Saturday, October 31, 2009




  1. Hi how are you?

    I was looking through your blog, and I found it interesting, and inspiring to me, so I thought why not leave you a comment.

    I too have a blog that I use out of Southern California here in San Diego.

    Mostly it's a collection of artistic expression, and I have many friends with the same interests, maybe you can become my friend, and follow, and I can also follow you, if that is okay.

    Well I hope to hear from you soon, and or read about you….LOL


  2. Debbie, that's a lovely post for dear Amy. I know you are grieving and many of us here in blogland are as well, we ALL love your Amy! I do hope each and every day the pain eases a little more for you, and I know it takes a long time for that, but know that so many of us love you and are thinking of you and your family, take care of yourself. Hugs, Carmen

  3. Thinking you you Debbie and all your family. The pain will heal of course but you will never forget. Blessings

  4. Your pain will soften in time & of your loss ... but your love & memories will forever be held close to your heart & cherished. May Amy have eternal peace ... prayers are lifted still for every single family member at this time in their grieving. TTFN ~ Marydon

  5. I was thinking of Amy today especially, since she loved Halloween so very much. How she wanted to go as Dorothy this year. I know that life goes on, but this year, I am taking time just to grieve, we don't get trick-or-treaters ever so it's not like I'm depriving any kids of anything, just didn't want to do the whole punkin-carving thing or anything. Next year I'll carve a punkin for Amy and hope she will spot it from Heaven.

  6. Debbie, we are never the same in this kind of loss as we were before they passed on without us. Time heals, but love remains always...and touches your heart again and again. I'm sure you've others have passed on before, but not affecting quite the same.

    Love to you, Debbie...and keep those heart eye's of yours open. I believe whole-heartedly that The Lord allows special little gifts of love from their hearts to our own if only we can see them through the tears. I've seen them, Debbie, from my mother...I will have to write a post about it when I have the opportunity because I have no doubt of this.

    His love is greater than any we could ever imagine here, and He reaches in to the depth's of our needs in perfect timing.


  7. Dear Debbie, Blessings to you and your family on this Halloween Day, one of your Amy's favorite holidays. I will remember her in my prayers and praise tomorrow for All Saint's Day at church. I know your faith is strong, as strong as your love, but I cannot imagine your grief. I, like so many, have read and hoped and prayed and grieved along with you in this journey; I just wish we could find words that would ease your pain. My heart aches for you.

  8. Bless you Debbie. And blessings for Amy on this Halloween. We all think of you and grieve with you. I lost my brother from cancer at a young age (early 40's) and I miss him every day.

    Take care, sweet friend.


  9. Thinking of you...I am so sorry for your loss...but you are right, you will see her again and isn't that the most wonderful promise that God's son has given us..

    Hugs to you.

    I remember when my mother passed from cancer. It was so painful and so hard on all of us left here to mourn her loss...but I knew where she was and I knew she was finally out of pain...comfortable and happy...with Jesus.

    Trust and Believe HIS promises...that will see you through all of this.


  10. You will never ever forget her - she loved Halloween and this would make her happy. What a lovely tribute to a lovely woman!

  11. Just wanted you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time for you. Love you. Hugs, Marty

  12. God Bless you Debbie, I'm sure the holidays are going to be excruciating for you and your family. Amy must be so proud of her Mama, for her kindness, her compassion and her strength. I don't think any Mother could have loved a child through an ordeal with as much grace as you did. I'm sure you were her sunshine in the darkness. Take care and know we are all here still praying you find the strength you need to continue on and heal when the time is right.

    Thank you for taking the time from your day to stop in and say hello, it meant the world to me and is much appreciated.


  13. Happy Halloween to Amy Dawn. So many people have followed her throughout the blogosphere, I think we all feel like we knew her, thanks to the beautiful way in which you have shared her with all of us.

    God bless all of you!

  14. my heart aches for you, but we have hope in the Lord.

  15. Thinking and praying for you Debbie. I am so sorry you have lost your dear Amy on this earth, but I know you will again see her. For now she is your angel.

