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Debbie Brookover
Debbie Brookover
Your words continue to touch me.  However, this photo has touched my heart.  Since college, when I was assigned a project to write about any subject using only a thousand words, I have hated the comment, "That picture is worth a thousand words."  Ever since that day when all of us in the class turned in our papers, except for one person who turned in one photo, I have hated those words.  But today, your last photo with Meg is worth a thousand words.  This photo truly captures all the pain, sadness and love that touches a family during a loss.  Thanks for sharing.  I wish I had known Meg.    

Lisa Leeling
Lisa Moore Leeling
My heart continues to break for all of you as you relive this day.  All I can do is to pray that God (along with that red headed Angel) wraps their loving arms around you, brings you peace and a sign that Meg is happy and at peace in her new home until she sees you again.  Your strength continues to amaze me. Thank you for continuing to share your beautiful daugher with us! May God Bless!
Lisa 
Lisa  Grisham
Lisa Grisham
Your angel will help provide you with the strength you need to get through your event tonight.  Please know that many of us still think and pray for you often.  You are one strong cookie - you always have been and it's OK to have your times of sadness.  I'm inspired by your strength you show everyday.  You are a huge inspiration to many and from what everyone says about Meg she got this from you.   (((Hugs)))
Debbie Brookover
Debbie Brookover
Dear Cindi,

I wish I had a wonderful Meg story to share with you.  I found Meg's caringbridge site through another friend asking for prayers for her after her accident.  Even though I don't have a personal story, I can tell from everything I've read and watched your daughter touched a lot of hearts.  Meg obviously had the kind of heart that reached out to everyone.  I can't imagine the  pain and the ache in your heart to want to hold, hear and see your beautiful daughter once again.  I can say that I've enjoyed getting to know your daughter.  I do believe she is watching over you.  I thank you for sharing your daughter and your story with me. 
linda robert
linda robert
Cindi,
I noticed my note did not go through to you the first time. I wanted to share with you that I am thankful that you are open and honest about how you are dealing with Meg's death, I have the deepest admiration for you and I am glad that you are writing as a way of "cheap therapy", I am learning from you and I know that you are touching a lot of people (even strangers) on your journey through this tragedy. Meg's memory lives on, she was a great kid and lots of good memories of her growing up. I think of her and you everyday, I have the "impossible is nothing" card with her name and bracelet hanging in my office. I am sorry that we don't see each other everyday as we used to but know that I am thinking of you and praying for comfort, although I know that is not completely possible. The good that Meg did while with us is overwhelming and knowing that she brought life to so many through organ donation after her death is truly a gift. You hang in there - lots of love and hugs sent your way. Linda
Martha Chisholm
Martha Chisholm
As I think about my cousin Meg and what has gone on this past year it has been filled with lots of emotion. As I see my daughter Morgan I can see some of the same characteristic that Meg had in Morgan. I think about all the summers spent babysitting all three of them. Not a day goes by that I don't think about my family and how much I live them. I am so proud of Cindi, Matt, and Molly for how strong they have been. Love you guys so much!
Debbie Brookover
Debbie Brookover
Your words continue to touch me.  However, this photo has touched my heart.  Since college, when I was assigned a project to write about any subject using only a thousand words, I have hated the comment, "That picture is worth a thousand words."  Ever since that day when all of us in the class turned in our papers, except for one person who turned in one photo, I have hated those words.  But today, your last photo with Meg is worth a thousand words.  This photo truly captures all the pain, sadness and love that touches a family during a loss.  Thanks for sharing.  I wish I had known Meg.    

Lisa Leeling
Lisa Moore Leeling
My heart continues to break for all of you as you relive this day.  All I can do is to pray that God (along with that red headed Angel) wraps their loving arms around you, brings you peace and a sign that Meg is happy and at peace in her new home until she sees you again.  Your strength continues to amaze me. Thank you for continuing to share your beautiful daugher with us! May God Bless!
Lisa 
Debbie Brookover
Debbie Brookover
Dear Cindi,

