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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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05-29-2009 11:02 AM -- By: Debra gibson,  From: Mont Vernon  

our thoughts are with you daily!

05-18-2009 9:52 PM -- By: Randy,  From:  

Hi KK, we miss you. Your mom says that she is doing a little better. Keep looking out for her and your dad and sis and family and friends. Talk to you soon! Randy

05-13-2009 9:37 PM -- By: Lynne Chisholm,  From: Mont Vernon, NH  

You are forever in our hearts, we miss you!

05-12-2009 1:11 PM -- By: ,  From:  


My Mom is a survivor,
or so I've heard it said.
But I can hear her crying at night
when all others are in bed.

I watch her lay awake at night
and go to hold her hand.
She doesn't know I'm with her
to help her understand.

But like the sands on the beach
that never wash away . . .
I watch over my surviving mom,
who thinks of me each day.

She wears a smile for others . . .
a smile of disguise!
But through Heaven's door I see
tears flowing from her eyes.

My mom tries to cope with death
to keep my memory alive.
But anyone who knows her knows
it is her way to survive.

As I watch over my surviving mom
through Heaven's open door . . .
I try to tell her that angels
protect me forevermore.

I know that doesn't help her . . .
or ease the burden she bears.
So if you get a chance, go visit her . . .
and show her that you care.

For no matter what she says . . .
no matter what she feels.
My surviving mom has a broken heart
that time won't ever heal

05-12-2009 12:26 PM -- By: ,  From:  


Talk to me, my precious child
Speak to me in my heart,
Let me hear your kind, sweet voice
Full of love, though we’re apart

Touch my hand, my precious child
Even if just so brief
Let me feel your gentleness
To help me through my grief.

The scent of you, may I enjoy
Just one more time, I plead
To lift my spirit and soothe my soul
Right now, it’s what I need

May I see your smile once more
It brightens up my day
With twinkling eyes and warmest grin
You won’t seem far away

Stay with me, my precious child
In heart and soul and mind
Though you have left this world for now
Please don’t leave me behind

In Memory of Abby’s birthday
June 13, 1978

Denice D’Andrea

05-12-2009 12:19 PM -- By: ,  From:  

My Mom Lies

Ask my Mom how she is . . .
My Mom, she tells lies
She never did before.
From now until she dies,
she'll tell a whole lot more.

Ask my Mom how she is,
And because she can't explain,
She will tell a little lie--
She can't describe the pain.

Ask my Mom how she is,
She'll say "I am all right."
If that's the truth, then tell me
Why does she cry every night.

Ask my Mom how she is,
She seems to cope so well.
She didn't have a choice, you see,
Nor had the strength to yell.

Ask my Mom how she is,
"I'm fine; I'm well; I'm coping."
For God’s sake Mom, tell the truth,
Just say your heart is broken.

She'll love me all her life--
I loved her all of mine.
But if you ask her how she is,
She'll lie and say she's fine.

Here I am in Heaven,
I cannot hug from here.
If she lies to you, don't listen;
Hug her, and hold her near.

On the day we meet again,
We'll smile, and I'll be bold,
I’ll say, "You're lucky to get in here, Mom,
With all the lies you’ve told!"

05-12-2009 7:03 AM -- By: ,  From:  

Drinking the Cup

After firmly holding the cups of our lives and lifting them up as signs of hope for others, we have to drink them. Drinking our cups means fully appropriating and interiorizing what each of has acknowledged as our life, with all its unique sorrows and joys.

How do we drink our cups? We drink them as we listen in silence to the truth of our lives, as we speak in trust with friends about ways we want to grow, and as we act in deeds of service. Drinking our cups is following freely and courageously God's call and staying faithfully on the path that is ours. Thus our life cups become the cups of salvation. When we have emptied them to the bottom, God will fill them with "water" for eternal life.

05-10-2009 9:23 AM -- By: Mommy,  From:  


There are photographs of children
All in their silver frames
On the window sills and tabletops
Lit by candle flames
And upon their angel faces
Life's expectations climb
Where the moment has preserved them
From the ravages of time

Too many angels
Have seen me crying
Too many angels
Have heard you lying

05-09-2009 5:50 PM -- By: MOMMY,  From: MISSING YOU :(  

God bless the grieving mother...

In January as the snow flakes fall...
And as a new year dawns...
For her memories will comfort her...
Through winter, spring, summer, and fall.

God bless the grieving mother...
In February during the month of love...
She sends her hugs..on the wings of a dove...
And her kisses are blown to the moon above.

God bless the grieving mother...
In March and on St Patricks Day...
A beautiful rainbow...a symbol of hope...
Which colours her world..in a magical way.

God bless the grieving mother...
On Easter In April as she stops to pray...
Thanking God for the gift of everlasting life...
Knowing she will be reunited someday.

God bless the grieving mother...
On Mothers Day and thru the month of May...
Whose memories are like threads of gold...
For they will never tarnish....or go away.

