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Tracy West
Tracy West
Hello Keri :)

 

It's Tracy from the Highlands. I just wanted to say Hi to you and the family and to let you know I think of you , your family and Emma alot. I have her photos and memories in my spare bedroom, I keep her close and in my heart! I hope you are doing well, I miss you and the family. Love Always Tracy :)
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
I've been withdrawing from most Caringbridge posts. It's gotten too depressing. Emma still has a special place in my heart and her picture from St. Jude on a mirror among little angels.
St. Jude still gets a contribution every month. I've started donating platelets again.
I hope this first year helped the healing process and your family is doing well these days!
Lindsey Gruwell
Lindsey Gruwell
Emma will always be remembered. I am glad that her day was filled with things she would enjoy most! So glad that your family could be together. I am so glad that ran across you guys in Idaho! It is always so fun to see you guys and a priority to me. Emma has done so many things for me and taught me so many lessons. I am glad that she has brought us together. I love you guys.
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
I cannot imagine how much you miss Emma.
It may be that hers was the first photo that St. Jude sent me when I became a contributor or the video they did with her riding the trike, but she made a mark in my mind and a place in my heart.
Her picture remains in the same place on a mirror on the way out of the bedroom, surrounded by angel figurines and a few Cancer Kids' pictures.

Emma, we'll meet one day; send love to my parents!
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Following cancer kids on CaringBridge for the last 2-1/2 years, just the ones that I follow who are out of remission or sprouting angel wings are averaging per month. They all have faces, birthdays and family. The angels had hope and dreams cut short.

St. Jude sent me a picture of Emma when she was the child of the month. The picture still hangs on the mirror and I see it every day. It now has a shrine of angels surrounding it.

Today I went back to the St. Jude video:

 http://www.partnersinhope.org/familyalbum/detail.html?id=38a4bfd5-219c-11df-a9c6-8d1ac281e8b3

It may be the weather, exhaustion; I'll call it allergies. The eyes sure did well up during that video. I probably have to check out the furnace filter or see if the wife is chopping onions.

Emma, I've never met you but sure do love you!
Susan Gruwell
Susan Gruwell
Dear Ivie Family,
We hope every thing is going well for you in Wyoming and that you have been able to settle in and start to feel at home. I am sure there are many items on the list of things to do. One of which is gloves, hats, boots and any thing filled with down. We are not too tough in the southbut we can adjust.  I hope that sledding and snow mobling will be a fun winter activity along with a true white Christmas.  Best of luck to you we are happy that Jared is moving forward with his career. The Gruwell's
jennifer bulmann
jennifer bulmann
Hi ivies....
My thoughts and prayers continue to be with you. Im not sure if you are referring to our team, but you will be happy to know I have also formed a team for emma named 'riverworkout for emma ivie'.
I can send you the link if you would like. She was a true inspiration.

Jen bulmann
Tracy West
Tracy West
Hello Keri :)

 

It's Tracy from the Highlands. I just wanted to say Hi to you and the family and to let you know I think of you , your family and Emma alot. I have her photos and memories in my spare bedroom, I keep her close and in my heart! I hope you are doing well, I miss you and the family. Love Always Tracy :)
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
I've been withdrawing from most Caringbridge posts. It's gotten too depressing. Emma still has a special place in my heart and her picture from St. Jude on a mirror among little angels.
St. Jude still gets a contribution every month. I've started donating platelets again.
I hope this first year helped the healing process and your family is doing well these days!
Susan Gruwell
Susan Gruwell
Dear Ivie Family,
We hope every thing is going well for you in Wyoming and that you have been able to settle in and start to feel at home. I am sure there are many items on the list of things to do. One of which is gloves, hats, boots and any thing filled with down. We are not too tough in the southbut we can adjust.  I hope that sledding and snow mobling will be a fun winter activity along with a true white Christmas.  Best of luck to you we are happy that Jared is moving forward with his career. The Gruwell's
Lindsey Gruwell
Lindsey Gruwell
Emma will always be remembered. I am glad that her day was filled with things she would enjoy most! So glad that your family could be together. I am so glad that ran across you guys in Idaho! It is always so fun to see you guys and a priority to me. Emma has done so many things for me and taught me so many lessons. I am glad that she has brought us together. I love you guys.
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
I cannot imagine how much you miss Emma.
It may be that hers was the first photo that St. Jude sent me when I became a contributor or the video they did with her riding the trike, but she made a mark in my mind and a place in my heart.
Her picture remains in the same place on a mirror on the way out of the bedroom, surrounded by angel figurines and a few Cancer Kids' pictures.

