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* http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/ryanpatrick
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we walk this path, together.  I think of Lucas always.  I know our boys have friends, are playing, look in on us always and are SO POWERFUL in The Universe.  Also, I believe Linus and Lucas know each other and were together before Linus came to earth.  He is bringing Lucas' joy to you daily... A special gift from both your boys.  I also understand the struggle to stay present and enjoy the gift of each moment with our earthly kids... it is tremendously hard - takes strength that is beyond imagining.  You must know how proud of you I am!  My hand is in yours each breath.

Love to you,
Amy Patrick
Ryan's and Evan's mom

Great Aunt Kay Bridges
Great Aunt Kay Bridges
God bless your family.  Holidays are the hardest for all parents of children who died too soon.  Your Lucas, My Great niece, Katie Titchenal, & My daughter died at age 25, 15 years ago. It is still very hard.   She died on Oct 17, 1998.  You are keeping his memory alive.  I think about the little angel too.  Love that baby that you do have & know Lucas is watching from heaven, as is Katie.
Great Aunt Kay Bridges
Great Aunt Kay Bridges
Your story is touching & familiar.  I lost my daughter in 1998.  I still think the same things you do Josh about my daughter.  God Bless Your Family.  Lucas is watching you from above and most likely comes to visit when you are sleeping.  Katie came & woke Dillon up to play in the wee hours, waking their Mother up.  Katie also had a jewelry box Sherry, her Grandma gave her.  Sherry says at night it starts playing music with no one winding it up.  One day you will all be together again.
Richard Murray
Richard Murray
Hey Josh.

 After reading your recent post I felt compelled to write to you and let you know that I teared up reading it as I do most of your posts.

 As a father myself, I know the love that you must have for your son's. What I don't know is the pain you feel missing one of them. I can't even try to imagine what it would be like to lose my son and never be able to see or hold him again because the thought of it hurts way to much. Yet, here you are living with this horrible reality daily.

My heart goes out to both you and Tiffany as well as little Linus for your loss of Lucas. I know that my words will not help you heal from this pain but please know that as with many, many others, I am hear for all of you. God Bless you all.
Cindy Wollenberg
Cindy Wollenberg
Josh & Tiffany,


I continue to pray for you and your family. I also continue to make hats and small blankets for the children in 9W. To knit and crochet is therapy for me and I feel better knowing that the small contribution I make does help others. I box up everything that was made throughtout the year and send it to the hospital in December in memory of Lucas.


May God continue to heal your broken hearts and give you peace as your are given another opportunity to love with Linus.


God's Blessings to your family,
Lois Curcio
Lois Curcio
Hi Josh,  You, Tiffany & little Linus are in our prayers.  It is so sad and unfair that you had to lose Lucas...

We're so thankful that Linus is doing so well, are you going to post some more pictures of your cute little guy?

Love & prayers for a wonderful future for the 3 of you,
Lois & Maurice - Kissimmee, Florida
Pat Thornton
Pat Thornton
Tiffany,


Thank you for sharing your personal thoughts. While I can only imagine what you feel, it does not surprise me that the pain never goes away. I did want to share that your update served as a reminder that our Church was having a bone marrow drive the very next day. I finally got registered along with 200 others from our church. Many more who couldn't do it will come back for another drive. People have said donating bone marrow is painful but if it could prevent the pain that you have gone through for just one person, I will gladly do it and encourage others to as well.


Pat Thornton
Rosella Duitsman
Rosella Duitsman
Tiffany,

I wanted to just say that you and Lucas touched our lives.  As my tears flow down my checks I think how lucky we were to met you and know the "Super Lucas".  I often talk to Tucker of Lucas, Lucas is in his book, each year we light a light with Lucas and 9 west warriors at our relay.  Next year of course it will be Super Lucas and Princess Katie bug as well as 9 west warriors. 

I agree with you the words are words, and feelings are feelings, noone knows. 

Tiffany, I will continue to pray that God will grant you peace and understand. 

 

love and hugs from

Tucker and Rose

\
Nancy Hente
Nancy Hente
Tiffany, I read your letter and I can feel your pain.  I don't believe that God doesn't give you more than you can handle either.  I don't believe God has any part in that.  He gave us "Free Will" that implies that he doesn't sit in heaven playing puppet master.  He can help us get thru very tough situations in life by reading his word and praying.  In my experience that's the only way you will ever find peace.  God loves you seek his words.  I am praying for you and your family.

Love,

Nancy Hente & Family

 
Paula Mohr
Paula Mohr
Dear Tiffany-

Thank you for sharing with us your heart and pain. I think about you and Josh a lot, and continue to send hugs and love across the miles to you!

Year 2 was not any easier for me after Matthew died. The joy that came with his baby sister Katherine generated happy tears and sad...

May you feel God's peace that passes all understanding... It will come... 

