Thank you to all that wrote such touching words of Love and Support, I am blessed with them. Karin, thank you for showing me your Love. You could have told me to screw off in the store, instead your heart opened up and you shared it with me. I soaked it up like a Mother trying to save her Daughters life. Ryan, you are an amazing reporter. Your words are written so powerful in explaining our time spent together. I had a difficult time saying what I wanted to, however you have written straight from my heart, amazing. I read this and it empowers me all over again. Thank you Ryan.
We all must find in our hearts the power to love and respect one another, we are Gods precious creatures just the way we are. I truly believe we are getting to a better place in society with accepting GLBT rights. One heart at a time, I promise to try and show others, we all bleed red. There is so much pain in the world, why would we want to create more with how we think others should be. We are unique. We should all have the right to be free. Being who you are is why we have diversity, we must have this. Conforming is a one sided thought process.
Please, really think about how your words can push people into fear, push them back inside. Your words can hold so much power. Do you want that to be positive or negative power? Why would you say something to hurt another? What gain do you have from that? It can be a vicious cycle, even for yourself. Finding happiness in hurting others is incredibly selfish and self destructive. Smiling is free, hugging is free and supportive in many ways. You might just save someones life by doing so. I admire people that go out of their way to brighten a strangers day.
Heather, I will pray for you. I pray that you never have to feel the pain that my Chloe Anne did, nor I now. I am smiling at you Heather, as I wish you peace always. God bless you.
Rest in Peace my Beautiful Baby Girl, Momma misses you,
Chloe Anne Lacey
10-04-1991 / 09-24-2010
In Print This Week:
Sep 11, 2014
vol XXV issue 37
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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