Sunday, May 04, 2008

Light a Candle for Kayla

Thank you for all your ongoing love and prayers.
We have returned from Edmonton and are safely home now. I dont feel much like writing just yet. I just want to bask in my memories for a while. I did want to pass on this link though, that was sent to me in an email from Kathy Bell.

It is a site called light a candle, where you can go to light a candle for Kayla.
Click here to light a candle for her.

I will make sure her family all know about it so they might get comfort from your support.

25 comments:

Karen said...

I'm heartbroken, Susan! I'm so sorry for your and Kayla's family's loss of such an incredible young lady. I'll never forget her and will keep her photo on my blog, which means she'll always have a special place in my heart.

May she rest in peace and her spirit soar. I'll keep you all in my thoughts and prayers for peace and strength. Lots of hugs!

Anonymous said...

"In the arms of an angel may you find company"
God bless Kayla and all who knew her. Love Sheila

Gypsy said...

I've just come over from Walker's blog after reading his beautiful tribute to Kayla. She was obviously a very special young lady and I would like to express my deepest condolences to you and all who loved her.

Michael Manning said...

Susan: Continued love and thoughts and prayers are sent your way.

Michael

Skunkfeathers said...

Another candle lit; another angel watches over us.

Again, condolences to all of you, but there is a degree of comfort in the knowledge that Kayla is at peace, and now looks out for you, as you all looked out for her.

Louisiana said...

sometimes words just won't come out of me. the emotions sometimes are just too strong. i hope you know what i feel for you and your family. i'm going to come back when i can say something.

i'm happy, very happy that you were all at her side to say 'until later'.

death:ouch.

my heart i leave you.

i'm sorry.

poet said...

i lit one this morning. HUGZ to you and your family at this difficult time, susan. poet.

Mike ( ex scientia, veritas ) said...

I'm saddened by your loss, too. God bless.

EMOB said...

I will never forget her, and thank you for sharing her story with us.

Dianne said...

I come from Michael's blog. Although I didn't know about Kayla until now all parents feel the love for all children.

I wish you all peace.

Kathryn Magendie said...

I am here from Michael's space - to send my thoughts. I will go light a candle.

Penny Halston said...

I will light a candle for Kayla. She is an unforgetable girl and will be sorely missed. If you email her parent's address, I'd like to send a card.

leslie said...

I am absolutely stricken with grief for everyone! I am so so sorry for what Kayla had to endure. My sincere condolences to her parents and all her family and friends. I have followed her path for quite a long time and have prayed for a miracle. I guess the Lord felt otherwise - for a reason only He knows. But she is at last at peace, whole again, and happy in heaven. May she be an angel who will watch over everyone. I will now go and light a candle for her. Take care, Susan.

Monica said...

I lit a candle for your beloved Kayla who touched my own heart so much over the past few years. She was one of my heroes. My heart goes out to all of you.

jel said...

huggs

Brian said...

I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of the beautiful Kayla. We all need to light candles because her loss extinguishes a large light.

Rest in peace sweet Kayla.

Ruth W. said...

I have never left a comment but have followed the life of this remarkable young girl. I am saddened with her passing, for we all have learned so much from her. God bless you all, you were living with an angel.

Ex-Shammickite said...

My thoughts are with you all.

gab said...

Im so sorry.

Kori said...

You have truly honoured Kayla with your posts. She is a beautiful young lady, and obviously loved beyond measure.
Prayers for your family as you continue to cherish the memories you have.

nachtwache said...

No words can express the grief her parents, brother, family and friends must feel.
May God give you comfort in this sad time.

Anonymous said...

Hi again. I am just stopping by to let you know I am thinking about you and your family.

Barb
Insanity Written in a Blog

chosha said...

So sorry to hear about Kayla. She really fought the good fight. You know, people die all the time, but few die as young as Kayla - that was the tragedy of it. Then again, few die with so many people loving and supporting them either - and that was the miracle of it. As hard as this must have been, she couldn't have doubted she was loved.

phoenix said...

My condolences for you and your family. My heart is with you all.

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