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Memorial created 04-16-2007 by
Kim Nesbitt Maureen Geisinger
McKayla W. Geisinger
December 20 1993 - March 19 2007

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02-29-2008 5:04 PM -- By: ,  From:  

I woke up this morning,
and you were not there.
I couldn't kiss your cheek,
or brush back your hair.
The days of joy are over,
the pain and sorrow starts,
because when you went to Heaven,
you took a piece of my heart.
I have to live this nightmare,
each morning when I wake;
I have to feel this pain,
with every breath I take.
With gut wrenching sorrow,
and mind numbing pain,
I daily live this nightmare,
over and over again.
By Natalie Camp

02-29-2008 1:33 PM -- By: Alexis K.,  From:  

Hey McKayla!

I miss you so much.  Your 1 year is coming around and I know your family really needs your love and suport.  I know you are with us everyday but some people forget, so please help your family this month.

Love, Alexis Keable

02-29-2008 12:50 AM -- By: Randy Ariey,  From: calif  

Hi McKayla,  please ask God to support your family down here on earth. Ask God to help make your family laugh more! Talk to you later. Love Randy Ariey and Family

02-28-2008 11:07 PM -- By: Beth,  From: Catholic Forums  

God Bless You! What beautiful daughters! Ours are 22, almost 14, and 12. I cannot imagine your loss. Thank you for reminding me how precious they are.

02-28-2008 3:24 PM -- By: Mommy,  From:  


Honey, my friend from Australia called and her mom is in intensive care - shine your light on them ok honey.  xoxoxo 

02-28-2008 12:07 AM -- By: Amelia Parent,  From: mont vernon  


Even on a rainy day

Her smile would brighten every room

Her eyes sparkled with neverending happiness

Like sapphires gleaming in the sun,

She would always look for the best in others

Just like Rachel Joy Scott,

Until the Heavens called her name

She sprouted her wings and flown away,

That day touched everyone

In many different ways,

She was so young

Her heart full of pride,

Sometimes the hardest thing to say is goodbye,

In my mind I hear her voice

"Be happy not sad,

Look up not down,

I am beside you

Wherever you go,

Remember our memories"

From Earth to the Heavens

McKayla was and always will be our Guardian Angel

-In memory of McKayla W. Geisinger 12/20/93 - 3/19/07 Thirteen blessful years

^ I wrote this for my Language Arts Poetry Book, I was on the verge of tears when I shared it with my class. I love you very much McKayla, and I miss you  everyday. Please watch over us.

Missing you everyday,

Amelia Parent


02-27-2008 4:00 PM -- By: Your Friend,  From:  

"Grieving means talking about what you're going through in the presence of some other people and letting them react to you," says Dr. Jim Conway.

So how do you find the right people to share with? First consider your family members. Then consider sharing with members of a grief recovery group. If these options are not good for you, as mentioned previously, try to find someone in your church or neighborhood who has experienced a loss similar to yours. If you tell him or her that you need someone to talk to, that person will likely be glad to meet with you.

It may seem easier and more desirable to keep your words, thoughts, and emotions inside and to busy yourself with work and activities to help you forget. But that forgetfulness is short-lived and ultimately ineffective. True healing will only occur when you slow down and let grief run its course.

"Yet it was good of you to share in my troubles" (Philippians 4:14).

Lord Jesus, You know what is best for me much more than I ever will. Open my heart and my mouth and enable me to share my story with others. Amen.

02-27-2008 3:30 PM -- By: ,  From:  

Her absense is like the sky, spread over everything (C.S. Lewis - A Grief Observed)

02-26-2008 11:32 AM -- By: A FRIEND,  From:  

      Heavenly Father, we thank You for

     Your great love for us, a love that sent
      Your Son Jesus to the cross so that we
      could be made right with you and live
      With You forever. Father, Your Word
      teaches us that You are the God of all
      comfort. I ask right now for all those
      who need Your gentle touch, that You
      will comfort them in their heart, mind,
      and spirit. May Your Spirit make the
      truth of Your Word real in their hearts
      I pray that they will have the strength
      and courage to trust You to meet their
      every need.
          ;           Amen.

02-24-2008 7:38 PM -- By: mimi,  From: mont vernon,nh  

hey    it's been a while     i've prayed so hard, and yet, almost a year later, i'm still missing you. the only thing that keeps my spirit up is the assurrance of seeing you again someday.   i know i should move on, but i can't help but wonder who you'd be today. i wasn't close to you, but i miss you excruciatingly. this year at the spring gala, im running the 5k for you:)   

i love you, mimi cianci

02-22-2008 10:31 AM -- By: MOMMY,  From:  


02-21-2008 9:30 PM -- By: a friend,  From:  

mckayla, please come back. i miss you so much. i cant wait to see you again. march 19 is not a day im looking forward to. im not sure i'll be able to bear the pain.



hope to see you again,

a friend.

02-20-2008 9:14 AM -- By: ,  From:  

Happy In Heaven Please don't ask me if I’m over it yet. I'll never be over it.

Please don't tell me She's in a better place, She isn't here with me.

 Please don't say at least She isn't suffering. I haven't come to terms with why she might have had to suffer at all.
Please don't tell me you know how I fell, unless you have lost a child.