 
* http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/ryanpatrick
* http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/ryanpatrick
we walk this path, together.  I think of Lucas always.  I know our boys have friends, are playing, look in on us always and are SO POWERFUL in The Universe.  Also, I believe Linus and Lucas know each other and were together before Linus came to earth.  He is bringing Lucas' joy to you daily... A special gift from both your boys.  I also understand the struggle to stay present and enjoy the gift of each moment with our earthly kids... it is tremendously hard - takes strength that is beyond imagining.  You must know how proud of you I am!  My hand is in yours each breath.

Love to you,
Amy Patrick
Ryan's and Evan's mom

Lois Curcio
Lois Curcio
Hi Josh,  You, Tiffany & little Linus are in our prayers.  It is so sad and unfair that you had to lose Lucas...

We're so thankful that Linus is doing so well, are you going to post some more pictures of your cute little guy?

Love & prayers for a wonderful future for the 3 of you,
Lois & Maurice - Kissimmee, Florida
Rosella Duitsman
Rosella Duitsman
Tiffany,

I wanted to just say that you and Lucas touched our lives.  As my tears flow down my checks I think how lucky we were to met you and know the "Super Lucas".  I often talk to Tucker of Lucas, Lucas is in his book, each year we light a light with Lucas and 9 west warriors at our relay.  Next year of course it will be Super Lucas and Princess Katie bug as well as 9 west warriors. 

I agree with you the words are words, and feelings are feelings, noone knows. 

Tiffany, I will continue to pray that God will grant you peace and understand. 

 

love and hugs from

Tucker and Rose

\
Great Aunt Kay Bridges
Great Aunt Kay Bridges
God bless your family.  Holidays are the hardest for all parents of children who died too soon.  Your Lucas, My Great niece, Katie Titchenal, & My daughter died at age 25, 15 years ago. It is still very hard.   She died on Oct 17, 1998.  You are keeping his memory alive.  I think about the little angel too.  Love that baby that you do have & know Lucas is watching from heaven, as is Katie.
Great Aunt Kay Bridges
Great Aunt Kay Bridges
Your story is touching & familiar.  I lost my daughter in 1998.  I still think the same things you do Josh about my daughter.  God Bless Your Family.  Lucas is watching you from above and most likely comes to visit when you are sleeping.  Katie came & woke Dillon up to play in the wee hours, waking their Mother up.  Katie also had a jewelry box Sherry, her Grandma gave her.  Sherry says at night it starts playing music with no one winding it up.  One day you will all be together again.
Richard Murray
Richard Murray
Hey Josh.

 After reading your recent post I felt compelled to write to you and let you know that I teared up reading it as I do most of your posts.

 As a father myself, I know the love that you must have for your son's. What I don't know is the pain you feel missing one of them. I can't even try to imagine what it would be like to lose my son and never be able to see or hold him again because the thought of it hurts way to much. Yet, here you are living with this horrible reality daily.

My heart goes out to both you and Tiffany as well as little Linus for your loss of Lucas. I know that my words will not help you heal from this pain but please know that as with many, many others, I am hear for all of you. God Bless you all.
Cindy Wollenberg
Cindy Wollenberg
Josh & Tiffany,


I continue to pray for you and your family. I also continue to make hats and small blankets for the children in 9W. To knit and crochet is therapy for me and I feel better knowing that the small contribution I make does help others. I box up everything that was made throughtout the year and send it to the hospital in December in memory of Lucas.


May God continue to heal your broken hearts and give you peace as your are given another opportunity to love with Linus.


God's Blessings to your family,
Pat Thornton
Pat Thornton
Tiffany,


Thank you for sharing your personal thoughts. While I can only imagine what you feel, it does not surprise me that the pain never goes away. I did want to share that your update served as a reminder that our Church was having a bone marrow drive the very next day. I finally got registered along with 200 others from our church. Many more who couldn't do it will come back for another drive. People have said donating bone marrow is painful but if it could prevent the pain that you have gone through for just one person, I will gladly do it and encourage others to as well.


Pat Thornton
Nancy Hente
Nancy Hente
Tiffany, I read your letter and I can feel your pain.  I don't believe that God doesn't give you more than you can handle either.  I don't believe God has any part in that.  He gave us "Free Will" that implies that he doesn't sit in heaven playing puppet master.  He can help us get thru very tough situations in life by reading his word and praying.  In my experience that's the only way you will ever find peace.  God loves you seek his words.  I am praying for you and your family.

Love,

Nancy Hente & Family

 
Paula Mohr
Paula Mohr
Dear Tiffany-

Thank you for sharing with us your heart and pain. I think about you and Josh a lot, and continue to send hugs and love across the miles to you!

Year 2 was not any easier for me after Matthew died. The joy that came with his baby sister Katherine generated happy tears and sad...

May you feel God's peace that passes all understanding... It will come... 

