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Guestbook Pages 2007

Ashley's Guestbook

I learned to play this song for Ashley's 21st birthday. I played on my old Yamaha that is now Jessie's. You can start, stop or replay it on the icon below.

January 01, 2007 0504

It's 2007 and I think of u every moment. All of our traditions no longer happen. I guess we have to make new ones. I know u would want that. Your friends and ours will help me with that journey. I miss u Ash. Love Mom

January 01, 2007 1036

I was just thinking how much fun we had at the Girl Guides!! Ashley was a great camper and lots of fun at our many sleep overs. Bluebird

January 01, 2007 1255

We promised one another to hold hands as we passed from one year to the next. Our whole family would face the New Year together, as we have done for the last 18 years. Last night was the first time we weren't able to and it was very sad. Jessie, your Mom and I will have to face 2007 and every other New Year without you sweetheart. We miss you very much. xox Dad

January 01, 2007 2346

Happy New Year Ashley! I really didn't know you. Well I knew what you looked like and I saw you practically every day the last 6 years. And you did spend half the summer over at the house hanging with the kids. You were very quiet, shy, but there was always a smile. When I tried to have a conversation with you, you would say very little, but always in a quiet voice. You looked like an angel, and seemed live a very sweet girl. I wish we could have talked more. You'll be happy to know that I have gotten to know your dad a lot better. He seems like a really decent person. I don't know what he was like before you passed, Ashley, but he is really sad. I feel his pain. So Ashley, will you please show him a sign. Help him to believe. I'm so very sad that you died. xox Lauri

January 02, 2007 1824

I was looking on the internet and I came upon this page and it really touched me in so many ways. It made me think about life and how easy it is to actually lose someone. I give my condolences to Ashley's mother and father. I have a son and I don't know what I would do without him. This page is absolutely amazing and touching. I hope it brings to someone else, as much as it did to me. Chantel Lucier

January 09, 2007 2006

Saying "I'm sorry" really doesn't seem to cut it, but I hope you know that my heart goes out to you and your family. Martha

January 10, 2007 1727

Hello all. Mr. Campbell is my PDR teacher and has mentioned this site and Ashley to us a few times so I thought I would check it out. I must say, Ashley's story is very touching and you are very strong to be dealing with this. I was in tears just reading about it. I couldn't imagine what it would be like. God bless you all and may He help you get through this time of need. xo Jenna Manthorne

January 15, 2007 2211

I'm not sure if it's because of all the snow or if it's because the holidays just passed but I think I've been thinking about you a lot lately. I saw Jessie about a week and a half ago and she looks more like you every time I see her. I know that she doesn't know who I am but seeing her makes me smile because it reminds me of you. When I saw her at the rink she was smiling and laughing and it really reminded me of you and all the good time we had together. I hope that your family got through the holidays okay. Going through holidays for the first time after losing a loved one is always hard, I remember the times that you were there for me when my Grandma passed away, you really helped me, even if all you did was sit with me. I miss you more that ever. Can't wait to see you beautiful. Kayla

January 17, 2007 1430

This is a beautiful page. An amazing tribute and a gorgeous woman. I am so sorry for your loss. Tiffany

January 25, 2007 0214

I'm sorry to hear the loss if your daughter. I took the time to read everything on her page. She is a beautiful girl and I pray for her and her family. May she rest in peace. Tiffany

January 25, 2007 0213

When I read her whole story it touched me very much I cried. Tiffany

January 25, 2007 1337

Hello everyone, Chuck, Tammie and Jessie. I have finally come back and visited the site. It is beautiful. My heart ached and the tears flowed as it reminded me of my sister RIP. For me, it's been 3 years. I wish I could say it gets easier. I se her everyday in her son (soon to be 4) and I don't know if it makes it easier or harder to get by. Chuck, I know how strong of a person you are and how much your family means to you. I'm sure Ashley is smiling and looking our for all of you. She was deeply loved by everyone she touched and she will continue to touch others through this site. Take care! Chris Dare

January 25, 2007 1749

I just read through your website as a visitor but of course the family of Ashley knows I'm a relative. I had emails today from Ashley's Grand Parents in N.S. which I had answered and I got remembering Ashley, that's why I visited the website to see how it was coming along. Well, I thank you for the privilege of being able to have the website to visit and to get to know Ashley better. The favourite pictures, and happy memories were beautiful to be able to share, thank you. I pray with all my heart that every young person in the world hears her story. I am proud to be a part of your family Ashley. God bless you. xox Gloria MacGregor

January 29, 2007 0122

I just want to thank Ashley's parents for raising such a wonderful daughter. She was truly a gift from God to this world and an amazing person that could put a smile on anyone's face. I would also like to thank them for creating this amazing website. Even now tears still stain my cheeks when I think of her. I'm very thankful that this site is here to remind us all of Ashley. This shows the love and dedication not only from her family but also from her friends and co-workers. Melanie Irvine

