A Huge Thank You

12:25 pm

Today I received an unexpected parcel, inside were documents detailing an acre of woodland dedicated to Florence, and a ladybird house.
The woodland is near enough to visit, and hopefully we'll be able to do that this weekend.
I'm so touched by this wonderfully thoughtful gift that came from the babywearing community and from my sewing friends.I don't know exactly who to thank, but I think there are lots of you, thank you so much,to know that our daughter's short life has touched so many means such a lot.
Only yesterday I was worried that Florence was being forgotten, but everyone walking in this woodland will read her dedication, and will know her.
Thank you. x

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10 comments

  1. Florence will allways be remembered - she touched an awful lot of hearts in her short life.
    (((hugs)))

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  2. Oh Jeanette, what a beautiful gift for Florence and your family.

    Love, Carlyn

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  3. Florence will never be forgotten. I have been thinking of you all so much. Sending lots of love xxx

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  4. Florence will be remembered - have no worries about that (((hugs))))

    Vanessa

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  5. Oh how wonderful. That is very nice of the group to do. We had a tree planted in a national forrest but the funeral home where we made Shealyn's arrangements. Unfortunately its out of state. (((Hugs)))

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  6. Florence will never be forgotton, she is always with all of us that know her story. I think about her and remember her every day, she is so, so very special ((hugs))xxx

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  7. what a beautiful gift, very fitting for such a beautiful family.

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  8. I think thats lovely, what a beautiful gift.

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  9. How wonderful. What a beautiful gift for you all and Florence. Her story stays in my heart and she will never be forgotten.

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  10. Florence won't ever be forgotten, certainly not by me at least - I know we've never met IRL but your loss touched my heart like never before. I hope you don't mind but I put Florence's name on this 'World's Longest Embroidery' last year http://www.embroiderersguild.com/whatson/archives/wle/index.php It was at Quarry Bank Mill and seemed appropriate at the time as I know it's a place dear to your heart, using a medium that is quite simply, you x

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