Waters flow

With sorrow I share that last week we suddenly and tragically lost my husband’s nephew at the age of 26. Buddy spent time around the docks of our seaplane base off and on from the time he was a toddler. He started his flying career with us in 2004 and was back to work for us this summer. He was a gentle soul with a dimpled grin and quick wit, and he was an excellent pilot.
passing rains
My tears fall and mix with the summer rains.
Like the rain the sadness comes in varying volume, randomly; sometimes sudden, tumultuous; sometimes softly, gently.
Like the rain the sadness passes. The sun returns with warmth and light. I go on, stronger.

5 thoughts on “Waters flow

  1. Our sadness knows no bounds. We call it an unwelcome guest…and go on, believing in the hope and comfort only God can give us. We are glad family was gathered together to share and support one another. We did not have that privilege. Much love,

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  2. Brad,Karen and Family
    My condolences to you all.
    I will keep you in my prayers.
    Keep all family close and remember the memories. The sun will come up tomorrow
    God Bless,
    Will Laesch

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  3. Very Sorry to hear the sad news. From all of your friends out at Stonemark you are in our thoughts and prayers. Hold onto each other tight. Ryan and Family.

    Sent from my iPhone

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