. . . concerning the memorial service and the life of the girl Karly I posted about before.
We honored Karly’s life the best way we knew how….through her music, her words, her poetry, by hearing her last composition live for the first time during the service, with candles providing the light she loved, beautiful flowers adding to the color she loved, photos of a life well lives and sharing our story. One full of mystery, inspiration, pain, loss, great joy, grief, great love, creativity, faith and freedom.
Thank you to the hundreds who came from all over the country to join us in loving and remembering Karly. She brought so much light into the world and we feel her loss so deeply. She often told us over the past 12 years to remember, “the day I die will be the best day! It will be the day I get my freedom.” I always told her if that day came I would try my best to remember her…
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