Please don't ask me if I feel better. Bereavement isn't a condition that clears up.

Please don't tell me at least you had so long. What day would you choose for your child to die?

Please don't tell me God never gives us more that we can bear. Please just tell me you are sorry.

Please just say you remember her, mention her name.


02-20-2008 12:00 AM -- By: Amy,  From: ut  

Wow... I've just looked over you're beautiful site you made for sweet McKayla.  I too feel your pain.  I am so sorry for your loss.  I can tell by your words that you miss her s much.  I just lost my lilttle borthe Kristofer Moore who's alos on here to a motorcycle accident in Oct. This has ben more than I can stand...he lived with me the last year of his life...which I'm grateful for.  Please know that you're forever in my thought and prayers.  Love Always, Amy

(Kristofer moore Vm)

02-19-2008 9:50 PM -- By: ,  From:  

Oh honey - missing you so much.  So very much.  I try to be strong ... here it is 9:30 pm and everyone is sleeping ... yet I can't because I am missing you so much.  It is so extremely lonely without you .... Grieving is so very lonely ... I wish I could feel you near me .... Shine your light honey ....

02-19-2008 6:57 AM -- By: Mommy,  From:  

11 Months today honey ... we are so very sad ... and still struggling day to day - hour by hour.  I asked God this morning - how am I going to do this today ... when your absense is like the sky, spread over everything (C.S. Lewis - A Grief Observed)

Please help us honey - ask God/Jesus and His Angels to watch over us ... sadness abounds. xoxoxo

02-17-2008 6:34 PM -- By: ,  From:  


02-16-2008 12:03 PM -- By: Mommy,  From:  

Hi my beautiful baby girl:

Just stopped by ... someone left you a beautiful rose.  Thank you - whom ever that was ... it always make my heart smile when I see that someone has visited you ....

Missing you terribly KK xoxoxoxo

02-16-2008 9:26 AM -- By: Amelia,  From: Mont Vernon  

Hey McKayla,

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!!!! I miss you so much!! I think about you everyday, and pray for you every night.

i love you,


02-15-2008 8:22 AM -- By: ,  From:  

Job expressed this sentiment: "If only my anguish could be weighed and all my misery be placed on the scales! It would surely outweigh the sand of the seas-no wonder my words have been impetuous" (Job 6:2-3).

Precious Lord, You know the desires of my heart. In my confusion give me peace to know that You are in control of all life and You do not make mistakes. Amen.

02-14-2008 8:41 PM -- By: Mommy,  From:  



02-14-2008 7:11 AM -- By: ,  From:  

Happy Valentines Day Beautiful.  Missing you with every breathe – will be by soon to blow you a kiss.

02-12-2008 7:05 PM -- By: Loving You,  From:  

8668 Nothing is like a child's wonder. I remember her smile, her joy, her life. Nothing is like a child's death. I can only imagine your pain. Nothing will keep me from being there for you!

02-12-2008 7:04 PM -- By: ,  From:  





Looks like a perfect family photo
But someone is missing
and their absence still hurts.

I just wanted you to know
that I'm thinking of you.

02-12-2008 7:03 PM -- By: A FRIEND,  From:  






Your arms are empty
but your heart is still full.


Cherishing the memories.
Sharing the tears.
Thinking of you

02-12-2008 1:18 PM -- By: Mommy,  From:  

Honey - I am sad.  Nana and Papa left a beautiful valentine at McKayla's place.  You saw it - it was a Teddy Bear holding on to Roses ... in a container so the weather wouldn't get it. 

It is no longer there.  We think someone took it ... we hope that perhaps that isn't the case - that it blew away during the windy days we have in Mont Vernon ... but I truly think someone stole it.

Pray for that person who did - OK honey - don't be too upset with them.  I love you ... loving you every second of the day ... xoxoxoxo 

02-12-2008 10:18 AM -- By: Mommy,  From:  


Lovinging you with every breath I take honey - we miss you so much .... how can it be that you are not with us physically anymore .... SHINE YOUR LIGHT ON US HONEY - we need it - OK

02-11-2008 8:45 AM -- By: ,  From:  

 “Lord, scoop us up in your everlasting arms, carry us through this trial, and comfort us.”

02-09-2008 12:08 PM -- By: Henri Nouwen Society ,  From:  

Giving and Receiving Consolation

Consolation is a beautiful word. It means "to be" (con-) "with the lonely one" (solus). To offer consolation is one of the most important ways to care. Life is so full of pain, sadness, and loneliness that we often wonder what we can do to alleviate the immense suffering we see. We can and must offer consolation. We can and must console the mother who lost her child, the young person with AIDS, the family whose house burned down, the soldier who was wounded, the teenager who contemplates suicide, the old man who wonders why he should stay alive.

To console does not mean to take away the pain but rather to be there and say, "You are not alone, I am with you. Together we can carry the burden. Don't be afraid. I am here." That is consolation. We all need to give it as well as to receive it.


02-08-2008 9:32 PM -- By: ,  From:  

If Heaven Were Earth


If heaven were earth

There would be no death

there would be no sorrow

there would be no hate

there would be no sadness

there would be KK

If heaven were earth

we would all be happy

we could dry our tears

we could hug her

kiss her

talk with her

but for now

she is with god

she misses us

we miss her

we love her




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