Someday, it won’t hurt so bad and
I’ll be able to smile again,

Someday, the tears won’t flow quite
as freely whenever I think of what
might have been,

Someday, the answers to “why” and
“what if” won’t be quite as important,

Someday, I’ll be able to use what
your death has taught me to help
others with their grief,

Someday, I’ll be healed enough to
celebrate your life as much as I now
dwell on your death,

And someday, maybe tomorrow, I’ll
learn to accept the things I cannot

But, for today...I think I’ll just be

Author Unknown

Ryan's Confirmation, 1995

Thank you, Saralyn, Robbie's Mom!

Thank you again, Saralyn!

Thank you again, Saralyn!

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Thank you, Deanne, Jacob's Mum!

Thank you, Sue-Anne, Lee's Mom!

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Thank you, Maria, Christopher's Mom!

Thank you, Evelyn, Grandma to Dana and Billy!

Thank you, Shirley, Laurie's Mom!

Thank you, Carol, Michael's Mom!

Thank you, Susie, Jason's Mom!

Thank you, Elena, Dennis's Mom!

Thank you, Linda, Tina's Mom!

Thank you, Angie, Dustin's Mom!

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