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18 September 2009


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Oh, Christie. :(


You're in my thoughts, I'm so sorry to hear this.
Sometimes there just aren't words...

Gina Spadafori

I'm so sorry, sweetie.

Lisa in Cape May County, NJ


I am so sorry. I wish you--and Kathleen--peace.

Lisa in Cape May County, NJ


I just keep saying "I'm Sorry" but words just keep failing me. Be strong! You and Kathy are in my prayers.



I am so sorry :( Words fail me, and my heart breaks for you.


I am so sorry. I have been where you are (with my father) and it's dark and lonely. I wish there was a way to make it better.


I am so sorry... :-(


I have no words. I'm so sorry.


Oh Christie, I'm so sorry.


You are in our thoughts ...


I'm so sorry Christie.

Laura Bourhenne

My thoughts are with you.


No words, only my love.


Our language doesn't have words adequate for this...

I hope you, you mom and your family are able to find some bit of peace and comfort.


I'm so sorry. Your family is in my thoughts.

Pat Puckett

My thoughts are with you and your family. May you find peace in the strength and love that you have given.


You and your family are in my thoughts, Christie.

Paula Joseph-Johnson

I am so very sorry, Christie.

Mel Freer

With every word I feel your pain, your anger, your frustration, your heartbreak. I am so sorry Christie. I pray that your mom is peaceful and that somewhere down the road the happy memories will lessen the pain you are in right now.


Sending love, light, and peace to you and your family.


If family is by her side she is home. I will keep you all in my prayers.



Christie I am so sorry. I agree if her family was with her she was home.

Sarah Regan Snavely

I'm so sorry.

Mary Haight

My heart goes out to you on the loss of your Mom. I know how painful this is;I found comfort in the fact that I was there for my Mom--as you were with your Mom. We honor those we love with our time and ourselves. In the end, it's all that really matters. Peace to you and your family.

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