I wish I had a wonderful Meg story to share with you.  I found Meg's caringbridge site through another friend asking for prayers for her after her accident.  Even though I don't have a personal story, I can tell from everything I've read and watched your daughter touched a lot of hearts.  Meg obviously had the kind of heart that reached out to everyone.  I can't imagine the  pain and the ache in your heart to want to hold, hear and see your beautiful daughter once again.  I can say that I've enjoyed getting to know your daughter.  I do believe she is watching over you.  I thank you for sharing your daughter and your story with me. 
Martha Chisholm
Martha Chisholm
As I think about my cousin Meg and what has gone on this past year it has been filled with lots of emotion. As I see my daughter Morgan I can see some of the same characteristic that Meg had in Morgan. I think about all the summers spent babysitting all three of them. Not a day goes by that I don't think about my family and how much I live them. I am so proud of Cindi, Matt, and Molly for how strong they have been. Love you guys so much!
Lisa  Grisham
Lisa Grisham
Your angel will help provide you with the strength you need to get through your event tonight.  Please know that many of us still think and pray for you often.  You are one strong cookie - you always have been and it's OK to have your times of sadness.  I'm inspired by your strength you show everyday.  You are a huge inspiration to many and from what everyone says about Meg she got this from you.   (((Hugs)))
linda robert
linda robert
Cindi,
I noticed my note did not go through to you the first time. I wanted to share with you that I am thankful that you are open and honest about how you are dealing with Meg's death, I have the deepest admiration for you and I am glad that you are writing as a way of "cheap therapy", I am learning from you and I know that you are touching a lot of people (even strangers) on your journey through this tragedy. Meg's memory lives on, she was a great kid and lots of good memories of her growing up. I think of her and you everyday, I have the "impossible is nothing" card with her name and bracelet hanging in my office. I am sorry that we don't see each other everyday as we used to but know that I am thinking of you and praying for comfort, although I know that is not completely possible. The good that Meg did while with us is overwhelming and knowing that she brought life to so many through organ donation after her death is truly a gift. You hang in there - lots of love and hugs sent your way. Linda
Lisa Leeling
Lisa Moore Leeling
My heart continues to break for all of you as you relive this day.  All I can do is to pray that God (along with that red headed Angel) wraps their loving arms around you, brings you peace and a sign that Meg is happy and at peace in her new home until she sees you again.  Your strength continues to amaze me. Thank you for continuing to share your beautiful daugher with us! May God Bless!
Lisa 
Debbie Brookover
Debbie Brookover
Your words continue to touch me.  However, this photo has touched my heart.  Since college, when I was assigned a project to write about any subject using only a thousand words, I have hated the comment, "That picture is worth a thousand words."  Ever since that day when all of us in the class turned in our papers, except for one person who turned in one photo, I have hated those words.  But today, your last photo with Meg is worth a thousand words.  This photo truly captures all the pain, sadness and love that touches a family during a loss.  Thanks for sharing.  I wish I had known Meg.    

Lisa  Grisham
Lisa Grisham
Your angel will help provide you with the strength you need to get through your event tonight.  Please know that many of us still think and pray for you often.  You are one strong cookie - you always have been and it's OK to have your times of sadness.  I'm inspired by your strength you show everyday.  You are a huge inspiration to many and from what everyone says about Meg she got this from you.   (((Hugs)))
Debbie Brookover
Debbie Brookover
Dear Cindi,

I wish I had a wonderful Meg story to share with you.  I found Meg's caringbridge site through another friend asking for prayers for her after her accident.  Even though I don't have a personal story, I can tell from everything I've read and watched your daughter touched a lot of hearts.  Meg obviously had the kind of heart that reached out to everyone.  I can't imagine the  pain and the ache in your heart to want to hold, hear and see your beautiful daughter once again.  I can say that I've enjoyed getting to know your daughter.  I do believe she is watching over you.  I thank you for sharing your daughter and your story with me. 
linda robert
linda robert
Cindi,
I noticed my note did not go through to you the first time. I wanted to share with you that I am thankful that you are open and honest about how you are dealing with Meg's death, I have the deepest admiration for you and I am glad that you are writing as a way of "cheap therapy", I am learning from you and I know that you are touching a lot of people (even strangers) on your journey through this tragedy. Meg's memory lives on, she was a great kid and lots of good memories of her growing up. I think of her and you everyday, I have the "impossible is nothing" card with her name and bracelet hanging in my office. I am sorry that we don't see each other everyday as we used to but know that I am thinking of you and praying for comfort, although I know that is not completely possible. The good that Meg did while with us is overwhelming and knowing that she brought life to so many through organ donation after her death is truly a gift. You hang in there - lots of love and hugs sent your way. Linda
Martha Chisholm
Martha Chisholm
As I think about my cousin Meg and what has gone on this past year it has been filled with lots of emotion. As I see my daughter Morgan I can see some of the same characteristic that Meg had in Morgan. I think about all the summers spent babysitting all three of them. Not a day goes by that I don't think about my family and how much I live them. I am so proud of Cindi, Matt, and Molly for how strong they have been. Love you guys so much!