  16. We knew Amy but a little while but loved her just the same. Our tears were mixed with all of yours. Your words are so wonderful to her! Bill and Kerrie

  17. When I lost my father, my aunt, who is a very strong Christian, told me this: "The bond between a father and a daughter can't be broken by death." She smiled as she said it, almost mocking the idea of death having any strength to it. At the time, the words seemed sweet, but they did little... now, 12 years later, they ARE my bond with my father.
    I really hope those words can help you right now. ::love and hugs to you::

  18. Hi Debbie,
    I just wish I could just put my arms around you and hold you! my heart is so broken for you and your beautiful family if i could take this pain away i would, but I know as you know the One that will. He has given you His blessed hope, and knowing you as I have gotten too, that you are clinging to that.

    You are still going about your Father's business thru out blogland, just like you did for me yesterday when you took the time out from your grieve to comfort me. I will never be able to thank you enough for your encouraging words.
    I may never get to meet you here on earth, but one thing for sure, I am going to make sure I look you and Amy up in heaven, You and Amy ministered to me so many times,

    It seems like words are just not enough, but please know that you and your family have been and will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.
    All my love,

  19. Happy Halloween, sweet Amy. Not a day has passed, that you haven't been in our thoughts. We continually thank you for sharing your life and letting us better understand the importance and love for family and friends.

    When Alexey returns from her friend's house tomorrow,and evening sets upon us..she is taking her telescope out on the walk way. There she will search the heavens and pick out the Brightest Star, naming if "Amy's Star". Thank you Amy, for continually showering your family & friends with love and compassion.

    Debbie, I have a small box coming your way. I hope the enclosed will help ease some of the grief.

    Until then...
    Blessings from Texas, where the moom is shining bright on this warm evening
    Carol and Alexey Rae

  20. Hi Debbie,

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and sending prayers my way for the loss of my brother. I appreciate your prayers and that was very sweet of you. I'm so sorry for the loss of your daughter and I pray that God will comfort you and your family during this difficult time in your lives.

    God Bless,

  21. Hi Debbie, You, Sherry and rest of your family are in our thoughts and prayers every today. Today, Chantal and I are speaking of Amy, due to we know that she loved Halloween. Chantal changed her costume when Amy past away. She decide that only Amy will be Dorothy this year. Hope GOD gives you strength and peace for the loss of Amy. Love and a big hug since VA, Evelyn and family

  22. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Hugs, Patti

  23. HI Debbie,
    I hope in time the pain lessens, but know this that just because the tears seem to flow less or that the pain is less does not mean you miss her less, time does make things seem better but she will never be gone from you, not really, her memory will be there forever!!!You meant so much to her and you just holding her hand meant the world to her you kept her safe and secure.
    God Bless you

  24. Debbie, I think of you and Amy every single day, continuing to pray for your comfort and peace. I know the holidays will be very difficult for you...I just want to send my hugs to you, to cry with you, to be there for you. I can only do it via blogging, but I hope you can feel it, just the same. I pray you are surrounded by loved ones and are receiving much support. I'm thankful that you know the Lord, and are leaning Him in your grief. I can see Amy sitting close to Jesus, happy, painfree, in her new eternal body, and glad she's there. I believe, Debbie, that when we enter Heaven and are with our Lord, we won't look back, we won't be unhappy, we won't be grieving for our earthly home any more...the new home that was prepared for us will be so radiant, so glorious, there will be no more tears. Amy is immensely happy as she walks those streets of gold, where there is no night. In my saddness, I want to rejoice for her. That is my desire too, to be with the Lord forever more. And we will be there, Debbie, praise God for that.

    We all love you so much, and prayers are going up daily for you and your family. There is a void that no one can fill, but I pray that the Lord fill it with His fragrance and His Spirit til you see her again.

