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Mona Hudson
Mona Hudson
Loren,
Your latest journal entry, your poem, is absolutely exquisite. I've made a copy so that I can read it over and over. I only wish that I could write something just as beautiful to ease your pain. But, just know, I pray for you often--almost every day--for you and your family. May our Savior hold you all in his arms and console you as a mother holds her young child and whispers, "There, there, it will be all right. You will be better." And, that soon your tears will be dry so that you can go off and play again, because the consolation has been enough--for now. Love, 
Lissa Bales
Lissa Bales
Several times, lately, I've dropped off my high-schooler and right in front of me is Lander getting dropped off.  Every time I slow down for the school zone, every time I see your white car pulling up, every time I pull out and see Lindsey's cross on the other side of the road -- EVERY time, I pray for your family.  Our hearts are still touched by your lovely Lindsey.
Lucy Carter
Lucy Carter
When I clicked on the link that came to my email I thought it would be an update on my granddaughter Eleanor. http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/eleanorweiher
I was surprised when it was about Lindsey. Thank you for sharing. I lost my oldest daughter, Laura in a horrible car accident in July of 2007. She died almost instantly. I never got the chance to say goodbye. My heart goes out to you and your family. All of the first holidays without our child there are so painful. 
My granddaughter was born premature after a rough pregnancy on 6/11/13. She came home 28 days later. All was well until 10/30/13 when her mom found her non-responsive and blue. She started CPR and 911 was called. It has been a very traumatic time for the whole family. We came very close to losing her. She has permanent brain damage from lack of oxygen, but after 9 days in a coma she woke and is now breathing  on her own. She was a breastfed baby but is no longer strong enough to suckle. She is learning how to drink from a bottle which is easier than breastfeeding. After over a month in Emanual's Randall Children's Hospital they are talking about sending her home. The prospect is both exhilarating and terrifying.
Your daughter Lindsey is a bright and shining star. She touched my heart last June as we were waiting to see how baby Eleanor would do and she touched my heart again today. God bless Lindsey, you, the rest of her family and all of her friends as move through the days ahead. 
lupe lopez
Lupe Lopez
In honor of Lindsey I decided that my next play day in scio on my horse I would dedicate my rode towards her by writing her name on my horse I. Horse paint. She touched my heart and opened a new door for me. She welcomed me to Cascade when I was new and she always put a smile on my face. I pray for you the Magnusson family and friends. Im sorry for your loss amd the loss of my great friend. I will see you again. This is not where it ends I will carry you with me. Philippians 4:13 .
Dawn Wright
Dawn Wright
Thank you Magnusson family for inviting Cascadians to be a part of this special day.  I know each of them was honored to share the music with you and with Lindsey. Blessings upon your family.  I am so lucky to have had the opportunity to know your special daughter. She leaves a handprint on my heart. She will continue to inspire me to be a better teacher and a better person. 
Laura Butts
Laura Butts
Dear Magnusson,

I continue to be on my knees asking Our Father to watch over you and comfort you in you continued sense of loss. Please know that I feel I have known your daughter even tho I never met her in person but from the out pouring of love from the community she was from the posts I've read Lindsey was a vary beautiful child and vary friendly and caring light that was taken too soon from you and from us remember she is now your garden angel to you and your family and I hope to us all
Laura Butts
Laura Butts
Dear Magnusson,

I continue to be on my knees asking Our Father to watch over you and comfort you in you continued sense of loss. Please know that I feel I have known your daughter even tho I never met her in person but from the out pouring of love from the community she was from the posts I've read Lindsey was a vary beautiful child and vary friendly and caring light that was taken too soon from you and from us remember she is now your garden angel to you and your family and I hope to us all
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Dear Magnusson Family,

The sorrow we feel for family is overwhelming, Lindsey touched so many lives and continues to do so. May our Heavenly Father give you Strength, Wisdom and Peace during this time. Darrell and Iwill  continue to pray for your family and Lindsey's friends. May your family find comfort in our Lord.

 

Darrell and Letha Hunt
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Dear Magnusson Family,

The sorrow we feel for family is overwhelming, Lindsey touched so many lives and continues to do so. May our Heavenly Father give you Strength, Wisdom and Peace during this time. Darrell and Iwill  continue to pray for your family and Lindsey's friends. May your family find comfort in our Lord.

 

Darrell and Letha Hunt
Margaret Anderson
Margaret Anderson
I am and will continue to be on my knees for you and your family.   God is merciful and gracious and will be you portion as you go through this hard time.  I cannot imagine how deep your grief, how broken your heart but I will be praying for the perfect healing as only our Lord can give.  He is with you to comfort and love. 

