Tuesday, October 16, 2007

I have not slept in thirty six hours and my mind is numb but I just had to say thank you to everyone who has taken the time to email me and leave comments. I read every single one and appreciate the sympathy more than words can say!

Many thanks to everyone who has offered help, support, advice and a listening ear. I love you all!


I plan on doing a little tribute post in a bit about Mark and so you can see him having fun and living. I really miss my best friend (I wrote that for him because I know he still reads my blog from somewhere!)


Anonymous said...

Dear Katie,
I am lost for words. My thoughts and prayers are always with you. I read something from Pam Brown. She said, " Nothing rooted in love is ever lost, for it has become part of the living whole."
May you sail through this difficult time with strength you have from the love you both shared.
Nui and Max

Rene said...

Dear Katie,

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Unfortunately we've not bumped into each other in ebay groups yet but Julie posted in The Mellow Bead about your loss.

So I just wanted to tell you that my thoughts and prayers are with you in this sad time.

Corinne Carpenter

Anonymous said...

No words can express my sorrow for Mark's passing. I am here for you, just a phone call or email away. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you. You are in my thoughts, my prayers and my heart. My family also has you in their prayers and wanted me to express their sorrow to you.

I know we only met Mark in person on a handful of occasions, but chatting with you over these years, I feel like we are good friends to both of you. He treated Mark and I as if we had been friends with the both of you our whole lives. What a caring and giving man he is. Both of you are some of the most giving and caring people I have ever met. What a loss this world will have without him here.

"Mahk" will live on in our hearts forever. I have some pictures with him at the Diamond Back game, and will always keep that as a fond memory.

Jodi and Mark Henry