Today, Hospice of Central Pennsylvania held a butterfly release to honor our loved ones who have passed away. Though Brennan had to work, I went to represent our family and to release a butterfly in Tori’s honor.
It was held in a beautiful part of the Capital Area Greenbelt that has been made into a garden – the Five Senses Garden.
Each participant was handed a little white folded triangle that contained a butterfly, eager to escape and fly away. Mine was definitely ready:
We released them in unison and watched them fly away:
I looked around at those gathered and I wondered about each of their situations, hoping that they weren’t there because they, too, had lost a child, but I’m sure I wasn’t alone.
Thank you, Hospice of Central Pennsylvania, for not only caring for our loved ones while they are dying, but also for continuing to so thoughtfully care for those left behind. ❤️
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Thank you so much for coming and celebrating Victoria at our Butterfly Release. I only met you one time but your strength and faith in God’s love and presence was amazing. Victoria was very lucky to have you both as her parents. May God continue to bless you both! – Chaplain David, Hospice of Central PA.
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Thank you, David, for being there after her Heaven-going ❤️