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Kim Nesbitt Maureen Geisinger
McKayla W. Geisinger
December 20 1993 - March 19 2007

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10-03-2009 5:40 PM -- By: ,  From:  

"They say that time in heaven is compared to 'the blink of an eye'
for us on this earth. Sometimes it helps me to think of my child
running ahead of me through a beautiful field of wildflowers and
butterflies; so happy and completely caught up in what she is
doing that when she looks behind her, I'll already be there."
~Author Unknown


09-28-2009 10:58 PM -- By: Judi Zachar,  From: Michigan  

Dear Moe,

I will forever pray for your loss. I have no more words to say that wil comfort you. I cannot even imagine something as what you are going through. God is with you and always will be. I pray that you get a moment of some peace once a day. God's graces be with you.



09-12-2009 2:14 PM -- By: Michelle Contos,  From: Amherst  

Hi McKayla,

Loving and missing you as everyone always is. Sending lots and lots of love your family's way. When i went to the Middle School the other day i half expected to still see your wall up...


09-12-2009 9:53 AM -- By: Nancy Parent,  From: Mont Vernon  

Think about you, Greg, and Amanda often.

09-12-2009 8:47 AM -- By: ,  From:  


Just for today I will try to live through the next 24 hours and not expect to get over my child’s death, but instead learn to live with it, just one day at a time.

Just for today I will remember my child’s life, not just her death, and bask in the comfort of all those treasured days and moments we shared.

Just for today I will forgive all the family and friends who didn’t help or comfort me the way I needed them to. They truly did not know how.

Just for today I will smile no matter how much I hurt on the inside, for maybe if I smile a little, my heart will soften and I will begin to heal.

Just for today I will reach out to comfort a relative or friend of my child, for they are hurting too, and perhaps we can help each other.

Just for today I will free myself from my self-inflicted burden of guilt, for deep in my heart I know if there was anything in this world I could of done to save my child from death, I would have done it.

Just for today I will honor my child’s memory by doing something with another child because I know that would make my own child proud.

Just for today I will offer my hand in friendship to another bereaved parent for I do know how they feel.

Just for today when my heart feels like breaking, I will stop and remember that grief is the price we pay for loving and the only reason I hurt is because I had the privilege of loving so much.

Just for today I will not compare myself with others. I am fortunate to be who I am and have had my child for as long as I did.

Just for toady I will allow myself to be happy, for I know that I am not deserting her by living on.

Just for today I will accept that I did not die when my child did, my life did go on, and I am the only one who can make that life worthwhile once more.

~ written by Vicki Tushingham ~

09-01-2009 11:41 AM -- By: ,  From:  

Hey Moe,

Weird thing hapopened on the way to work. This white car was in front of me in mont vernon, the license plate said''miss u'' then in amherst i was behind another car that the license plate said'' mis u''.

I got to thinking about what kind of pain the drivers of those cars were in and about the loved one the must have lost to prompt them to choose such a plate.

I wanted you to know i'm thinking about you today and your pain in missing KK so very deeply. You are not alone.....

I hope you can find even one moment of the day today to feel god's peace and love and comfort....

08-29-2009 9:33 AM -- By: Deb Habony,  From: Myrtle Beach, SC  

KK,          &nbs p;           &n bsp;                       &nbs p;           &n bsp;                       &nbs p;           &n bsp;            Your Mom is really heavy hearted for you these days. Please send her your love and let her know you are blissfully walking with our Lord!

May God bring favor to your family!

Loving hugs,


08-29-2009 12:47 AM -- By: Randy,  From:  

Hi McKayla, were just trying to get your mom through this tough spot in the year. Keep looking down on us. We will never forget you. talk to you a little later. Randy

08-28-2009 1:17 PM -- By: ,  From:  

Sometimes unspeakable things happen to us …

Tragedy rips our heart out …

Family and friends let us down …

But all the matters in the end  …

Is what we do with …


08-24-2009 8:25 AM -- By: ,  From:  


Parents' Grief

Many parents have to suffer the death of a child, at birth or at a very young age. There probably is no greater suffering than losing a child, since it so radically interferes with the desire of a father and mother to see their child grow up to be a beautiful, healthy, mature, and loving person. The great danger is that the death of a child will take away the parents' desire to live. It requires an enormous act of faith on the part of parents to truly believe that their children, however brief their lives, were given to them as a gift from God, to deepen and enrich their own lives.

Whenever parents can make that leap of faith, their children's short lives can become fruitful far beyond their expectations.


08-15-2009 5:27 PM -- By: Randy,  From: Calif  

Hi KK, Im just thinking of you today. I know you want people to stop crying and get on with their lives. Watchover your sister as she begins to drive. We have not forgot about you and never will. Love Randy

08-09-2009 12:23 PM -- By: Jake's mom Kathy,  From:  

KK, I hope you and Jake are watching over all of us.  Stay close to your mom.  She is a very special person.  Always let her know how close you really are.


07-18-2009 11:50 PM -- By: Claudette Stone,  From:  

 I think of McKayla so often----and you, Moe and Greg and Amanda....You are all so strong....The book sounds terrific---good luck with it.  And know you four are all loved by us Mont Vernon folks....

07-14-2009 9:18 AM -- By: ,  From:  

Do Not Lose Heart

Therefore we do not lose heart.
Though outwardly we are wasting away,
yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day.
For our light and momentary troubles
are achieving for us an eternal glory
that far outweighs them all.
So we fix our eyes not on what is seen,
but on what is unseen.
For what is seen is temporary,
but what is unseen is eternal.

