1. (Cont.) Who otherwise had no hope. No God is not evil, "God is kind and loving and will bring great things to us" sometimes in the darkest of our hours. I will pray for you Mill, you are in my heart
    August 10, 2012 3:20 pm on Community mourns teen found dead near Lake Central
  2. I would never claim that God "kills" people on purpose, but I do believe God always has a plan for us. When we are born, we are not guaranteed to live a long life; only God knows the reason he set us upon this earth and when our job is through.

    I don't want to sound like I'm being unsympathetic, I am not and my heart breaks for this young man's family and friends, but you don't know what good may come from this either. As a family member of a suddenly deceased person and a basketball mom of the same, I can tell you that I have seen families who were not close become a tight knit bunch, scholarships created to help kids go to school, and people receive organs who were otherwise
    August 10, 2012 3:16 pm on Community mourns teen found dead near Lake Central
  3. Please don't lose sight of what is important, & at this point it's not who was the "Dad"
    I was in the St Anthony's ER that night and we saw them bring the kids in and heard that poor mother screaming and begging for this not to be happening; our hearts sank.
    So stop debating about dads and step dads it's not important. What is important is to support each other at this horrible time in the days, weeks, months, and years to come. Our family has lost a daughter and believe me when I say that the funeral is only the beginning of the grieving process. Hold on tight to one another and don't point fingers, you're all hurting because a precious angel had to go back to Jesus before he should have. God bless all of you and I will continue to pray for your family.
    July 09, 2012 9:04 am on Lowell boy, 4, killed in three-vehicle crash
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