    God bless,

  25. Oh Debbie how my heart has ached and cried for you. I have thought about you every single day and prayed that you could feel God's love and comfort as you walk through this season of grief in your life. When we lost our young daughter-in-law I thought my heart would never be the same, and in many ways it hasn't been. But enough time going by really does eventually stop the throbbing and you settle into a place where the pain isn't quite so overwhelming. God is ever faithful and how I praise Him that you have Him to lean on. How my tears fell when you wrote that you want to hug her one more time, as I so understand how you feel. But knowing that one day you will, and that she waits there to greet you when you arrive, has always comforted me so. I will pray that God will hold you in His arms and you will feel His love so strong, until the day you join them in Heaven. Much love and hugs to you, Debbie

  26. Dearest Friend, I have been worried about you and the family and praying that God is giving you the strenght to make it thru this grieving time.
    I thought so many times of the example you and Amy have set for many of us, the love you had for each other and the strenght and determination to make the very best of such hard times. You have made so many friends and displayed so much love and caring for others, you are an inspiration to all of us.
    I grieve also for your loss, but know that Amy is in heaven with our Lord and walking the golden streets without cancer and without pain.
    What a wonderful thing God has promised us when we leave this earth.

    I am here, when you are ready to talk, cry or laugh.


  27. Hi Debbie, Happy Halloween to you and your family! I just know that Amy is enjoying the holiday where she is. She loved it so. She will always be with you even though you can't hold her.You are as always in my thoughts and in my prayers.

  28. I remember you saying she likes Halloween. And she get to have that.

    Missing a love one is hard. But I'm glad to see you today here Debbie.

    Your family took everything day by day and you made the very most of everything in spending time with her. And now . . . day by day Debbie . . . we still take things day by day.


  29. Debbie, you and your family have continued to be in my thoughts and prayers this week.

  30. I'm thinking of you during this time. I can't even IMAGINE what you are going through, but I do so care.

  31. My thoughts & prayers are with you and your family. I'm so sorry for your loss Debbie. I cant imagine the mixed sorrow & joy with the loss of your sweet Amy. But I know she is dancing in heaven with my great niece Sam (11 yrs old a victim of Fanconi Anemia) that died a few days before Amy. I felt in my heart that our Sam was there to greet Amy and take her by the hand with our dear Savior.

    Blessings of love to you, Sherry

  32. Debbie, I'm thinking of you. I didn't get to do Pink Saturday yesterday because of unexpected company, but I thought of you all day. This is a beautiful tribute to Amy. I am hugging you (actually all of you) so tightly in my heart that I hope you can feel it all the way to Oklahoma.

    Love you...


    Sheila :-)

  33. Debbie ~ Prayers and thoughts are still being sent your way. Much love, Caren

  34. Sweet Debbie and family, I am sure your little angel is looking down upon all of you and smiling that you are remembering her on Halloween. I love seeing her smiling face and you sharing your thoughts and feelings with us. We are here for all of you and know that you are in so much pain. One day at a time, one step at a time for as long as it takes, that is how long I will be here for you, as long as it takes. If it takes forever, then we will be friends for a very long time. It is my pleasure. I can not begin to know what you are going thur, the loss and the heartache. I am so very sorry, I want to wrap my arms around all of you. I was able to meet your wonderful sister Sherry at the luncheon for AZ bloggers and for me it was instant friendship. She is a complete jewel and I so enjoyed our brief time together. We plan on seeing so much more of each other and I am looking forward to hearing some wonderful stories of Amy and the family. Her spirit and life will live on, hugs, Char

  35. Hi Debbie
    It will hurt around holidays, but the sweet memories will always remain. Praying for the lord to send you and your family comfort during these awful times.
    Hugs, Ann

  36. Dear Debbie and family, I just wanted to let you know that I grieve along with you. May the Lord hold you all close and may the memories of your sweet Amy sustain you forever.

  37. In time, things will be different than they are now. Not better, perhaps, but different than today. I offer to you a link to the web site I made after my own loss of an adult child:

    Sorrow's Bread

    I share your sadness, I cannot imagine your pain.


