Monday, October 14, 2013

In Memory of my Youngest Daughter

        Yes, I got the bad news from Australia on Thanksgiving 17 years ago.

        I am thankful for the grand adventures she had and that we had together during her too short life.

        Yes, I am still grieving. The pain lasts and lasts and lasts.


2 comments:

Ontario Wanderer said...

Comments from Facebook friends:

Mortimer Hercules: Thanks for sharing our loss of Dawn


Pamela J Heller-Mulvaney: Thinking of you Dean!


Heron Driftwood: I remember but had forgotten that that happened on Thanksgiving. Wishing you strength, my friend. Your stunning photograph is a wonderful tribute to her memory


Stacy Adams: Remembering goofy times with my beautiful cousin. Her spirit lives on and on and on.

Spencefitness Brantford: So sorry for your loss Dean. I will be thinking of you today.


Alice Earl: Beautiful remembrance of Dawn

Penny Susan Berkeley: I don't know what to say.......just that I care, I guess.


Terry McIntosh: All the best Dean. Thinking of you and the old times

Moira Hunter Kenyon: Hugs


Vjane Gordon: I know I know I know.


Nancy Davis: Thinking of you.


Wanda McLeod: And just remember too, you have lots of friends who care!



Catherine Proulx: I'm so sorry Dean


Pam Leyland: That's an amazing sky, probably like Dawn.
 


Bernice Schaeffer: Thinking of you and know how you feel. She is in a good place now watching over you

Fleur-Ange Lamothe: Someone else who knows how you feel. Rita Mae Brown wrote in 1988: "I still miss those I loved who are no longer with me but I find I am grateful for having loved them. The gratitude has finally conquered the loss.”

robin andrea said...

I remember when you first wrote about Dawn on the blog so many years ago. It's as heartbreaking today as it was then to read of your loss.

But today, when I see the photos of dawn, that sky filled with color and brightness, the start of a beautiful new day... I think what a way to remember Dawn... filled with light and beauty.