The Post With No Words

By Molly Bice-Jackson - 10:16 AM










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  1. Molly,

    Love and deep admiration from us to you and yours. I see so much life and hope in these photos. I'm sure it doesn't always feel that way. Thank you for your eternal example.

    Cherie & family

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  2. Beautiful. I thought of your family at this anniversary of sorts...

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  3. Beautiful family. Peter is getting so big and is so adorable too! Love you and miss you!

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  4. These are so great. Thank you for sharing! Molly I love your hair, it's getting longer (of course I love it short too- you can go either way!). Thanks for calling and sharing the news about the race and the funds going to help build a school in Bolivia. I am so touched.

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  5. Hugs and Kisses to all. You've become like family. Thanks for sharing! We all miss you Lucy!!

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  6. This post with no words speaks volumes in comparison to some with words.

    Thank you once again for sharing something so personal.

    ToOdLeS.

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  7. Love the pics and all of you Jacksons! I hope your weekend was peaceful and comforting.

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  8. Beautiful photo stories here, Molly. Surely your angel was there with you all week. You are loved!!

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  9. Awesome!

    I was at the Casual Blogger Conference in Sandy last weekend and I saw a girl who I thought was you. Then it occurred to me that you said you were about 5 feet tall. Maybe 5'2". Anyway, this girl was 5'8" or so. I sat next to her in one class and had my lap top out. I asked if she'd heard of you (she hadn't), but I went to your blog and showed her your photo and she said, "Oh, she does look like me."

    Just so you know: you've got a taller twin walking around out there. (And she blogs. Sorry I don't know her name or blog address.)

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  10. Love the pictues. Word were not neccesary to communicate the love that your family has for each other. Beautiful, really beautiful.

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  11. ...and no words needed.
    Love you guys.

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  12. Molly, guess you could say I've been stocking your blog for about a week now, since I found it through a friends blog. I seem drawn to your words. I'm a happy wife and mother of three beautiful children, but struggle each day being the kind of mother I long to be. I'm tremendously encouraged to hug them a little longer, be a little more patient, be a lot more goofy, and just plainly, cherish each and every moment of their lives. Thank you for sharing your feelings about the loss of Lucy. I feel as if I knew her and so therefore, I feel her loss as well. Weird to me. I hope that makes sense.

    I have to say too, you have such beautiful eyes. Do you get told that a lot? There's such a sincerety in your eyes. And I think your little guy has them too. Anyway, I hope you don't think it's weird that I'm leaving you such a long note. A complete stranger I know. Just wanted to say thanks. For everything.

    Melissa

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  13. I know it's supposed to be a post with now words, but the words that came to my mind are faith, hope, and charity.

    The quote on the bench made me cry. You guys are amazing.

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  14. you look SO beautiful in all of those pictures. I can't imagine what that day is like for you, but there is a sweet spirit even just looking at the photos. Also, I am so glad you put that quote on her bench, it is so perfect. xoxo

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  15. To anyone who says men can't wear pink, they need to see this post, Peter and Vic look great wrapped up in Lucy's favorite color!

    Thank you again for inspiring me with pictures, not just your comforting words. What a wonderful tribute to your beautiful angel daughter, I see her spirit shining through your eyes.

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  16. Pictures...so glad we have them...
    and what a great color pink, your men look great in it!
    Takes some of the somberness out

    on anotehr note-is Vic trying to pass for an NHL player with that playoff beard?

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  17. What a difference a year makes. These pictures are so different from those taken last year.

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  18. Words not needed. I love this post.
    and ALL ya'll.

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  19. Your pictures are absolutely beautiful. No words are needed, the pictures say so much, so little of which I can even comprehend. I truly admire you all!

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  20. I didn't know her grave stone was so elaborate. Nonetheless, I love that quote engraved into it. It's just so sad yet all while somewhat wonderful that she passed on. Yes, it can be wonderful to pass on into the next world. Lucy makes me want to live my life better each year to the fullest. I keep procrastinating and don't wish to do it anymore. This post does not need words to convey the feelings.

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