love to you all as you keep her memory so. so beautifully.
Such a beautiful comment from you Tara. Thank you so much for your words.
JDaniel4's Mom says
What a wonderful place to met! I love this picture and the reminder that we will meet those we have lost again.
I love the idea too, it keeps me hoping.
Lady Jennie says
Beautiful picture and quote. I especially like the quote.
Thank you Jennie, my mind is full of words lately so I’ve decided to marry them with pictures.
I think they will always think of Hadley. I don’t think it makes them sad in the way you (and I) are sad. I just wish none of us had to live in a world without our child/children/sibling. Sending hope and hugs. xo
Marsupial Mama says
I lost a sibling too. Not a day goes by….. I’m so sorry for your loss…
It is comforting to hear you say that. Not that I want you to be sad or to have suffered loss but I hope that my children will always think of their sister and help to keep her memory alive. I’m so sorry for your loss as well.
Marsupial Mama says
I’m sorry, I totally misunderstood this post, I could have sworn I saw the word “sibling” somewhere. I thought you had also lost a sibling. I’m so sorry about your daughter. And to be honest, although losing my brother was the hardest thing ever, I live a better life due to his influence and his memories. I always try to do his memory justice, to live in a way to make him proud. So while the loss is extremely difficult, the ways in which people keep the memory alive is pretty cool. I bet your children will always keep coming up with more and more wonderful ways to do it. **hugs**
That’s okay, I actually was talking about how my daughter is dealing with all of this, she seems to “know” what she is missing even though she was so young. I really do appreciate you sharing your perspective.