In - Always in our hearts

  • Chloe Pinsonneault lit a candle on 12/06/2019:
    "You left us 10 years ago and I finally got the guts to get something to remind me of you and to remind me to stay strong. 10 years I was thinking to myself, should I get a tattoo of something that was so painful to me !?! But my annual melancholy came back as usual like every holidays and, I thought it was time for me to finally do that semicolon for both of us. 10 years I've missed you so badly, understanding each year, as time goes by, the pain and suffering you were going through all that time. How naive I was as a child to not know what you were going through. I've finally grown up and understood why you left. I long asked myself why you did this, not thinking about the ones you loved and loved you back. I soon realized what you were feeling and how unbearable it was to live with this massive weight you carried upon your shoulders. Now it's my turn to fight this pain and I will do it for both of us. I know you wouldn't wanted me to ever give up. Now, I have something to look at every time I feel sad, reminding me how I care to people and how much I cared for you. I know you're still out there somewhere, looking up on me. I miss you so much every day. I wish you could have seen me grow up. You were the best auntie I could ever have. So this, is for you auntie Sue. I love you and I will continue my journey for both of us. "

  • Richard Pinsonneault lit a candle on 09/19/2016:
    "Perhaps they are not stars in the sky, but rather openings where our loved ones shine down to let us know they are happy. - Eskimo Legend "

  • Pat Thompson lit a candle on 09/19/2019:
    "Ten years today. I've grieved your death every single day and found comfort in the love we shared. I vow to make the next ten about celebrating your life daily. I promise you, Susan, I will feed my gratitude for the gift of your artistic, beautiful and deeply caring spirit more than my grief."

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