All Good Things Are Wild and Free
Just a note to say I am thinking of you as I look at the stars in the skies tonight here in the UK. Twinkle on you sparky lady and fly high Ronan.
I played this song for my nearly 2 year old. She danced and I cried. I know we have never met, and I wish I didn’t know anything about you, because that would mean your boy was with you. Your blog touches my heart and I wish I could yell and scream. I know it doesn’t help, but my kids at school are trying to find some ways to raise money for Ronan’s foundation. He is changing lives…even in Iowa. Thank you for sharing him with me.
Maya, I don’t know whether you checked out this blog or not: http://randycourtneytripproth.blogspot.com/
Courtney won one of the categories back in September when you were also Mominated in another category. I bring this up because I discovered her blog when I went to the website to vote for you, so I thought you may have been curious and visited her blog like I did.
In any event, her son died on Saturday. And because you’re such similar, sweet spirits, and because you have so much room in your heart, I thought you’d want to know, if you were aware of them. And if you’re not already aware of this family, well, I still thought you’d want to know because this just seems like exactly the sort of awful, needless death that you are fighting against. Tripp didn’t have cancer, but he did suffer from a disease that should be curable, and would be if it got adequate attention and funding – just like neuroblastoma.
Anyway, that’s all.