  38. dear debbie
    thank you very much by stopping at my blog, I didnt see your message until today since I also have lots of situations regarding to my parents health ,I am taking care of them for 21 years now and they are very delicate of health, my father had cancer and I was the person that took him to the radiotherapy for 50 days, I decided to not take him to the chimio since I think that he will not resist it. My mother almost can not walk and both of them are psychiatric patients, so I have a lot of work and thats why I almost dont have time to be seated writing and posting more pics, but very soon I will try to be more integrated to the blogland family.
    I knew about AMY thru Evelyn, we are friends since several years ago before she moved to live to VA. We keep in touch by phone and my email, anyway , I read a message about AMY and then I knew that she finally be fine and without sorrows and pain. There is not too much that I can say because for this type of feeling there is no words that can fill your heart , but at least I want to let you know that there is people also here in PUERTO RICO that was worried about AMY.

    YES, that far was people praying for your family.

    I hope that you can consider myself as a new friend and count with me in anything that I can be helpul.



  39. Oh Debbie....I didn't know!
    I've been blog absent so much lately. I sat here today reading past posts that I have missed, reading how you have asked for prayers for so many others, including my Roy. I'm so sorry I haven't been here for you. I'm here now, for anything you might need.
    Amy was/is beautiful. You are truly blessed to have been chosen as the one God trusted to give her a wonderful life. You did good.....
    Much Love, Lilly

  40. Debbie, 14 years ago today my son, passed away. He was 26 years old....this time is so raw and painful as you grieve your darling Amy, and Debbie you will grive and miss her the rest of your life but there will come a time that acceptance seeps into your heart and when you search to find the good it comes knowing you will be together again in God's time. Hang in there my friend, I have been praying for Amy and your family for a long time now and will continue to do so. Take comfort in your Faith and Family and knowing how much you and Amy loved each other......:-) Hugs

  41. I know your only comfort must come in knowing that your sweet girl is now healed and no longer suffering. She must be smiling great smiles from Heaven.

    I am holding you so close in my heart and prayers.

    Love to you, dear Debbie.

  42. Debbie, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during your loss of your sweet angel Amy. Sending you Lots of ♥♥♥ & great big huge hugs...

  43. Debbie, I think of you and your Amy every day! My thoughts and prayers are with you. Sending you hugs.


  44. Debbie,
    The picture of Amy in her white flowing dress on the green meadows like Ireland and the white horse stay with me every day. Grief is such a difficult thing. I pray that the Lord surround you and your family with His grace to see you through.
    Blessings, Karen

  45. I once heard that it was considered sac-religious to say good-bye. It was supposed to be a shortened version of God be with you. But you didn't dare leave God out of the phrase. Somehow in moments like this it kind of seems appropriate. Though Amy is not here, take comfort in knowing that God is with her. Good-bye's are not easy, but they can be full of hope.

  46. As you go through all these firsts without your darling daughter, I shall be praying for you and for your family. God bless you and here is an Angel hug back at you. ((hugs))

  47. My heart is crying for your family and you Debbie. I pray you feel the hugs of comfort and peace from all those that have followed your sweet Amy's final days..and also that you find comfort knowing she is whole again, without pain walking with our Lord. God Bless...

  48. Dear Debbie...

    I'm sending you a hug and a prayer for God's comfort. I'm so very sorry. Your Amy was one very special girl. I was always taken with her courage, strength and faith.


  49. Dearest Debbie
    I am so, so very sorry about your loss of your girl...I wish I could reach through he computer and hold you.I and Mr.B will pray for you and your family.
    My heart breaks for you my dear.

  50. Holding you in our thoughts and prayers.

  51. Loving you just thinking of your heart and hoping to hold your tender soul in an embrace

  52. It is true we never stop missing the ones we love dearly. I am saying a prayer that God grant you and your family the strength to go forward in your life, it never gets easy, when a loved one is taken, especially Amy's long term suffering that you endured, seeing her then and picturing her now in the presence of God and loved ones that have gone on before, she will be waiting for you and remember eternity is just a blink of the eye.

  53. Hi Debbie, I loved your tribute to your daughter--even though it is still 'raw' I'm sure --since it's only been a short time. My sweet brother died on Oct. 2--and I am doing what I can to keep his memory alive.

