Rest in Peace
May Kelly know how deeply her death has touched this community, always tight knit, now closer.
May Kelly’s parents continue to rely on the love that surrounds them today.
May the family on whose property this tragedy occurred find the peace they will need.
May the au pair who drove the car know that the love that is pouring from us all is sent to her too.
And may we all smile in the sunshine that returned today for the first time since this happened. We have been blanketed by thick clouds and curtains of rain. Today, the sky shone a shocking blue as if welcoming Kelly with open arms. May she rest in it’s peace.
this is beautiful, stacey. i’ve been haunted by this story and even talked to my kids about it. it apparently made a huge impression on them as well. i’ll continue to pray for the family and your school …
I’ve been thinking of everyone involved, knowing all their futures will have been changed for ever.
As a fellow Ridgewooder, I, too ,think of all the lives touched by the tragic events of the other day. This was a beautiful post – a beautiful post.
God has a special place for Kelly right next to him.
May she rest in peace. May her family and all families affected by
this tragedy find some peace as well.
So true. We do not know them personally but not an hour goes by without thinking of them. Hoping they will find the strength to carry on somehow and mourning for this little girl.
I hope those beautiful words comfort the people that have been touched by this unimaginable loss.
Just beautiful, Stacey. I saw the Somerville sign and nearly burst into tears at the sight of it. Both families have been in my thoughts since the tragedy took place. May they all find strength and peace.
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