Sunday, December 18, 2011

Last nights services was wonderful and liberating. Kezia and I seemed to feel more closure afterwards. I spoke. I am at a bit of a loss for words right now but felt I needed to write just a bit.


  1. I glad for that Mike. I always seem to think of you guys these days, cry for you and wish it could have ended so, so differently. Wish we could have been there yesterday, but we're in BC and don't have the means. We were with you in spirit yesterday though, knowing how hard it would be for you, and we all wore bright colors and miss-matched socks in honor of your daughters colorful personality. And cried. I hope you find something worthwhile to fill the time and keep your minds busy. I also hope that you both have some counselling to work through this--early counselling makes a HUGE difference. As I've said before, I believe her spirit is living in a kind of 'dream', where she is with you like all of this never happened.

    Love you guys,

  2. your ability to type even a few sentences during this indescribably painful time is a testament to your amazing strength and grace. now we know were Saoirse inherited it from. wishing peace to you and Kezia. God bless you.

  3. Hi Mike

    I read your response to some of the CNN comments. I really hope you don't feel like you have to justify any of your choices to write or share your story. You guys are really making a difference. You are doing a wonderful thing. Even while sick, Saiorse radiated a light which was seen all over the world.


  4. ive been donating to st.judes hospital for about 8 years now, i have had no personal experience but knowing that innocent little children are dying from cancer breaks my heart and i want to help best i can. your strength is amazing and i truly believe she is there watching over you two.