    God Bless You ALL.

  54. Debbie,
    I wanted to send you a card but I can't find your address. I am so sorry to hear that Amy has passed on. I hope that your memories of your Amy will bring you comfort. Bless you and your family.

  55. Howdy Debbie
    Sending you some big loving hugs from Texas with lots of prayers too !
    Think of you daily and continue to pray that you will go forth one step at a time sister .
    God bless you today and every day as you do go forward into uncharted territory .
    May God heal the pain and restore your physical body as well as nurture your beautiful spirit.
    So glad to see the post for Amy :)
    I wish I knew how to fast forward you through this time but just hold on to God and He will carry you to the other side.
    The Lord bless you in new creative ways that you did not even know to ask for today .
    All my love to you and yours.

  56. Hi sweetie!

    Thank you for droppin' by the Yaya! I wish there were words for me to say to help ease your pain, but I have none---except please know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers!


  57. Debbie, I'm dropping by to let you know I'm thinking of you today and every day. I'm also sending you big hugs and lots of love. We're here for you...



  58. Debbie
    I can not thank you enough for stopping by my site and leaving the most beautiful comment that anyone could write to another. Especially during this time when others should be comforting you.
    Your comment could not have come to me at a better time. I was feeling low after leaving the doctors office but when I looked on my site and found your comment I cried knowing that God had sent you to me. What a blessing I have received in you finding my site.
    I left you a message on my site for you but wanted to visit your site and it is a lovely beautiful site as I know that you are too.
    May God hold you tight through all of this and please know that I am here for you day or night.I will lift you, Richie and all of your family in prayer that God will give you some kind of peace knowing that you and Amy will be together in his presense one day.
    Debbie I really feel like you were sent to me like an Angel. I truly am looking forward to getting to know you.
    After looking over all the other sweet thoughtful comments I saw how much you are loved and that makes me want to know you even more.
    Also Debbie thank you from the bottom of my heart for praying for my sweet Kaci who has JD.
    May God Bless you honey

  59. I am still thinking about you and your family. Prayers. Sandie

  60. Dear Debbie, I am so sorry for your loss of your sweet Amy. My heart goes out to you and I keep you in my thoughts and prayers for the days ahead. I know Amy is with many angels.
    Blessings always and sending you hugs.

    Love to you, Celestina Marie

  61. My Dearest Debbie,

    I first want to say how heartbrokenly sorry I am to read and learn about your darling daughter Amy.

    Oh sweetie, I know that there are NO words that will truly help ease your loss, pain, or broken heart, YET, please know I will be keeping you and your family in my prayers.

    I can not imagine what you have gone through, much less, everything you and your family are going through now.

    I know your heart has been torn from you, but I know our precious Lord will help to mend and strengthen your heart over time.

    You shall never forget, and your heart will always long for your sweet Amy, but I know God will hold you closely, wrap you in HIS love and comfort, and carry you all through this.

    I will be praying for you my new friend.
    My heart just breaks for you....

    Thank you for your sweet and kind words on my blog. I learned 19 years ago, after my younger brother passed away, and I watched my parents grieve themselves so terribly, that holding my own babes closely, cherishing each and every moment, and etching everything into the stone tablets of my memory, and never take anything for granted. I adore and cherish my hubby and my two children, more than words will every be able to tell, and I hold every moment I get to spend with, as a treasured gift from God.
    Again....Thank You for your sweet words my new friend. Remember I am praying for you! should you ever need anything Please do not hesitate to let me know. Feel free to use the email link on my blog to contact me.....AT ANY TIME!

    With all my Love & Prayers for you,

  62. Just wanted to let you know I am praying for you this morning

  63. Debbie, I was just thinking about your family today and wondering how you are doing. Any words I can say to you are inadequate. Please just know you are in my heart.


  64. Dear Debbie I came by earlier and was unable to comment because of a computer snag.

    Lots of love to you.

