Kite Poem

This is the beloved Kite Poem I’ve written about… Many of you requested I send it.  I do not know who wrote it or I would include that information. One more thing you need to know…Scott died on May 20…and when I first saw this poem…and the kites…I KNEW it had come from Scott. Remember always…there are no coincidences!Kite Poem 001

 

 

 

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  • Linda Recht
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    Sara,
    This is such a beautiful poem. Scott loves you so much to leave such a meaningful and heartfelt sign. Thank you for sharing it with us.

  • Your loving husband
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    What an awesome poem MoM! xoxo

  • Milt Sanderford
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    My Dear Sara,
    Your beautiful blog is doing a wonderful job of helping to understand the healing process and assisting in moving beyond. Those of us who have never dealt with losing a child have no way of knowing the associated pain and the emotional and physical toll on the grieving parent.

    Thanks for your efforts on their behalf.

    All Love,

    Milt

    • Sara Ruble
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      Dear Milt…Thank you for your wonderful words. My own grief journey began so unexpectedly and I was so totally unprepared. My hope is to help where I can…and share how I found hope and meaning… xox

    • Sara Ruble
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      Linda…you understand and I love that for us…
      Thank you.

  • Valerie
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    Beautiful

  • Patricia McHenry
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    Hi Sara, I’ve been to your blog a couple of other times and read some of the entries. Today I decided to start from the beginning. I feel it’s not a coincidence that it is the angelversay of your son Scotts passing.Please know I am thinking of you and Scott. I lost my beautiful Melissa suddenly and unexpectedly one year ago on May 9, 2016. She was the light of our lives. It is such a tremendous cross to bear this grief. In hindsight I can’t believe how this seems like it was our soul plan. I spent a beautiful Mother’s Day with her and drove home with her the next day and than found her collapsed on my back deck as I went to open the door for her. She always had MVP ( mitro valve prolapse) and her autopsy revealed an enlarged heart. She was only at the cardiologist 5 months prior. She was a lifeguard and taught art and dance to the young kids in our community. She was 18 and beautiful and finished her freshman year at college, which was where we were returning home from. All I can say is I know her life and her passing has taught me so much. The signs are beyond amazing that my journal is packed with them. It seems people find me just to tell me what they receive from her. There are no coincidences and I know she is with me always. I am going to the HPH conference next April and I am so looking forward to hearing you and the other speakers. I never realized how much her passing has impacted the lives of me,my family and my entire community. As sad as I feel I know from her that she wants me to show the love she had so much of. Thank you for your inspiring words to help parents like us cope. Much love and blessings to you.

    • Sara Ruble
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      Thank you for writing Patricia…beautiful, sad, incredible, meaningful, and so real. The love you feel, the love I feel, there is SO much. And because of that we will not give up trying to understand the reality of life and death. Our children, our loved ones are pushing us to see more, to grasp this new communication, and find that place between two worlds, where we see the bigger picture. Everything Melissa brings is to teach you, show you her everlasting connection, for your healing and understanding too. And as I have learned…our futures are being opened up by their love and commitment to us.
      I look forward to meeting you at HPH Patricia…it will be incredible! xoxo

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