“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.”
― Shannon L. Alder
Hey You!!!Thanks for the heads up!!! I loved this story -- and yes, I needed Kleenex. Must be the girl's lungs that have me welling up at the drop of a hat!!!I borrowed your idea to post at Revive Hope today -- (I did tip my hat to you -- thanks again...) My revive hope post is here...Thanks for being alive, TC...Love,Steve
This is such a powerful, fantastic story.-Scott
What a tragic, yet hopeful and inspiring story! This is one of those stories that will encourage people to sign up to be organ donors too. Thanks for sharing (and for the forewarning about getting the kleenex ready!).
Great read. Thanks for sharing!
having worked as a coordinator that day in another part of the area, I knew how difficult this case was, but the broadcast was so beautiful--the change in Jason's parents from the outset to when they met his recipients was so beautiful! This was one of the best media pieces on the effect of donation I have ever seen and it could only do good things for donation!!!
p.s. - i am not anonymous - just forgot my logon namelove, Shim
Thanks for the comments, Shim. And EMAIL me, cause I have your old email address :( and I want to plan a party!!!
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