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Celebration of Michael's Life!

What others say about Michael!

What happened to Michael

A MUST for anyone wanting to know how we feel!

Grief & Helps

My journey of tears

Why have I spent so much time on this site?

My Child has Neurofibromatosis

My biography

Fun biography

Message from dad

Little sister, "best buds"

Poems by Grandma,

Poem by sister

Youth for Christ Camp

When Michael was young

Kitty wants to tell you something, Michael

I want to Laugh & Dance


Are we killing our children?

More on Grief

Friends in Heaven

For me

I started writing our story

I would love an e-mail


Gifts given to me, thankyou!


What people have said about this site

Long overdue Thank You's


May you envision today as a gift and tomorrow as another.

Pictorial Memorial

made this for Michael, his symbol.. Nike hat on Christian fish

      Songs that played before
      and after (and why)
    And God shall wipe away all
    tears from their eyes;
    and their shall be no more death,
    neither sorrow or crying,
    neither shall there be any more pain:
    For the former things are passed away
    Rev. 21:4
In her book After the Darkest Hour the Sun Will Shine Again, Elizabeth Mehren writes how Samuel Clemens, the great American humorist also known as Mark Twain, was grief stricken when he suddenly lost his twenty-four year old daughter, Susy, to meningitis. A master of words, Clemens was unable to articulate his grief, even eight years after her death. What he said, finally, was that trying to put his loss into words was futile. To do so, he wrote, "would bankrupt the vocabulary of all the languages." When ten years passed, he wrote, "It is one of the mysteries of our nature that a man, all unprepared, can receive a thunder-stroke like that and live."