Friday, January 25, 2008

Fly High...

A celebration...

10 comments:

Heather said...

So beautiful! I just know Juju has been busy keeping up with all those balloons. This is such a lovely tribute to a wonderful boy. God, you are awesome! Thank you for banding together all of Juju's fans and letting us be a part of remembering his life. He's touched us all with his smile and his heart. Take care of your angel for he is a priceless treasure.

Julie said...

Thanks for sharing the video - it was so good to see the smiling faces honoring Julian!

Julie Stiles Mills said...

Thanks for helping us be a part, even from so far away.

it's me, Val said...

Thank you for sharing that. Some of the pictures of the balloons flying away --- so so beautiful! I, too, have a feeling of joy seeing people smiling and having a good time in honor of JuJu. That is how it should be.

Karla said...

Michelle,
I want to thank you for your cheesy cross that brought so many of us to the Avery family. Though I cannot begin to imagine how they feel, I know God is working miracles with all the prayers going out to them.
Thanks for your part.
KR

Becky B/F said...

If I had been able to keep the tears in during the whole video (I couldn't) ; I SURE couldn't keep them in at the end of the song when the CHILDREN sing "you've given me the most beautiful set of wings".
Oh man ... Casey's on Tissue Duty.
Fly High, Little Man!!

Julie said...

Michelle, I got tagged by a friend, and am hoping you'll be nice enough to not be mad that I tagged you....check my blog for the rules...pretty please???

Tracy said...

I never thought that seeing balloons flying through the air could make me cry. And all the yellow in the room full of people. All of it was amazing.
Thank you for sharing this! Just know that because you've shared Julians story, I've learned to cherish my own family more. Thank you for that too!

Tracy said...

I never thought that seeing balloons flying through the air could make me cry. And all the yellow in the room full of people. All of it was amazing.
Thank you for sharing this! Just know that because you've shared Julians story, I've learned to cherish my own family more. Thank you for that too!

Julie Stiles Mills said...

Michelle, I linked back to you today, if you want to see: http://devotions.pragmaticcom.com/2008/01/i-want-no-regrets.html

Thank you for your posts about Julian.