Love to you all,

Margaret
Margaret Anderson
Margaret Anderson
I am and will continue to be on my knees for you and your family.   God is merciful and gracious and will be you portion as you go through this hard time.  I cannot imagine how deep your grief, how broken your heart but I will be praying for the perfect healing as only our Lord can give.  He is with you to comfort and love. 

Love to you all,

Margaret
JoAnna Wulffenstein
JoAnna Wulffenstein
Dear Magnusson Family, 
As a vivid memory in my younger years, your family has always been one I think of with fond memory, gratefulness, and warmth. I loved your family then, and I continue to do so now... even with my teenage years bringing stress and grey hairs to your heads, I am sure! My heart hurts for you and the pain you must be feeling. Though time and distance have taken me to new horizons and I haven't been around, I have never forgotten you or the influence you made in my life. Therefore, allow me to do what I can for Lindsey and her memory. You may know that last year we raised money and built a sustainable farm in Uganda, Africa. The farm now provides food and income to thousands of people in the Masaka region. When I was there visiting, I planted an orange tree in my Father's name... a tree that will produce enough fruit each year to send one orphan child to school. Once that child has graduated, it will start to support another in need. I arranged for a tree to be planted next to my Father's, with Lindsey's name at its base. It will forever be a tribute to her and will help, over time, hundreds of children gain an education. Her legacy will live on internationally, right next to my Dad's... whom loved you so much as a family as well. It isn't much, but its what I can do. We are also working on another farm project to put in her name, and I will keep you updated as it progresses. I remember Lindsey as a bright, sweet child that I always wanted to babysit! But I hear she was wonderful, giving, and caring as a young lady. Her generosity will be known in Uganda. 
Much love to you all, 
Jo 
JoAnna Wulffenstein
JoAnna Wulffenstein
Dear Magnusson Family, 
As a vivid memory in my younger years, your family has always been one I think of with fond memory, gratefulness, and warmth. I loved your family then, and I continue to do so now... even with my teenage years bringing stress and grey hairs to your heads, I am sure! My heart hurts for you and the pain you must be feeling. Though time and distance have taken me to new horizons and I haven't been around, I have never forgotten you or the influence you made in my life. Therefore, allow me to do what I can for Lindsey and her memory. You may know that last year we raised money and built a sustainable farm in Uganda, Africa. The farm now provides food and income to thousands of people in the Masaka region. When I was there visiting, I planted an orange tree in my Father's name... a tree that will produce enough fruit each year to send one orphan child to school. Once that child has graduated, it will start to support another in need. I arranged for a tree to be planted next to my Father's, with Lindsey's name at its base. It will forever be a tribute to her and will help, over time, hundreds of children gain an education. Her legacy will live on internationally, right next to my Dad's... whom loved you so much as a family as well. It isn't much, but its what I can do. We are also working on another farm project to put in her name, and I will keep you updated as it progresses. I remember Lindsey as a bright, sweet child that I always wanted to babysit! But I hear she was wonderful, giving, and caring as a young lady. Her generosity will be known in Uganda. 
Much love to you all, 
Jo 
Mona Hudson
Mona Hudson
Loren,
Your latest journal entry, your poem, is absolutely exquisite. I've made a copy so that I can read it over and over. I only wish that I could write something just as beautiful to ease your pain. But, just know, I pray for you often--almost every day--for you and your family. May our Savior hold you all in his arms and console you as a mother holds her young child and whispers, "There, there, it will be all right. You will be better." And, that soon your tears will be dry so that you can go off and play again, because the consolation has been enough--for now. Love, 
Lucy Carter
Lucy Carter
When I clicked on the link that came to my email I thought it would be an update on my granddaughter Eleanor. http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/eleanorweiher
I was surprised when it was about Lindsey. Thank you for sharing. I lost my oldest daughter, Laura in a horrible car accident in July of 2007. She died almost instantly. I never got the chance to say goodbye. My heart goes out to you and your family. All of the first holidays without our child there are so painful. 
My granddaughter was born premature after a rough pregnancy on 6/11/13. She came home 28 days later. All was well until 10/30/13 when her mom found her non-responsive and blue. She started CPR and 911 was called. It has been a very traumatic time for the whole family. We came very close to losing her. She has permanent brain damage from lack of oxygen, but after 9 days in a coma she woke and is now breathing  on her own. She was a breastfed baby but is no longer strong enough to suckle. She is learning how to drink from a bottle which is easier than breastfeeding. After over a month in Emanual's Randall Children's Hospital they are talking about sending her home. The prospect is both exhilarating and terrifying.
Your daughter Lindsey is a bright and shining star. She touched my heart last June as we were waiting to see how baby Eleanor would do and she touched my heart again today. God bless Lindsey, you, the rest of her family and all of her friends as move through the days ahead. 
Dawn Wright
Dawn Wright
Thank you Magnusson family for inviting Cascadians to be a part of this special day.  I know each of them was honored to share the music with you and with Lindsey. Blessings upon your family.  I am so lucky to have had the opportunity to know your special daughter. She leaves a handprint on my heart. She will continue to inspire me to be a better teacher and a better person. 
Laura Butts
Laura Butts
Dear Magnusson,