  65. Debbie
    My day was complete yesterday after finding your note on my site. I so look forward to you writing me. It's like I am in kindergarden again and passing notes to my girl friends.
    First thank you for always praying for us public servants we do need your prayers and appreciate them very much.
    So you have a maine coon cat too. I never heard of them until my son told me that was what I had. I do so love my Tinkerbell she is very spoiled and such company (when she needs some scratches under her neck)
    Debbie you say the kindness things to me so please don't stop. hahahahahaha Seriously you are tooooo kind. But I love it. One day soon you will have my energy as you mentioned but honey right now you just need rest and lots of it. Also you need to go to my site and sign up to win my chocolate. It will give you lots of energy.
    Seriously though I am not full of energy I just do what I have to do to survive. It's amazing what one does when their alone. They get their tush up and keep going.
    Hugs and prayers to you today

  66. Hi Debbie,
    So glad you dropped by my blog. Thanks for your sweet comment. I have been thinking about you. I noticed on your blog you like HGTV. I love HGTV and Food Network. I am painting this TV cabinet turned hutch, I am almost done. I added bead board inside and painted it a bright color, so come by in a few days and see it.
    You are in my prayers,

  67. Debbie it's so nice to meet you. I am so sorry to have heard the news about Amy. She was a wonderful person and will be missed by many.

    My prayers are with you and your family at this time sweet lady.

  68. *tight tight hugs*
    I'm soooo sorry for your loss. How strong you have all had to be and how strong was Amy also. I can only imagine your feelings and thoughts of the pain that she is no longer in for she is in a good place.
    Be grateful for wonderful memories that I hope will guide you through this very very difficult time.
    I wish for you comfort...

  69. Hi Debbie, I am just stopping by to let you know that I am thinking about you and am praying too.

  70. Good morning Debbie,
    Just a quick note to let you know I am thinking about you this morning and praying too that you have a really good day.
    What are you doing today? Hope its something good.
    I am at the sheriffs office job today. Thought I would write you while things were quiet. Probably jinxed myself for saying that.
    Debbie I want you to know that when you compare me to your sweet Amy that is such a compliment and am very flattered you see a resemblance in she and I. From everything I have read and seen on your site very beautiful and courageous young lady. Anytime you want to share stories about her please do. I love hearing them.
    So glad you entered my giveaway. You know Debbie I just wanted to do this giveaway because everyone on here has been so sweet to me.
    Guess I should do my job and get busy

  71. Dear gracious heavenly Father, we ask that you wrap your loving comforting arms around this family as they mourn the loss of their beloved. May their beautiful memories of their Beautiful Amy comfort them for a lifetime as they are also comforted by knowing that they will see her again in your glorious home in heaven. In Jesus Name, Amen.

  72. Debbie, there are no words that I can say at this time that will heal your pain. Your Amy was and is a precious gift from God. She was beautiful and you are a wonderful, sweet, loving Mother. God Bless you and your family.

    My only son, who is one year older than Amy, is a cancer survivor, but now suffers from Crohns disease. He is with us, and I would not have it any other way. I am going to go hug him right now and tell him how much he means to me.

    Thanks for allowing us to read about your Amy.

  73. Debbie, it isn't that you will ever accept Amy's being gone ... time is the healer with prayer only to learn to live without her. When my Sean died it took me a very long time to learn to think this way. My heart breaks for you Debbie, truly it does ... I remember how many times habits brought me nearly to my knees, such as calling Sean for dinner or setting the table for 4 children instead of now 3 ... then I got involved in 'things' that kept me busy to fill that void & broken heart. I wish, unlike you, that I could have known Sean as an adult to have special precious memories ... tho I treasure those sweet wee child moments as if they were yesterday. How blessed you are that God allowed Amy to spend a long time on this blessed earth & to give you moments to treasure & cling to forever. Amy is in your heart & soul, Deb ... just give time a chance to make the pain soften & allow God to help you heal, cause He sure will. Without Him we are nothing, Deb ... He is kind & patient & understanding.
    Hugs, Marydon

  74. I wish there was something to say ....but I know there isn't anything to stop the pain. So I will tell you the one thing that I was told when my folks passed that didn't cause me more pain....Debbie I am so sorry for you and your family. So very sorry......

