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Because of the spammers, expecially the Chinese ones, the comments seem to be broken.  Send me an e-mail and I'll manually add you to the guestbook.

Sorry that the spammers felt free to break and ruin everything on their own. -- E-mail for Stephen R. Marsh. for my blog (with comments enabled).

Name:David Crane
Location: Independence, MO USA
Date: Sunday, September 5, 2004 at 20:51:28
Hi Winifred, I remember you from Parkmead Jr High, back in 1975. I was in 8th grade, you were in 7th grade. At a School Dance we danced once. I still remember it. May God bless and comfort you in your losses. I'll be praying for you. For the past 3 years I have been serving with Stonecroft Ministries. Take care. David

Name: Brenda Pearson
Location: New Orleans, La USA
Date: Thursday, September 2, 2004 at 15:50:39
I am sorry for your loss, my heart goes out to your familey. I lost my son Earl P. Roberts 111 to suicide on February 26,2004 no agony or pain can ever compare to loseing your child. My son was only 30yrs old. He suffered a 14yr battle with crack addiction, he started when he was just a kid really, he also suffered from Bipolar disorder.Things got horrible for my son, it robbed him of everything, love, emotions, compassion, ability to hold a job, trust, everything, but most of all it robbed him of himself. He couldnt go on much longer like the way things were for him. He made the decision to let go of his last piece of rope to hang onto. Like he said, Im moving on now, dont let my choice hurt you. He said he was tired of suffering, he was taking away all his pain. Now, how do i go on from here? Its like a double edge sword, i knew he was miserable and bounded by the addiction, but i always hoped it could different for him. I didnt want to let go. I would trade all my tomarrows for one more day with him. I feel God had mercy on him and lifted him up. God Bless all the parents who lost a child. hugs to you all

Note that spammers destroyed a year's worth of entries.  May they receive what they deserve.

The following is all that survived the spam storm.

Name: Virginia D'Orazio
Location: Longmont, CO USA
Date: Friday, July 23, 2004 at 00:14:39

I never realized that there existed such an abundance of grief related websites. I was browsing some this evening and found yours. I was attracted to it because you have lost three children. I am consided by many to be in an unusual situation because of the deaths of two of my children. A daughter, Juliana, died right after birth in July, 1980. On October 4, 1998, my brilliant 20 year old son Jim, then a senior at the University of Colorado, was killed by a drunk driver. Jim's friend Ben was also killed. Eighteen months prior to that Jim's best friend and roommate Scott died of spinal meningitis. 10 months after Jim's death, my husband of 28 years abandoned me and our younger son Jon. I can't quite describe this life journey of the past six years. Thanks to family, friends, organizations such as MADD, love and understanding, my son Jon and I have managed to once again find some semblance of sanity. And then I stumble upon your website and your experiences. What is that series of lines: "Whenever I complain that I have no shoes, I meet someone who has no feet, etc." My heart and love goes out to you who have lost so much. And my admiration also for making such good out of such a tragic situation.

Name:Angel Sharbear

Location: Louisville, Ky USA

Date: Monday, April 28, 2003 at 12:11:53


You have a wonderful memorial site! I am so sorry for your loss; God bless you. Please join us at “Simply Enchanting Angels”. An angelic group!