Thursday, December 17, 2009


December 18, 1999

It's hard to believe it would have been ten years since that wonderful day. I miss Nate more and more with each passing hour.












Morgan and Landon are doing so great. They are what keeps me going.


I hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas. Don't take for granted those closest to you.
Love,
Deb

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

You and your family are always in my prayers. I hope that you can find comfort in your children and family during this difficult time.

Anonymous said...

Deb, I am so glad that you have Morgan and Landon. What wonderful children you and Nate have raised and a wonderful gift to have during this Christmas season. We love you so much and hope that you feel comforted by the kids and the rest of your family as you experience birthdays and holidays in the coming years. You are amazing Deb!
With much love...
Your sis,
Nancy

Anonymous said...

Deb,
Thank you for sharing your thoughts and beautiful pictures.

John 14:27

-Joe

Olga Patricia Serrano Karwoski said...

Dear Deb,

You are a beautiful and amazing woman. I love the pictures you've posted. Morgan and Landon are so beautiful too. You are loved by many. You are always in my prayers.

Much Love,

~ Olga

Anonymous said...

Deb,
You are an amazing woman, and your children are wonderful. Please know that you have many here at Grace that consider you part of our Grace family. You and the kids continue to be in our thoughts and prayers. I pray that you and your family are truly blessed in this new year.

Fun with the Heene's said...

Ten years, it was such a beautiful day. The strength, love and support that Nate and you had for God and eachother shone so bright that day and just got brighter each and every day that followed.
We are thankful for you to be blessed with Morgan and Landon help you through this time. Our prayers and thoughts are with your family continuously.
Love you.

Anonymous said...

Deb: What a wonderful family you have. May we not take those we love who are close to us for granted. You are truly an inspiration for us all. We (your friends) here in Illinois are always thinking and praying for you guys.
Love,
Diane Hansen Grah

Anonymous said...

Dear Deb, I look at the pics of Morgan and Landon and see the similarities to Lin Siddon's girls
and grandkids - all beautiful gifts
from the dear Lord. Give them hugs
for me. God bless each of you with
his joy and peace as you remember
Nate on his birthday. Our love and
prayers are with you now as ever. In His heart, Ginny Bernstorf a good friend of the Siddons.

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You and your family are always in my prayers. I hope that you can find comfort in your children and family during this difficult time.

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You are a beautiful and amazing woman. I love the pictures you've posted. Morgan and Landon are so beautiful too. You are loved by many. You are always in my prayers.

Anonymous said...

Dear Deb,

Was thinking of Nate today. I am so sorry for your loss. I only knew him through auto-crossing, but I liked him as a friendly competitor.

I hope you and your family are doing well.

Luis

Anonymous said...

Deb,
I found your memorial on the Melanoma.org site and it led me here. I am not sure how often you check this site - but I wanted you to know how touching your story is... I am living with someone on the journey right now and so afraid of what is to come.
Sharing your story and reading your journey somehow gives me peace - not peace with the prospect of loss, but that it was so clear that you journeyed together and I am certain Nate felt your strength, presence and love. He fought and walked this road with such dignity and courage - that is clear.
I hope we are able to do the same.
I send you my very best regards, and support - I hope you are doing well now and continuing to live with Nate's presence through all whom he touched during his life.
Sincerely,
Erin Rapallini

Anonymous said...

Hi, just reading nate's journey, a friend of mine posted his you rube video on her caring bridge site, she has the same diagnosis. I hope you and your children are doing well.
Sherri Probasco
Grand island, NE