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Remembering my precious son today!

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Today is the third anniversary of my son, Luis's journey to heaven. Today we visited a Memory Walk that is a beautiful area with foliage and a meandering path. Along the path there are stones that have been painted in memory of a loved one. I painted this one in memory of Luis. I miss him so much sometimes I ache and feel physical pain. I am so grateful for his time here on earth that so enriched my life. He will live on in my heart, mind, and soul FOREVER!



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DAWNSJOURNEY 6/26/2013 9:30AM

    emoticon I am sorry for your loss .. I can see it is still hard for you . I hope you spend moments of JOY in your thoughts of your son.. remembering the JOY he brought to this world while he was here.

I will not pretend to know of your pain.. but I do know ones we are connected to have left us with the JOY of having known them while they were here.. Hope you can find those moments today..


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SANDRA2BSKINNY1 6/26/2013 8:27AM

    What a wonderful tribute to your son. emoticon

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EMMACORY 6/25/2013 11:16PM

    Sue, it was a blessing to share this day with you. Luis is proud of you and so glad to have had you for his Mom! Love, June emoticon

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DJ4HEALTH 6/25/2013 10:28PM

    It is hard when you lose a loved one wither it be child, husband or some other relative that you are close to it hurts. Remember this that one day we will see them again.

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MERRYMARY42 6/25/2013 10:09PM

    I feel your pain, but I know you have wonderful memories

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