  75. Good mornig sweet Debbie
    It is your friend Maggie again wish you a good day and hope you are well.
    My first love lived in Durant or actually Bokchita OK and I have been wanting to ask you what part of Okla are you from.
    You are in my thoughts and prayers today. I am at the sheriffs office and have already lost my cool this morning. I am not as sweet as my candy. I will have to post that part of me one day. hahahaha
    Anyway I love to hear from you it brightens this Texas girls heart.

  76. Debbie,
    My heart aches for you and your loss....You will be kept in my thoughts and prayers as well. Time will heal the acute pain, but time will never let you forget....

  77. Hi Debbie. Your little note only arrived this morning and what a surprise it was. I was so sorry to hear about Amy. I'm glad my card was able to brighten her day and I'm sorry I couldn't have written a longer letter telling her all about Scotland. She was such a beautiful girl and, from reading your blog, I can see she was much loved by everyone.
    I hope that you and your family know that everyone out here in blog land is thinking of you and wishing you less pain every day.
    I never met Amy but through reading Sherry's blog I felt that I came to know her well.

    My thoughts are with you all at this very sad time.

    Hugs to you all.
    Liz X

  78. I am so very sorry for your loss. What a beautiful young woman Amy was. May God comfort you with the love and peace He is so able to give in His abundance. Sending you God hugs and prayers.

  79. Good morning Debbie
    This is your buddy from Texas again just wanting to check on you and to wish you a good day.
    Your last comment said you needed to email me about something. I posted on my site on one of the post but not sure which one
    Hope it is nothing I have said to upset you

  80. Just wanted to leave a note and let you know you and your family are still in my thoughts and prayers.

  81. Hi Debbie,

    I just came across the comment you left on my page. I am so sorry about Amy. I cannot imagine what it is like to lose a child. My mom's name is Debbi. I send you love and wish you peace.


  82. Hi Debbie & family

    Letting you know that we continue to embrace you all in our thoughts and prayers. I have shared the Amy-Alexey story to many of my friends and they were so enraptured by the connection.

    Alexey is now practicing the French Horn.OMG..I need those foam ear plugs. Hubby turns his hearing aids OFF, the dog jumps into his lap, scared out of her wits. It is like the cartoon, Family Circus.

    Promise to do your mailing SIL has been in ICU, suffers from diabetes and had a mild heart attack. So my bags are packed incase I have to fly spur of the moment to Minneapolis.

    Please add Judy to your prayer list..I don't wish her to suffer ..the poor thing has had 5 surgeries since January. Diabetes, like cancer is so aweful.

    Carol from Texas

  83. My heart and prayers are with you.
    God bless and Godspeed in the coming days, weeks and months.

    Please take good care of yourself!

    Big warm hugs,

  84. Debbie: Sorry for your loss, cancer can be a horrible fight and your daughter was much to young.

  85. Oh Debbie, my heart is aching for you. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Much love and thank you so much for your always so kind comments,

  86. Praying always for you and those you love, Debbie. May God continue to surround you with His never failing love this very day.

    I think your new Bloggie name needs to be
    "An Angel Waiting At Heaven's Gate"...

    Blessings and love~


  87. Dear Debbie,
    I am sitting here at my computer with tears welled up in my eyes. These past few weeks I have not been surfing as often and I just want to tell you that I am so very, very sorry to hear about Amy. Honey, I understand every feeling in your body..every fragile moment..every brittle ache in your body. For you are missing her, but just know that she IS WITH YOU and your family - always. God is wonderful - our Father loves all of us - we are His children. He doesn't like to see us hurt, however his shoulders are there to cry every tear on. Just lean on Him. That is how I get through my days. My only regret is that I was never able to be with Jordan when he passed away. But God was with him so I cannot ask for anything more.

    If you ever wish to talk, I am always here to listen. We can cry together. If you email me with your phone number, I can email you back mine.

    Sending a butterfly your way with an angel's kiss on its wings......

    God Bless you,


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