I moved to Michigan a few years ago, and just thought you should know Josh's spirit has reached all the way up here. A couple of my friends here and I spread the blackout to my school, all i had to do was tell my friends what happened and they were inspired to support any way they could.I hope everyone is hanging in there okay, You're in my thoughts & prayers.
I am going to a meeting tomorrow at my son's school on how to enforce policies regarding drugs. I sure have a lot to say now!
Going to Langley reminded me of what it was like to be a Junior there--the congregation in the middle of the parking lot after school and before practice, how the girls "be-jeweled" their black shirts as I'm sure my friends and I would have done, etc. Thank you Langley students for all your support. Please continue to keep in touch with my parents--we all love to hear the funny stories as Josh as a class clown, ladies man and the one who brightened everyone's day.
one love. JA 33.
To the Andersons and to all of Josh's friends I am truly sorry for your loss. I didn't know Josh very well, we attended the same church, and Lauren was my JC at camp one year. From what I remember of Josh he was a really nice guy, I am again so sorry for your loss.This poem helped me with the loss of one of my close friends I hope it may be of some comfort to you.Do not stand at my grave and weep.I am not there, I do not sleep.I am a thousand winds that blow;I am the diamond glints on snow.I am the sunlight on ripened grain;I am the gentle autumn's rain.When you awaken in the morning's hush,I am the swift uplifting rushOf quiet birds in circled flight.I am the soft star that shines at night.Do not stand at my grave and cry.I am not there; I did not die.-Niquela
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