Sunday, April 27, 2008

Thank you to all who Marched for Babies in Memory of Isaac and Asher

Well, we are home from the March and I have to say this day has been the highlight of the past couple of months for me. I don't think people "get" why this is so important to us. You see, we will never celebrate birthdays, kindergarten graduations, high school or college graduations. This is our way of celebrating our boys once a year and we feel so blessed that so many people were willing to walk with us this year! We had 94 people on our team! That is amazing! So to all of you who walked...you will never know how much this mean to us and we are so thankful that you wanted to celebrate our boys with us in this way! We hope you will walk again next year! It was a perfect day!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Howard & Kristy,
You two are such amazing people, I had a great time walking today and having the opportunity to talk with you. I have followed your blog for quite some time without commenting because quite frankly, I did not know what to say. With everything that happened with Suzie, Ron, and Cooper I felt that sometimes the best things are left unsaid.
I just wanted you to know that you can count on me next year as I will do what I can to make sure that Isaac, Asher, and even Cooper know that while they are not here, they will always be in our hearts, thoughts, and prayers.

God Bless!
Kelly (Dimon) McGee

Kathryn Miller said...

Kristy,

You don't know me, I'm from Kentucky (now living in Indiana). I came across your blog through another friend and I've been coming back every day since. I walked in the Indianapolis March for Babies yesterday in honor of Isaac and Asher. My husband and I raised $200. I have also lost a baby and I know the heartache that you are feeling. I was simply angry after that, and I wanted nothing to do with God or my church. Then I found your blog. You are an incredible inspiration; just the example that I have needed in my faith and my relationships. Thank you for being you. Hang in there. God Bless you and your family,

Kathryn