May 25th 2009 11:05 pm

Endless Thank You’s

I tried to sit down and make a list of people to send thank you cards to today.  The cards that have poured in are a mountain of love.  Between the sympathy cards, the emails, and all the posts on the websites, there seems to be an endless supply of compassion, kindness, counsel, and encouragement.  “Thank you” just doesn’t seem to do justice.

However, just as before when Monica finally gave in and realized it was practically impossible for one person to reciprocate to hundreds, I am going to do the same.  At first I felt ambitious and I thought I could keep up, but now I see the wisdom in her decision.  🙂

Anyways, please accept our (mine and Kai’s) deepest gratitude.  So many of you have shared beautiful words and sent selfless gifts of support.  Thank you for loving us through this time.  Please know that it makes a difference.

With love,

Sol and Kai

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One Response to “Endless Thank You’s”

  1. Brecken on 27 May 2009 at 1:15 pm #

    Sol,

    Although you don’t know me, you and your family have been on my prayer list for a long time. I first joined in the prayer fight when there was an impromptu prayer for Monica at church in which Kent annointed Monica with oil. I also attended the Chacon’s house-warming party and spoke with Monica while there. Anyway, I just want to tell you that I am an example of someone that doesn’t know you personally but is praying for you just the same.

    As a mother myself, my heart broke for Monica knowing she had to leave you and Kai behind. Now as you are on this journey of the grieving process, I can’t imagine the heart ache you are experiencing. But I pray that you will find the strength to make it through each day. I also pray that Kai will always have a strong knowledge of the mother that loved him dearly and that her death will draw him closer to God.

    I am praying for wisdom for you as you face various decisions about your future. I know you will survive, and sometimes that’s all it is. But I pray that God will richly bless your life and bring healing to your broken heart.

    Julie Abell

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