Friday, November 21, 2008

thank you...

Thank you all so much for your friendship and love. I know that you are praying for us and that we'll make it to the other side. My friend Hope stopped by yesterday just when I needed her most. And your comments lifted me up and made me feel stronger than I am.

I just wanted to say thank you to each and every one of you. Thank you.

13 comments:

suesueb said...

i just read your post and i cried for you and rich. grief sometimes sneaks up on us at the most unexpected times and it's hard to hide the tears. i read somewhere that tears cleanse the soul and make the heart healthier! i really hope that's true. praying for you both.

Anonymous said...

Dearest Amy, my heart is sitting with yours as you mend and pray and remember.
kas

karen said...

Dear Amy I was so happy to see in your blog the happiness you had at Silver Bella and was thinking how good it was for you. Then this Life is a bit of a roller coaster and perhaps as you see the good in your life you also can draw on this to deal with the sadness. Tears let us address our grief or other emotions and are a needed release for our pain so that it does not stay locked up within us. My heart goes out to you and Rich and Baby So do many other peoples hearts We are here to support you and help share the weight of the pain You will get through this as you recognize

chelle said...

A friend of mine lost a baby a few years ago. I remember, so clearly, what she told me a year later - "I've learned not to be embarrassed when I cry in public."

My best friend and her children moved across the country 7 years ago. I still cry at some of our old stomping grounds.

We're so lucky to have the opportunity to love people so much that we hurt when they leave. But it still hurts.

Grace said...

Hugs no thank you's necessary just enjoy all the love coming your way! Grace

Whosyergurl said...

Amy, Amy, Amy, dear.
My heart aches for you. I feel as if I know you. I see you in magazines and your pic on other people's blogs. In my mind you seem like this bigger than life famous person. But, you are just a woman. A woman just like me with a heart that is breaking. My heart goes out to you. I lost my Grandma nearly two years ago. I still pick up her picture and hold it to my chest or my face or kiss it and say "oh Grandma."
I was looking through the top drawer of my dresser the other night and found a red and white rhinestone IU pin that she gave me a few years ago. And now I work at IU. It is almost as if she is still touching me and guiding me and loving me.
Baby will be forever in your heart. You will get through this. Love, love, Cheryl in IN

Kim said...

I read your blog on a daily basis, but I never leave comments. Your journey with baby and how generously you have shared your story, have moved me to speak (write!) up!

You are so brave to have opened your hearts and your home to this little being who needed you. Even though I don't know you, I feel as though I should say thank you--thank you for taking on something so big, something that you knew wouldn't last forever, but which made the world so much better for that little one.

My thought and prayers are with you as you make your way through this next stage of your life. And thank you, too, for your wonderful, beautiful blog!

Debby Schuh said...

May our prayers and love fill up some of the empty places. I think you are such a good example of grace and courage. Thank you for sharing the real stuff with us.

rochambeau said...

My heart stand next to yours.
With love,
Constance

Frivolitea said...

Thinking of you. What a dear, loving heart you have.

Debe said...

You sweet soul...I only saw your smiling face even after talking about your baby during the early parts of SB. You have done such a blessed thing for another soul..a very young one. I hope and pray that you feel your strength return. You and your dear husband have given a truly courageous gift. I am so sorry you suffered so during SB...we all love you! Pink hair and all!

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