I continue to be on my knees asking Our Father to watch over you and comfort you in you continued sense of loss. Please know that I feel I have known your daughter even tho I never met her in person but from the out pouring of love from the community she was from the posts I've read Lindsey was a vary beautiful child and vary friendly and caring light that was taken too soon from you and from us remember she is now your garden angel to you and your family and I hope to us all
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Dear Magnusson Family,

The sorrow we feel for family is overwhelming, Lindsey touched so many lives and continues to do so. May our Heavenly Father give you Strength, Wisdom and Peace during this time. Darrell and Iwill  continue to pray for your family and Lindsey's friends. May your family find comfort in our Lord.

 

Darrell and Letha Hunt
Margaret Anderson
Margaret Anderson
I am and will continue to be on my knees for you and your family.   God is merciful and gracious and will be you portion as you go through this hard time.  I cannot imagine how deep your grief, how broken your heart but I will be praying for the perfect healing as only our Lord can give.  He is with you to comfort and love. 

Love to you all,

Margaret
JoAnna Wulffenstein
JoAnna Wulffenstein
Dear Magnusson Family, 
As a vivid memory in my younger years, your family has always been one I think of with fond memory, gratefulness, and warmth. I loved your family then, and I continue to do so now... even with my teenage years bringing stress and grey hairs to your heads, I am sure! My heart hurts for you and the pain you must be feeling. Though time and distance have taken me to new horizons and I haven't been around, I have never forgotten you or the influence you made in my life. Therefore, allow me to do what I can for Lindsey and her memory. You may know that last year we raised money and built a sustainable farm in Uganda, Africa. The farm now provides food and income to thousands of people in the Masaka region. When I was there visiting, I planted an orange tree in my Father's name... a tree that will produce enough fruit each year to send one orphan child to school. Once that child has graduated, it will start to support another in need. I arranged for a tree to be planted next to my Father's, with Lindsey's name at its base. It will forever be a tribute to her and will help, over time, hundreds of children gain an education. Her legacy will live on internationally, right next to my Dad's... whom loved you so much as a family as well. It isn't much, but its what I can do. We are also working on another farm project to put in her name, and I will keep you updated as it progresses. I remember Lindsey as a bright, sweet child that I always wanted to babysit! But I hear she was wonderful, giving, and caring as a young lady. Her generosity will be known in Uganda. 
Much love to you all, 
Jo 
Lissa Bales
Lissa Bales
Several times, lately, I've dropped off my high-schooler and right in front of me is Lander getting dropped off.  Every time I slow down for the school zone, every time I see your white car pulling up, every time I pull out and see Lindsey's cross on the other side of the road -- EVERY time, I pray for your family.  Our hearts are still touched by your lovely Lindsey.
lupe lopez
Lupe Lopez
In honor of Lindsey I decided that my next play day in scio on my horse I would dedicate my rode towards her by writing her name on my horse I. Horse paint. She touched my heart and opened a new door for me. She welcomed me to Cascade when I was new and she always put a smile on my face. I pray for you the Magnusson family and friends. Im sorry for your loss amd the loss of my great friend. I will see you again. This is not where it ends I will carry you with me. Philippians 4:13 .
Laura Butts
Laura Butts
Dear Magnusson,

I continue to be on my knees asking Our Father to watch over you and comfort you in you continued sense of loss. Please know that I feel I have known your daughter even tho I never met her in person but from the out pouring of love from the community she was from the posts I've read Lindsey was a vary beautiful child and vary friendly and caring light that was taken too soon from you and from us remember she is now your garden angel to you and your family and I hope to us all
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Dear Magnusson Family,

The sorrow we feel for family is overwhelming, Lindsey touched so many lives and continues to do so. May our Heavenly Father give you Strength, Wisdom and Peace during this time. Darrell and Iwill  continue to pray for your family and Lindsey's friends. May your family find comfort in our Lord.

 

Darrell and Letha Hunt
Margaret Anderson
Margaret Anderson
I am and will continue to be on my knees for you and your family.   God is merciful and gracious and will be you portion as you go through this hard time.  I cannot imagine how deep your grief, how broken your heart but I will be praying for the perfect healing as only our Lord can give.  He is with you to comfort and love. 

