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September 08, 2012

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Smalltown Me

The loss of a young person is devastating. I know. Today a song on the radio reminded me of my nephew. I cried in the car. My heart breaks for Anna and everyone who has lost a young loved one.

Jason

So heartbreaking! Very sweet of you and the others to remember him this way.

Jenrantsraves

My heart goes out to them. I hope their day was filled with happy memories of Jack.

lanes

So heartbreaking.

Busy Bee Suz

Thinking of Jack and his family today and always. His story is fresh in my heart.

Karen (formerly kcinnova)

I remember your post last year-- it and the one that Suburban Correspondent wrote is what sent me to Momastery and then to Anna's blog. It was so unfair, so tragic, so awful... and it could have been any one of us in her shoes. She has walked in her grief with such grace. Rare bird sightings now make me think of Jack.

I wish I had read this sooner in the day, instead of late at night. This is the last blog I am reading tonight, but I will turn out the light as I think of this family of 4 missing the physical presence of one.

shrink on the couch

So painful to think about let alone live through
A reminder that any given moment with our children could be our last. I hope Jack's family finds comfort in these gestures of support.

chaussures de football

Gratë janë tani në rritje dëshirën për të ndjekur bukurinë për të ardhmen më pak, mund të jetë ekspozuar ndaj lakuriqësi. Mund njerëzit të shohin ju njerëz shikoni në këtë gjithashtu është një art.

Green Girl in Wisconsin

The worst kind of thing for a mom to experience.

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