 
Great Aunt Kay Bridges
Great Aunt Kay Bridges
God bless your family.  Holidays are the hardest for all parents of children who died too soon.  Your Lucas, My Great niece, Katie Titchenal, & My daughter died at age 25, 15 years ago. It is still very hard.   She died on Oct 17, 1998.  You are keeping his memory alive.  I think about the little angel too.  Love that baby that you do have & know Lucas is watching from heaven, as is Katie.
Cindy Wollenberg
Cindy Wollenberg
Josh & Tiffany,


I continue to pray for you and your family. I also continue to make hats and small blankets for the children in 9W. To knit and crochet is therapy for me and I feel better knowing that the small contribution I make does help others. I box up everything that was made throughtout the year and send it to the hospital in December in memory of Lucas.


May God continue to heal your broken hearts and give you peace as your are given another opportunity to love with Linus.


God's Blessings to your family,
Rosella Duitsman
Rosella Duitsman
Tiffany,

I wanted to just say that you and Lucas touched our lives.  As my tears flow down my checks I think how lucky we were to met you and know the "Super Lucas".  I often talk to Tucker of Lucas, Lucas is in his book, each year we light a light with Lucas and 9 west warriors at our relay.  Next year of course it will be Super Lucas and Princess Katie bug as well as 9 west warriors. 

I agree with you the words are words, and feelings are feelings, noone knows. 

Tiffany, I will continue to pray that God will grant you peace and understand. 

 

love and hugs from

Tucker and Rose

\
Richard Murray
Richard Murray
Hey Josh.

 After reading your recent post I felt compelled to write to you and let you know that I teared up reading it as I do most of your posts.

 As a father myself, I know the love that you must have for your son's. What I don't know is the pain you feel missing one of them. I can't even try to imagine what it would be like to lose my son and never be able to see or hold him again because the thought of it hurts way to much. Yet, here you are living with this horrible reality daily.

My heart goes out to both you and Tiffany as well as little Linus for your loss of Lucas. I know that my words will not help you heal from this pain but please know that as with many, many others, I am hear for all of you. God Bless you all.
Lois Curcio
Lois Curcio
Hi Josh,  You, Tiffany & little Linus are in our prayers.  It is so sad and unfair that you had to lose Lucas...

We're so thankful that Linus is doing so well, are you going to post some more pictures of your cute little guy?

Love & prayers for a wonderful future for the 3 of you,
Lois & Maurice - Kissimmee, Florida
Nancy Hente
Nancy Hente
Tiffany, I read your letter and I can feel your pain.  I don't believe that God doesn't give you more than you can handle either.  I don't believe God has any part in that.  He gave us "Free Will" that implies that he doesn't sit in heaven playing puppet master.  He can help us get thru very tough situations in life by reading his word and praying.  In my experience that's the only way you will ever find peace.  God loves you seek his words.  I am praying for you and your family.

Love,

Nancy Hente & Family

 
* http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/ryanpatrick
* http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/ryanpatrick
we walk this path, together.  I think of Lucas always.  I know our boys have friends, are playing, look in on us always and are SO POWERFUL in The Universe.  Also, I believe Linus and Lucas know each other and were together before Linus came to earth.  He is bringing Lucas' joy to you daily... A special gift from both your boys.  I also understand the struggle to stay present and enjoy the gift of each moment with our earthly kids... it is tremendously hard - takes strength that is beyond imagining.  You must know how proud of you I am!  My hand is in yours each breath.

Love to you,
Amy Patrick
Ryan's and Evan's mom

Great Aunt Kay Bridges
Great Aunt Kay Bridges
Your story is touching & familiar.  I lost my daughter in 1998.  I still think the same things you do Josh about my daughter.  God Bless Your Family.  Lucas is watching you from above and most likely comes to visit when you are sleeping.  Katie came & woke Dillon up to play in the wee hours, waking their Mother up.  Katie also had a jewelry box Sherry, her Grandma gave her.  Sherry says at night it starts playing music with no one winding it up.  One day you will all be together again.
Pat Thornton
Pat Thornton
Tiffany,


Thank you for sharing your personal thoughts. While I can only imagine what you feel, it does not surprise me that the pain never goes away. I did want to share that your update served as a reminder that our Church was having a bone marrow drive the very next day. I finally got registered along with 200 others from our church. Many more who couldn't do it will come back for another drive. People have said donating bone marrow is painful but if it could prevent the pain that you have gone through for just one person, I will gladly do it and encourage others to as well.


Pat Thornton
Paula Mohr
Paula Mohr
Dear Tiffany-

Thank you for sharing with us your heart and pain. I think about you and Josh a lot, and continue to send hugs and love across the miles to you!

Year 2 was not any easier for me after Matthew died. The joy that came with his baby sister Katherine generated happy tears and sad...

May you feel God's peace that passes all understanding... It will come...