Love to you all,

Margaret
JoAnna Wulffenstein
JoAnna Wulffenstein
Dear Magnusson Family, 
As a vivid memory in my younger years, your family has always been one I think of with fond memory, gratefulness, and warmth. I loved your family then, and I continue to do so now... even with my teenage years bringing stress and grey hairs to your heads, I am sure! My heart hurts for you and the pain you must be feeling. Though time and distance have taken me to new horizons and I haven't been around, I have never forgotten you or the influence you made in my life. Therefore, allow me to do what I can for Lindsey and her memory. You may know that last year we raised money and built a sustainable farm in Uganda, Africa. The farm now provides food and income to thousands of people in the Masaka region. When I was there visiting, I planted an orange tree in my Father's name... a tree that will produce enough fruit each year to send one orphan child to school. Once that child has graduated, it will start to support another in need. I arranged for a tree to be planted next to my Father's, with Lindsey's name at its base. It will forever be a tribute to her and will help, over time, hundreds of children gain an education. Her legacy will live on internationally, right next to my Dad's... whom loved you so much as a family as well. It isn't much, but its what I can do. We are also working on another farm project to put in her name, and I will keep you updated as it progresses. I remember Lindsey as a bright, sweet child that I always wanted to babysit! But I hear she was wonderful, giving, and caring as a young lady. Her generosity will be known in Uganda. 
Much love to you all, 
Jo 
Mona Hudson
Mona Hudson
Loren,
Your latest journal entry, your poem, is absolutely exquisite. I've made a copy so that I can read it over and over. I only wish that I could write something just as beautiful to ease your pain. But, just know, I pray for you often--almost every day--for you and your family. May our Savior hold you all in his arms and console you as a mother holds her young child and whispers, "There, there, it will be all right. You will be better." And, that soon your tears will be dry so that you can go off and play again, because the consolation has been enough--for now. Love, 
lupe lopez
Lupe Lopez
In honor of Lindsey I decided that my next play day in scio on my horse I would dedicate my rode towards her by writing her name on my horse I. Horse paint. She touched my heart and opened a new door for me. She welcomed me to Cascade when I was new and she always put a smile on my face. I pray for you the Magnusson family and friends. Im sorry for your loss amd the loss of my great friend. I will see you again. This is not where it ends I will carry you with me. Philippians 4:13 .
Laura Butts
Laura Butts
Dear Magnusson,

I continue to be on my knees asking Our Father to watch over you and comfort you in you continued sense of loss. Please know that I feel I have known your daughter even tho I never met her in person but from the out pouring of love from the community she was from the posts I've read Lindsey was a vary beautiful child and vary friendly and caring light that was taken too soon from you and from us remember she is now your garden angel to you and your family and I hope to us all
Margaret Anderson
Margaret Anderson
I am and will continue to be on my knees for you and your family.   God is merciful and gracious and will be you portion as you go through this hard time.  I cannot imagine how deep your grief, how broken your heart but I will be praying for the perfect healing as only our Lord can give.  He is with you to comfort and love. 

Love to you all,

Margaret
Lissa Bales
Lissa Bales
Several times, lately, I've dropped off my high-schooler and right in front of me is Lander getting dropped off.  Every time I slow down for the school zone, every time I see your white car pulling up, every time I pull out and see Lindsey's cross on the other side of the road -- EVERY time, I pray for your family.  Our hearts are still touched by your lovely Lindsey.
Dawn Wright
Dawn Wright
Thank you Magnusson family for inviting Cascadians to be a part of this special day.  I know each of them was honored to share the music with you and with Lindsey. Blessings upon your family.  I am so lucky to have had the opportunity to know your special daughter. She leaves a handprint on my heart. She will continue to inspire me to be a better teacher and a better person. 
Laura Butts
Laura Butts
Dear Magnusson,

I continue to be on my knees asking Our Father to watch over you and comfort you in you continued sense of loss. Please know that I feel I have known your daughter even tho I never met her in person but from the out pouring of love from the community she was from the posts I've read Lindsey was a vary beautiful child and vary friendly and caring light that was taken too soon from you and from us remember she is now your garden angel to you and your family and I hope to us all
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Dear Magnusson Family,

The sorrow we feel for family is overwhelming, Lindsey touched so many lives and continues to do so. May our Heavenly Father give you Strength, Wisdom and Peace during this time. Darrell and Iwill  continue to pray for your family and Lindsey's friends. May your family find comfort in our Lord.

