Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Direction of the blog

I know many people all over the world have been following Caleb's blog. Some since its inception in October 2010 & some are still finding it for the first time.

Since Caleb is no longer with us, the direction of the blog will be changing somewhat. It will be more of a letter/diary to Caleb of what the rest of us are going through without him here.

I may ask questions, I may rant, I will surely cry. But through it all, I will remain true to my faith in my Lord & Savior. I truly don't understand why this had to happen, but I know He had a reason & I trust Him completely.

The posts will probably not be as frequent as they once were, but they will still appear. You are welcome to follow along as we adjust to life without our sweet Caleb and head in a different direction.



  1. I for one will continue to follow this story as I am just as concerned about you and your family and how you’ll are doing as I was when I was following Caleb’s journey.
    God Bless You!

  2. I love you! It is a road that I have never been on, but I still feel for you and your pain. I know you are probably tired of hearing me say this, but I pray for you daily.

    Cyndi Heath

  3. I think about and pray for your family often. I have extended family who lost a 22 mo. old to heaven...they found comfort in blogging, it was a very good thing. Rant, cry, and ask away. God holds your family close at this time. Mary Nan Maberry

  4. As a suggestion, have you thought about self publishing your blog into a book? I came across this idea from a story I heard about a man who is making a book out of his journal that he kept when his wife was battling breast cancer. Here is a link to that to see what the process is like.


  5. I wanted to let you know that we heard of Caleb's journey through LEAYSA and are so sorry for your loss. Caleb's story has touch my life. I have 3 boys of my own and 2 of them are playing ball this season and they are still wearing their gold wristbands in honor of your son!! Many kids are wearing gold wristbands in his honor still! May god bless you with strength and comfort during this time. You are in our prayers daily.