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Monday, September 12, 2011

Lost Treasures

When I first started blogging, a few ago (and much more zealously than I can pretend to keep up with nowadays) I made blogging friends with an incredible woman named Anna.

Writers connect, support and live alongside each other in the blogging world. Sometimes we visit each other because we love each other's writing. Other times we creep to each other's sites and just as silently creep away, keeping a vigilant eye on our friends, but perhaps not feeling worthy to comment on the particular post of the day.

One of my first blogger friends was Anna See (a pseudonym) from "An Inch of Gray." She lost her 12 year old son last week, Jake, during the floods that overtook Northern Virginia.

I don't ask you to comment here today. I don't know what you believe in, but if you have faith in something, I would appreciate that you raise a prayer, a hope, a wish - a light for this young boy.

And this lovely, amazing family.

Its crazy how quickly our lives change. A missed step, a road not taken. Life is full of sliding door moments that can change the substance of our lives in seconds. How I wish that those seconds were different.

There is nothing to take from this post except an ask from you that you hug your children harder and say a prayer for a family that needs to be lifted right now.

When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. ~Author Unknown


P.S. Comments are turned off. Please say a prayer instead. Thank you, so very humbly.


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