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June 26, 2005 - 12:02 AM
Melissa Mays from

  I myself like all of you....Am also HURTING! I lost my nephew on July 11,2004. He was 23 yrs old! Yes, I can't believe it's been almost one year since he has passed away. I thought it would get easier but I still cry every day (I am sure many of you do too) but, thanks to web sites like this, we all can express and share all of the qualities that we loved about our beloved one who have gone away "to rest" til Jesus comes back for us then they will never be forgotten.

I also want to compliment the individual(s) who came up with this. It's great, neat, and classy. Thanks and remember......Resting, they are only resting! Take care and I love ya-I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
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June 24, 2005 - 01:17 PM
Cindy from Canada

  I found this site by accident. I was looking for a poem for my best friend that past away July 12, 2002 - so I guess I can say that I understand how you feel. She died in a construction accident instantly. I miss her very much. This is a beautiful site. I can tell that you all loved her very much. She was a very pretty girl and there's no doubt that she's very proud of the effort you put into this website. Thank you for sharing it.
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April 21, 2005 - 11:19 PM
Anne from

  Hello - I came across this site quite by accident, but I think I was led here. I am an oboist, and also a mother. My first child was born only a few months after your Missy. He died just six weeks after his second birthday. I have always thought of him as a little toddler because that is how old he was, but it took some years before I realized that most of the other little children born that same year were growing up to be adults!
What a wonderful tribute to your daughter this website is. As a parent who has lost a child, I know the unbearable grief you must have felt when you lost her. We can heal, but a part of us is changed forever.
In my life, we moved on, as we had to. Four more children came after Allan died, and each one is a blessing.

My favorite memory of Allan also involves the oboe! I was playing the Mozart Quartet for oboe and strings and insisted that Allan should hear a concert at his early age. We were performing in a Cathedral, and I could see my husband put Allan down in the aisle. He could't walk, even though he was 20 months old, but he could crawl - fast! He managed to get to his Mama and pull himself up on my knee, and he said " Mama, awbo, Mama awbo (oboe)".
I'm sure that you have many years of wonderful memories of your Missy. Thank you for letting me write this.
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April 18, 2005 - 10:04 PM
Angela from Hawaii

  "I can have faith that I am where he wants me to be. I know that God will not let anything stop his plan for my life." Such inspiring words from a wonderful woman of God.
I've been thinking about you all for some time now, I look at Missy everyday, as well as your family on my fridge. I shared this site with my friends at work today, they were touched. I loved what Marc had to say about her, it brought tears to my eyes.
I love you all and miss you tons. I wish i could be with my 'second' family like I used to be able to, but Honolulu is too far. :o) God bless, and thank you for all that you have done. Love you all!
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April 17, 2005 - 09:05 PM
DB from Mount Hermon

  Our sovereign Lord's timing is always perfect. Now was His time for this to come forth. What a blessing. We love you! And we love the memory of dear Missy. Marc's description reminds us how "precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints!" He was there to receive her and he holds her in his bosom. What a merciful and caring Lord. He has continued to do the same for you two dear ones, holding you both to His breast and granting you His mercy to carry on. You both mean so much to us, and we will never cease to pray for the Lord's watchcare over you, and for His ways of investing Missy's life into others as long as time shall last. With sorrow mingled with joy, DB
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April 16, 2005 - 08:25 PM
Susan Stopinski from Washington

  There is not a day that goes by, when I do not think of Missy. Her picture hangs on my refrigerator...smiling out at me with her arm around my daughter..faces painted...happy...she will always be that 8 year old little girl in my eyes...shining.

I love you Steve and Wanda...
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April 15, 2005 - 08:30 PM
Jene James from La Mirada

  Dear Steve and Wanda,

My thoughts and prayers are you with you always. I cannot believe it has been 6 years. I still think about Missy and what a wonderful person she was.

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April 13, 2005 - 08:13 PM
CMH from San Jose

  We want you to know we are thinking about your family in an extra special wya this weekend. May the joyous memories of your beautiful Missy warm your hearts and caress your spirits.
We love you.
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April 13, 2005 - 08:11 PM
LD from Los Angeles

  Missy's memory lives on in the lives that God had her touch. Her friendship and strength was such a witness to me, and will always be with me. God is so amazing in how he uses tragedy to teach people about who He is. Then He brings back joy!
I love you very much.
Psalms 20:11-12
You have turned my mourning into joyful dancing. You have taken away my clothes of mourning and clothed me with joy, that I might sing praises to you and not be silent. O Lord my God, I will give you thanks forever!
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April 13, 2005 - 08:08 PM
KH from Palo Alto

  I just wanted to let you know I am with you in thought and prayer in thinking about dear Missy. May God wrap His arms around you. Love and pain are SO deep and so consuming. I love you: May the Lord bring His presence to you these days.
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