Thursday, October 16, 2008

Thank you

Thank you to you all for your kind words stories and help. The wake I believe was exactly want she would have wanted. If you weren't able to make it that's ok, life has a funny way of diverting things. Just take a moment to raise a glass to her.
I've been asked a few times if this blog will continue, it will, because life persists.
This is a quote I found on

"I can never lose one
whom I have loved unto the end;
one to whom my soul cleaves so firmly
that it can never be separated
does not go away
but only goes before."

St. Bernard of Clairvaux

Such true words, I miss her more than words can do justice, and when I am ready I will write about her, our times together and the future Jasper and I face together.
For now I am focusing on healing, myself and Jasper, we both have a tough road ahead adjusting to a life without Elise, she was the heart of our family.
But we have amazing support, which makes things easier, so we will be ok, in time.


Anita said...

I wasn't able to make it to the celebration of Elise's life but my thoughts were with you on that night and continue to be with you and your family Cameron. Take care!

Anonymous said...

I lost my 27 year old sister, Elise, to a glioblastoma in March. She left behind a wonderful husband and two boys, ages 4 and 1 1/2. We put that same quote in her funeral bulletin. I loved it the moment I read it. Please know I think of you all and pray for you.

Emily in Iowa

julz said...

Thinking of you Cameron. Thoughts of you, Jasper, Susan and of course,
Hugs Cam