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Oh gosh, Jamie, I am so sorry. Sounds like you guys had a very special relationship. Bless you and Katie's family.

dawn sela

I am still reading sorry...hugs to you.

shelly hatton

Another reader too.....and I completely believe in that voice too. I recently ignored it as well, and it cost me a last contact with someone too. Prayers out to you and Katie's family.


I'm so sorry to hear this! I sooo believe in listening to the voice and can relate to your experience. Hugs to you and prayers to Katies family.

Thanks for the gentle reminder....


I'm so sorry. That story gave me goosebumps. That's it...I'm making my phone calls tonight.


Jamie- your story brought tears to my eyes. I'm so sorry. I believe in the voice too and as a teacher I know what it is like to get close to a student and then lose touch. Katy knew that you cared for her and I'm sure she passed with fond memories of your time spent together. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family and Katy's.

paolo liloc

my deepest heartfelt condolences... paying attention and listening is something we need to constantly remind ourselves about. thank you for sharing that wisdom.


I am so sorry for your loss of such a wonderful young woman.
Thank you for sharing this story in such an inspiring way.


Thank you for your heartfelt reminder.


My heart breaks for that strong, beautiful girl and her family. As a parent I can't imagine surviving that loss - I can't imagine my life going on. It sounds like you were a pivotal person in that young ladies life, and she yours. I wish you all peace during this difficult time and will keep you message in my mind always! THANK YOU for sharing that story, even though it brings tears to my eyes....


So sorry you didn't get a chance to say goodbye. I'm sure your presence in her life made such a difference to her...and hers to you. Take care,


Oh Jamie, I'm so sorry. For you, for katie, and for everyone who knew her. Thank you for your beautiful reminder that we need to pay attention to that inner voice - we never know when we'll lose the chance.

Take care.


Oh I'm sorry. This happened to my hubby last week. He had been thinkng about his best friend whom he hadn't seen or spoken to in 6 years - life gets in the way. Anyway, we visited his family a few days later and is father told him that his best friend has passed away very unexpectedly just a few days earlier. Needless to day, my poor guy was very upset, especialy as he had been thinking about him and contacting him just days earlier.
You are so right about the 'voice'. I've ignored mine one to many times and now I listen, even though people sometimes think I'm a little paranoid!

Chris (wonkeygirl at peas)

Shelley Rankin

Jamie, what a powerful story and message. I also believe that voice is in each of us. It is just a matter of tuning in and listening. Sorry that you didn't have a chance to talk to her but I am sure you know that she is in a beautiful place and looks down on you and all that you did for her with fondness and love!


I'm so sounds like you were a wonderful blessing in her life and for that you should be very proud.

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