- 2 Corinthians 4:16-18

07-10-2009 1:22 PM -- By: Maryann Stuke,  From: Nashua, NH  

Moe-This is so exciting about your book!  You are amazing!  Coe's forward is beautiful and I am sure this is a much blessed effort that will be life-changing for all who will read it.   Take care and I look forward to seeing you whenever you get a chance!  Love, Mez


07-10-2009 12:23 PM -- By: Denise StPierre,  From: Mont Vernon  

07-08-2009 11:25 AM -- By: Deb,  From: Myrtle Beach, SC  


Just had to check in on KK todayl

Love you!

07-06-2009 10:00 AM -- By: The Emerson Family,  From: Amherst, NH  


We pray that you Greg, Amanda and your family know the love of our Lord through the works and deeds of those around you. May it bring you strength and hope for the days ahead.

Love & Hugs,

Bill, Lisa, Andrew, Peter & Julia

07-05-2009 11:31 PM -- By: Terence Henry,  From: Combermere, On, Canada  

Dear Maureen, I am hearing of this for the 1st time.  -Pause-,   Last yr our family lost 2 young friends in a drowning.  Our comfort lies in the knowledge that they are totally at peace, and that we can ask for their prayers.  I also just noticed that Dec 20 is my daughter Jenna's birthday, and that March 19 is my daughter Christa's b'day.  So, on their birthdays I will always remember.  I look at your daughter's photos and I can't help but see my daughters. 

Of course I will remember you and your family in my prayers, and my heartfelt love to you.  Terence deogratias@bell.net

07-04-2009 7:52 AM -- By: Ellen,  From: RonniesMom  

K.K. Have a happy 4th of July in heaven.  Send lots of Angel hugs and kisses to your mom today, she misses you so much.

07-04-2009 12:35 AM -- By: Randy,  From: Calif  

Hi K.k. I heard your momis writing a book. I think its a great idea. You will help many people by this book. When I think of you I remember you smiling. So, I know you are smiling in heaven. Intercede for your mom and dad and aunts and please watch over us at Pismo Beach in a couple of weeks. Talk to you later. your friend Randy

07-03-2009 10:53 PM -- By: Debbie Hinrichs,  From: Amherst  


I look forward to reading your book and know that it will be special because it is about your family, McKayla and your loss.  I have always felt that your family has dealt with McKayla's death with such grace and I can only believe that it is because God is with all of you.  I know that the book will bring comfort to all of us who look for answers about why such things happen to us here on earth.

Be well.  Debbie


07-02-2009 1:47 PM -- By: rich farrell,  From: milford  

maureen...my heart is crushed by this!! it brought me back to cathy when i was a little boy... but i believe you'll see her again!!

06-25-2009 10:22 PM -- By: shannon murphy,  From: merrimack  

Hi KK, I know you see me but just a reminder that you're always with me (: At a church course just last week  icould feel you there and i cried my eyes out... It's always nice to see that big genuinly happy smile in my thoughts everyday though!

I miss you... I love you

xox shannon

06-21-2009 10:39 AM -- By: ,  From:  

 Missing you so much honey - things just seem to continue to storm inside, and there is no relief.

Going to work on your book today ... help inspire me! 

Love you

06-17-2009 2:36 AM -- By: Rea mom of Emile,  From: Johannesburg, South Africa  

(((((((Moe))))))) You are in my heart and prayers always and forever. We will get thru this and we will have a life again with our angles in our hearts forever. Blessed Be!!

06-15-2009 10:38 AM -- By: ,  From:  

“Survivors may be terrified to the edge of sanity, incapacitated by shock and horror. Their wounds are not of the flesh, but of the mind and the spirit. Engulfed by grief, they necessarily live moment by moment, putting one foot before the other, breathing in and breathing out. They feel disconnected from reality. Their world has suddenly become one of shattered dreams, endless nights, and inconsolable pain. They feel isolated, guilty, angry and totally in the dark about how to get through the next hour, day, week and month. They wonder if living is even possible without their loved one.”

“But with time, perseverance and support, they learn that transition means reinventing their lives without the physical presence of the loved one, while continuing to love and honor that person.”

06-05-2009 2:51 PM -- By: Randy Ariey,  From:  

Hi KK, Your mom misses you a lot. You sure left behind a lot of people that love you. Ask God to give your mom and dad many happy times together. Talk to you soon. Randy

05-31-2009 1:46 PM -- By: ,  From:  



Sometimes life seems hard to bear,

Full of sorrow, trouble and woe

It's then I have to remember

That it's in the valleys I grow.


If I always stayed on the mountain top

And never experienced pain,

I would never appreciate God's love

And would be living in vain.


I have so much to learn

And my growth is very slow,

Sometimes I need the mountain tops,

But it's in the valleys I grow.


I do not always understand

Why things happen as they do,

But I am very sure of one thing.

My Lord will see me through.


My little valleys are nothing

When I picture Christ on the cross

He went through the valley of death;

His victory was Satan's loss.


Forgive me Lord, for complaining

When I'm feeling so very low.

Just give me a gentle reminder

That it's in the valleys I grow.


Continue to strengthen me, Lord

And use my life each day

To share your love with others

And help them find their way.


Thank you for valleys, Lord

For this one thing I know

The mountain tops are glorious

But it's in the valleys I grow!






(This poem was written by Jane Eggleston who currently lives in Virginia. Her son Jeff states, "She is a wonderful person, loves Jesus and has been the best mother anyone could ever ask for." What a fitting tribute to any mother.)

05-29-2009 8:14 PM -- By: MOMMY,  From:  

Daddy is home safe and sound ... missing you ... another weekend ... trying to come to grip with you not being with us ... how are we to do that ...

Loving you honey - missing you terribly --- xooxxooxo Mommy


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