Emma, we'll meet one day; send love to my parents!
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Following cancer kids on CaringBridge for the last 2-1/2 years, just the ones that I follow who are out of remission or sprouting angel wings are averaging per month. They all have faces, birthdays and family. The angels had hope and dreams cut short.

St. Jude sent me a picture of Emma when she was the child of the month. The picture still hangs on the mirror and I see it every day. It now has a shrine of angels surrounding it.

Today I went back to the St. Jude video:

 http://www.partnersinhope.org/familyalbum/detail.html?id=38a4bfd5-219c-11df-a9c6-8d1ac281e8b3

It may be the weather, exhaustion; I'll call it allergies. The eyes sure did well up during that video. I probably have to check out the furnace filter or see if the wife is chopping onions.

Emma, I've never met you but sure do love you!
jennifer bulmann
jennifer bulmann
Hi ivies....
My thoughts and prayers continue to be with you. Im not sure if you are referring to our team, but you will be happy to know I have also formed a team for emma named 'riverworkout for emma ivie'.
I can send you the link if you would like. She was a true inspiration.

Jen bulmann
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
I've been withdrawing from most Caringbridge posts. It's gotten too depressing. Emma still has a special place in my heart and her picture from St. Jude on a mirror among little angels.
St. Jude still gets a contribution every month. I've started donating platelets again.
I hope this first year helped the healing process and your family is doing well these days!
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
I cannot imagine how much you miss Emma.
It may be that hers was the first photo that St. Jude sent me when I became a contributor or the video they did with her riding the trike, but she made a mark in my mind and a place in my heart.
Her picture remains in the same place on a mirror on the way out of the bedroom, surrounded by angel figurines and a few Cancer Kids' pictures.

Emma, we'll meet one day; send love to my parents!
Susan Gruwell
Susan Gruwell
Dear Ivie Family,
We hope every thing is going well for you in Wyoming and that you have been able to settle in and start to feel at home. I am sure there are many items on the list of things to do. One of which is gloves, hats, boots and any thing filled with down. We are not too tough in the southbut we can adjust.  I hope that sledding and snow mobling will be a fun winter activity along with a true white Christmas.  Best of luck to you we are happy that Jared is moving forward with his career. The Gruwell's
jennifer bulmann
jennifer bulmann
Hi ivies....
My thoughts and prayers continue to be with you. Im not sure if you are referring to our team, but you will be happy to know I have also formed a team for emma named 'riverworkout for emma ivie'.
I can send you the link if you would like. She was a true inspiration.

Jen bulmann
Lindsey Gruwell
Lindsey Gruwell
Emma will always be remembered. I am glad that her day was filled with things she would enjoy most! So glad that your family could be together. I am so glad that ran across you guys in Idaho! It is always so fun to see you guys and a priority to me. Emma has done so many things for me and taught me so many lessons. I am glad that she has brought us together. I love you guys.
Tracy West
Tracy West
Hello Keri :)

 

It's Tracy from the Highlands. I just wanted to say Hi to you and the family and to let you know I think of you , your family and Emma alot. I have her photos and memories in my spare bedroom, I keep her close and in my heart! I hope you are doing well, I miss you and the family. Love Always Tracy :)
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Tom Catalanotto, Sending Love from North Carolina
Following cancer kids on CaringBridge for the last 2-1/2 years, just the ones that I follow who are out of remission or sprouting angel wings are averaging per month. They all have faces, birthdays and family. The angels had hope and dreams cut short.

St. Jude sent me a picture of Emma when she was the child of the month. The picture still hangs on the mirror and I see it every day. It now has a shrine of angels surrounding it.

Today I went back to the St. Jude video:

 http://www.partnersinhope.org/familyalbum/detail.html?id=38a4bfd5-219c-11df-a9c6-8d1ac281e8b3

It may be the weather, exhaustion; I'll call it allergies. The eyes sure did well up during that video. I probably have to check out the furnace filter or see if the wife is chopping onions.

Emma, I've never met you but sure do love you!