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Kristie,The link doesn't work. Could you repost it?Thanks,Leeann
I was checking on Tyler all day yesterday, but I have not been this morning. My heart breaks for them.
Thank you for posting, I have been following Tyler's story for many years and I really thought Ewings wouldn't take him!! I started following Caringbridge when my co-worker's son, Carter Martin, was diagnosed with Ewings.
They are absolutely in my thoughts and prayers.
I've followed him for so long and I thought he was going to be fine. I loved his fun spirit. It's hard to explain how one can feel so sad for people they've never met, but I do.Dixie
You know how much we loved him; Adam is pretty mad right now. We are going to buy a bottle of Diet Coke and some Mentos and do an explosion for him this afternoon. The first time he visited, that's what he did for Adam, and it somehow seems more appropriate than a balloon release. Kristie, can you only imagine the questions he's firing at God right now? That boy sure could talk.... Broken for all of us, but not for Tyler..
Thanks for introducing my to Tyler's story. What an amazing individual. His story really stuck with me. Actually maybe I identified with his mom, just those mom tendencies. Per all your guarantees that those guestbook entries offer some glimmer of light I've left a message.They are in my prayers tonight
I checked his site before going to bed last night around 2am. What a trooper he was. six and a half years of fighting the beast. Tyler was an inspiration to so many.
This is always so hard to hear about. Definately puts many things into perspective. I cant imagine what the family goes through in all of these stages. I am glad his suffering with shortness of breath in the end wasnt prolonged. That is an amazing family.....the human spirit is strong and they are proof. I love how Tyler wrote on caringbrige himself..and the article. Its a blessing that his family has his thoughts and feelings down on "paper." Erin
Oh Kristie, I am so sorry....once your kid is doing well OT you kind of forget about cancer for a while....and then it slaps you back to reality.
I am so sorry about Tyler.I check in often, but rarely post.Many hugs to all of you.(Pleae email me if you think HVF can help with a grief package)
I'm sorry too. Another good kid gone too soon. He leaves behind a lot of love though and I think were he's gone radiance will shine through him.
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