 

Darrell and Letha Hunt
Margaret Anderson
Margaret Anderson
I am and will continue to be on my knees for you and your family.   God is merciful and gracious and will be you portion as you go through this hard time.  I cannot imagine how deep your grief, how broken your heart but I will be praying for the perfect healing as only our Lord can give.  He is with you to comfort and love. 

Love to you all,

Margaret
JoAnna Wulffenstein
JoAnna Wulffenstein
Dear Magnusson Family, 
As a vivid memory in my younger years, your family has always been one I think of with fond memory, gratefulness, and warmth. I loved your family then, and I continue to do so now... even with my teenage years bringing stress and grey hairs to your heads, I am sure! My heart hurts for you and the pain you must be feeling. Though time and distance have taken me to new horizons and I haven't been around, I have never forgotten you or the influence you made in my life. Therefore, allow me to do what I can for Lindsey and her memory. You may know that last year we raised money and built a sustainable farm in Uganda, Africa. The farm now provides food and income to thousands of people in the Masaka region. When I was there visiting, I planted an orange tree in my Father's name... a tree that will produce enough fruit each year to send one orphan child to school. Once that child has graduated, it will start to support another in need. I arranged for a tree to be planted next to my Father's, with Lindsey's name at its base. It will forever be a tribute to her and will help, over time, hundreds of children gain an education. Her legacy will live on internationally, right next to my Dad's... whom loved you so much as a family as well. It isn't much, but its what I can do. We are also working on another farm project to put in her name, and I will keep you updated as it progresses. I remember Lindsey as a bright, sweet child that I always wanted to babysit! But I hear she was wonderful, giving, and caring as a young lady. Her generosity will be known in Uganda. 
Much love to you all, 
Jo 
Lucy Carter
Lucy Carter
When I clicked on the link that came to my email I thought it would be an update on my granddaughter Eleanor. http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/eleanorweiher
I was surprised when it was about Lindsey. Thank you for sharing. I lost my oldest daughter, Laura in a horrible car accident in July of 2007. She died almost instantly. I never got the chance to say goodbye. My heart goes out to you and your family. All of the first holidays without our child there are so painful. 
My granddaughter was born premature after a rough pregnancy on 6/11/13. She came home 28 days later. All was well until 10/30/13 when her mom found her non-responsive and blue. She started CPR and 911 was called. It has been a very traumatic time for the whole family. We came very close to losing her. She has permanent brain damage from lack of oxygen, but after 9 days in a coma she woke and is now breathing  on her own. She was a breastfed baby but is no longer strong enough to suckle. She is learning how to drink from a bottle which is easier than breastfeeding. After over a month in Emanual's Randall Children's Hospital they are talking about sending her home. The prospect is both exhilarating and terrifying.
Your daughter Lindsey is a bright and shining star. She touched my heart last June as we were waiting to see how baby Eleanor would do and she touched my heart again today. God bless Lindsey, you, the rest of her family and all of her friends as move through the days ahead. 
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Letha and Peyton Hunt
Dear Magnusson Family,

The sorrow we feel for family is overwhelming, Lindsey touched so many lives and continues to do so. May our Heavenly Father give you Strength, Wisdom and Peace during this time. Darrell and Iwill  continue to pray for your family and Lindsey's friends. May your family find comfort in our Lord.

 

Darrell and Letha Hunt
JoAnna Wulffenstein
JoAnna Wulffenstein
Dear Magnusson Family, 
As a vivid memory in my younger years, your family has always been one I think of with fond memory, gratefulness, and warmth. I loved your family then, and I continue to do so now... even with my teenage years bringing stress and grey hairs to your heads, I am sure! My heart hurts for you and the pain you must be feeling. Though time and distance have taken me to new horizons and I haven't been around, I have never forgotten you or the influence you made in my life. Therefore, allow me to do what I can for Lindsey and her memory. You may know that last year we raised money and built a sustainable farm in Uganda, Africa. The farm now provides food and income to thousands of people in the Masaka region. When I was there visiting, I planted an orange tree in my Father's name... a tree that will produce enough fruit each year to send one orphan child to school. Once that child has graduated, it will start to support another in need. I arranged for a tree to be planted next to my Father's, with Lindsey's name at its base. It will forever be a tribute to her and will help, over time, hundreds of children gain an education. Her legacy will live on internationally, right next to my Dad's... whom loved you so much as a family as well. It isn't much, but its what I can do. We are also working on another farm project to put in her name, and I will keep you updated as it progresses. I remember Lindsey as a bright, sweet child that I always wanted to babysit! But I hear she was wonderful, giving, and caring as a young lady. Her generosity will be known in Uganda. 
Much love to you all, 
Jo