God bless the Grieving mother...
In June as her tears fall like the rain...
Please comfort her...and give her strength
and peaceful days to help ease the pain.

God bless the grieving mother...
In July as the fireworks light up the sky afar...
Just like her memories light up her heart...
And she wishes upon an evening star.

God bless the grieving mother...
In August...as the sun shines through...
Who's life moves on...thru ups and downs..
Whose heart is so tender and true.

God bless the grieving mother...
In September as the leaves turn and fall...
Her Childs life forever etched in her heart..
Her Childs name entered on the memorial wall.

God bless the grieving mother...
In October...with the harvest colors all around....
Please guide her on her journey of grief...
and keep her safe and sound.

God bless the grieving mother...
In November...a time to give thanks and pray...
Who is so thankful for each precious memory..
But wishes with all her heart...just for one more day

God bless the grieving mother...
In December as Christmas nears...
Please bless her with the gift of peace...
And many great friends to help dry her tears.

God bless the grieving mother...
Each day throughout the year...
As seasons come and go...
And time unfolds...
Day by day...
Month by month...
Year by year...
and especially today...on this Mother's day.


04-25-2009 8:58 PM -- By: MOMMY,  From: GRAND CANYON  



04-18-2009 9:52 AM -- By: Mommy,  From:  

 Love doesn't go away - just because you aren't here ... if at all possible - it is stronger.

I hope you like McKayla's place honey.  Went and spruced it up - you had lots of visitors for Easter. 

I am missing you with every single breath - you occupy my mind 24/7 ... I so miss you honey - terribly ... please help me get some peace into my soul ... I just am having such a hard time. xoxoxox Loving you with everything I have! Mommy

04-12-2009 9:43 AM -- By: Gail,  From:  

On Easter morn, we celebrate our Savior;
Whatever people seek in Him, they find.
In history, there has never been another
So holy, sacrificial, good and kind.



His resurrection makes us all immortal;
In heaven, we’ll be together with our King.
Eternally we’ll share in all His blessings;
Happy Easter! Jesus Christ is everything!



By Joanna Fuchs

04-11-2009 11:31 PM -- By: Mommy,  From:  

Our third Easter without you honey - I am helping the Easter Bunny do  a basket for sissy -- should be helping him with two ... my heart is always heavy - but heavier tonight.

I LOVE YOU SO MUCH ... I wish I could hug you xoxoxoxo

04-07-2009 6:45 AM -- By: Mommy,  From:  

Hi my baby girl:

How we are suppose to continue .. pretending (or not) that life is ok ... well it isn't ... and there are days that we just don't know if we can go one more breath without you. 

Life is so hard ... I am not sure what to do anymore.

Loving you and missing you so much ... I wonder what Holy Week i Like in Heaven ... are you playing the piano?

04-07-2009 6:43 AM -- By: ,  From:  


Friends as Reminders of Our Truth

Sometimes our sorrow overwhelms us so much that we no longer can believe in joy. Life just seems a cup filled to the brim with war, violence, rejection, loneliness, and endless disappointments.

At times like this we need our friends to remind us that crushed grapes can produce tasty wine. It might be hard for us to trust that any joy can come from our sorrow, but when we start taking steps in the direction of our friends' advice, even when we ourselves are not yet able to feel the truth of what they say, the joy that seemed to be lost may be found again and our sorrow may become livable.

04-06-2009 9:46 AM -- By: ,  From:  

Prayer for the Brokenhearted

O God,
whose love restores
the brokenhearted of this world:
pour out your love,
we beseech you,
upon those who feel
lonely, abandoned, or unloved.
Strengthen their hope
to meet the days ahead;
give them the courage
to form life-giving friendships;
and bless them with the joy
of your eternal peace.

- Vienna Cobb Anderson

04-04-2009 10:13 PM -- By: Mary Ellen Root,  From: Lancaster, MA  

Hi Moe,

This is a beautiful tribute to an absolutely beautiful child.  I am so deeply sorry for you immense loss.  I'm sure her memories and her beautiful sister keep you strong.

God Bless you all my friend,



04-03-2009 5:43 PM -- By: Michelle Contos,  From: Amherst  

Hi Mr. and Mrs. Geisinger and Amanda!

I realized I hadn't visited McKayla's Site in a while so i wanted to stop by and tell you all how much i am thinking of you guys. Sending tons of love your way.

Everyone was missing you so much McKayla on your anniversary, it just didn't feel right. i really do wish we could have had a moment of silence for you. Just know that we were all thinking of you and your family that day. i know many people have left this comment already, but i just can't believe it's been two years.

I saw Amanda the other night at the Twilight dvd release party, and i had to say hi, even though i still don't think she knows who i am!

Loving and missing you McKayla, and sending tons of love to your family.


