One year

Benjamin Burton Sheeren

born still July 29, 2010

1 lb, 1 oz

10 inches long


Son. Grandson. Brother.

You are remembered.

You are missed.

You are loved.

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12 Responses to One year

  1. Roos says:

    Dear Ben,
    When I first laid eyes on you, I was struck by your beauty. I cried. How wonderful to see you again today. Tears in my eyes again. This day. Your day. Like all days.
    Thinking of you and your loved ones,

  2. Stereo says:

    Thinking of you and of beautiful Benjamin. ♥

  3. Lindsey says:

    Sending you, Benjamin, and your whole family all my love today. My heart feels swollen for you all. xox

  4. Celina says:

    Sending you love and big giant hugs. Take time today for you… xoxo

  5. vera kate says:

    thinking of you.
    xoxo — vera

  6. Cynthia Burbage says:

    ten little toes leaving their print on us all…love to you!

  7. jojo says:

    i am holding you and benjamin in my thoughts this weekend! xo

  8. holly says:

    Benjamin~ The day you left this journey for another I cried. I remember where I was, I was fully present then. I think of you often, of your family, how you’ve offered lessons not only to those closest to you, but so many more. I will always hold you close to my heart.

  9. pamela says:

    Oh Alana, what a beautiful little boy. Look what you have done in a year. Benjamin lives in you.

    Hugs and hugs,

  10. Jeannie Page says:

    Beautiful. I have chills reading this. You are so strong and so brave and such an inspiration for so many others who are hurting. Love to you.

  11. KatieP says:

    When I think my pain is unbearable, that life is cruel and unfair, and that somehow I’ve been singled out for unimaginable grief, the Universe reminds me that I am not alone.

    I feel your grief, your pain and your emptiness. It reverberates across time and space to link up with mine and with all women who have lost children, husbands, parents and best friends. Our collective experience takes that small container of agony that we hold in our hearts and releases into a cloud of emotion.

    And somehow the pain eases, the tears sting a little less, and there are moments when we forget to be sad. We are all in this together, this great rollercoaster called life. When we connect, we heal.

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