04-01-2009 4:09 PM -- By: ,  From:  

Hi my beautiful KK. I don't write very often but I am always thinking of you. I miss you so much even though I know you are with each and everyone of us! You have touched so many lives - it is amazing. Love you bunches and bunches. Aunty Rose

03-30-2009 5:26 PM -- By: Gail Schwab,  From: Goffstown, NH  

Dear family:

You were all in my thoughts and prayers on the anniversary date again this year.  I'm glad that you found the book, Grieving Forward, helpful. I read it again recently and I found it to be comforting all over again.  If you would like someone to help lift your spirits, I'm available anytime. 

Gail Schwab

03-23-2009 9:11 AM -- By: ,  From:  

Sharing Our Solitude

A friend is more than a therapist or a confessor, even though a friend can sometimes heal us and offer us God's forgiveness.

A friend is that other person with whom we can share our solitude, our silence, and our prayer. A friend is that other person with whom we can look at a tree and say, "Isn't that beautiful," or sit on the beach and silently watch the sun disappear under the horizon. With a friend we don't have to say or do something special. With a friend we can be still and know that God is there with both of us.

03-19-2009 5:30 PM -- By: ,  From:  

Our grade, as a whole, has been brought together through you, McKayla. I know you wouldn't have thought of it, but you really did effect everyone around you.

Hugs and kisses, McKayla, I'll miss you forever.

~A friend~

03-19-2009 5:27 PM -- By: ,  From:  

Hey McKayla!

I miss you so much...I still CANNOT beleive its been two years. It feels like just yesterday I was sleeping over your house...

I went to your grave today and dropped off some flowers. Yours stands out  you can tell how many people visit.

This Saturday, I'm going over to your house for dinner with my mom and dad. I'm really excited! I love spending time with your family!

I'm sorry I missed your mass today...I wasn't able to make it because I wouldn't have been able to get home.

I miss you SO much!


Ally (LL)

03-19-2009 3:26 PM -- By: ,  From: Class of 2012  

Hey McKayla!

Everyone in school today was thinking of you. I'm sure taht you saw. It really doesnt feel like two years. It feels like just yesterday when I was sitting next you in class! I just wanted to let you know that you are in my prayers!


03-19-2009 10:47 AM -- By: ,  From:  

With deepest sympathy on this very sad day..

It is the secret of the world that all things subsist and do not 
die, but only retire a little from sight and afterwards return again. 
Nothing is dead; men feign themselves dead, and endure mock funerals 
and mournful obituaries, and there they stand looking out of the 
window, sound and well, in some new strange disguise. Jesus is not 
dead; he is very well alive; nor John, nor Paul, nor Mahomet, nor 
Aristotle; at times we believe we have seen them all, and could 
easily tell the names under which they go. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson

03-18-2009 4:29 PM -- By: YOUR FRIEND,  From: CLASS OF 2012  

Untold Reasons


Class of 2012

Almost done

The first year of high school.


We are strong.

We have mourned,

Together we make it through.


Two years,

Gone from this world,

Leaving sorrow and distress.


Loved ones,

Wondering why.

How could this happen?


Without any reason,

Without warning,

Taken from the world.


Together we still stand.

Externally strong,

Internally broken.


Pictures make us live,

Remembering days with you.

All of the good times.


Departing too soon.

Untold explanations made you leave,

Joining God in Heaven.


You made us

Love deeper,

Live wiser.


Most of all,

You made strangers

Come together.


Forever Missed,                        &nbs p;           &n bsp;      

     Never Forgotten.


03-18-2009 4:13 PM -- By: Amelia Parent,  From: Mont Vernon  

Hey McKayla,

I've been thinking about you a lot lately, I can't believe it's almost been two years. Jess and I were talking on the phone about you last night, and we both said: "It doesn't feel like it's been two years, it feels like it just happened yesterday." Everyone misses you, I don't think you'll ever disappear from our hearts. You really were a great friend. I love you McKayla! Please watch over us.

Love, Amelia

"Many people will walk in and out of your life,
but only true friends will leave footprints in your heart." ~ Author unknown

03-18-2009 8:30 AM -- By: ,  From:  

When a child dies, an angel comes down from heaven, takes the child in its arms and spreading out its large white wings visits all the places that had been particularly dear to the child. From the best loved place the angel gathers a handful of flowers, flying up again to heaven with them. Here they bloom more beautiful than on earth, but the flower which is most loved receives a voice so that it can join the song of the chorus of bliss.
-Hans Christian Andersen

03-16-2009 10:27 AM -- By: Mommy,  From:  

 Two years ago this Day (Monday) I dropped you off at Walmart ... so you could go off to camp with your 7th grade class .... never again to return.

There are just no words that can adequately express the sadness that is within me, within us ... missing you with every breath. xoxoxo


03-15-2009 1:14 PM -- By: ,  From:  

McKayal's Family;

I know it is getting hard but everyone is here for you, always.  We have all prayed for you and been here for 2 years and that's not going to change. 


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