February 2, 2007 0835

I remember seeing Ashley in the hallways at lunch or during class break. We would always smile at each other and exchange hello's. Ashley always had a smile on her face, she was truly a genuine person. I was in a few of her classes we shared good times. Miss you Ashley. We will meet again. Gema

February 7, 2007 1209

I can't say U knew Ashley but it is always tragic to hear of a young life taken. All I can say is after reading the story and the minute by minute anxiety, is my heart goes out to you. I could feel it skipping beats myself as I read through. One of my friends was murdered in Vancouver around the same time. Little Igor. It's amazing how cruel the world can be. Much love. Rest in Peace. Kris

February 8, 2007 1552

Thanks so much for sharing your story. I have 3 young children and any time you can pass on important information regarding anything that may harm your loved ones it is a blessing. Than you very much. Jason Brander

February 9, 2007 0140

I didn't know Ashley, but I read your story and it made me cry. MY heart goes out to all of you and I am so sorry for your loss. RIP Lots of love Katie

February 20, 2007 1821

Ashley's story has touched all of us at Central Vancouver Island Crisis Society. We would like to extend our support and heartfelt thoughts of condolence to your entire family. Your courageousness in telling Ashley's story will impact and save lives. As a crisis and suicide intervention educator, I want you to know that I include information about the dangers of acetaminophen use when I conduct workshops and trainings. This comes as a direct result of the impact Ashley's story has had on me. Thank you for everything you do. Lyndsay Wells

February 21, 2007 2004

Thanks for sharing your daughter with me. My daughter Patti Lynn Noonan passed away on January 29, 2007 after a three year battle with a brain tumor. I know exactly how your family feels. The pain of watching my precious daughter die is still so fresh. Like Ashley, Patti Lynn lived life to the fullest. She never complained or said "Why Me?" Her love of life, devotion to her family, her courage and determination will carry us through, but it is her beautiful smile and infectious laugh that will ring in our ears forever. My heart goes out to your family. Anita Noseworthy

February 23, 2007 0010

I remember the times Ashley showed me how good she was at Super Mario in the old house on Dawkins Lane. She will be missed. Rod

February 27, 2007 0008

Hi Ash. Just wanted you to know that even though you aren't here in person, you are still very much in our thoughts. Never a day goes by that we don't speak or think of you. Mel has had your prom picture enlarged, mounted in a pink mat and put in a black frame (just like your prom dress.) You are going "up" in her room. I have pictures of my "girls" on my desk at work. Every day we talk to you, even if it's just to say, "Hi Ash!," as we pass by. I truly hope that one day, Melissa will write to you on this website. Even now it is too painful to put the thoughts and feelings into words. Your passing has effected so many people in so many ways. You can tell by all the comments that have been written. This weekend was the celebration of the "Thinking Day," for Girl Guides. For 6 years you were one of my Brownies and then a Guide. I stood there remembering the years that you and Melissa were at all the events, camps, and meetings together. You were always together. And what a pair you were! Do you remember sleeping with the Beluga whales at the Vancouver Aquarium, or Camp Creina "theme" camps? What great times those were. Bluebird and I were very fortunate to have a wonderful group of girls. It made out job as "leaders" easy. Fun too! I am so happy that we could share some of that with you and the other girls. Keep a watchful eye over us all, Ashley. It's the way you were and always will be. Miss you kiddo. xxoo Chickadee

March 26, 2007 2305

I know its been a while but a friend of mine who knew Ashley told me about this website. I met Ashley while working at Save-On Foods and she was so nice to me. I also went to NDSS with her for a little before she graduated. What I knew of her she was a really fun girl and she was always nice to me. I missed her when I stopped working at Save-On and when my brother told me what had happened it hurt quite a bit. I want to express all of my sorrow to her family and to Jess whom I had a few classes with at NDSS. May she forever rest in Peace. My regards Kat

March 28, 2007 0035

Hi Ash-a-molie. Its almost April now and I haven't written in a bit. But I am going to now. I'm gonna be seventeen in May, I'm excited for that! haha. One thing that I really wanted to tell you was, that the other night I found a bracelet that we made together, when you were down. I remembered that when you were here, you always always wanted to go to the beach. So, when I found it, it was about 1130 at night, but, I called a friend and made him drive me to the beach, I wrote you a letter, put it in a glass bottle along with the bracelet, and threw it in the ocean. I just wanted you to know that. I love you tons, and miss you more everyday. Keep smiling sunshine. Al-a-ma-son xxoo

April 8, 2007 1128

Friends ask how we will be on this first Easter without you. I tell them, I don't look at it that way anymore. To me, its just another day without you. Happy Easter Honey. xox Dad

April 10, 2007 1142

I read your story and it made me cry. I lost my twin sister Michelle when she was 19 years old to an overdose, 8 years ago, February 4th, 1999. I remember those long, horrible walks to the ICU to see her and just pray that she would wake up. I also remember the say we had to make that awful decision to pull the plug. I am so very sorry for your loss, and I know that it never really gets better, but eventually you find better ways of dealing with it. Ashley is very beautiful ans she will always bet here by your side! Lisa

April 10, 2007 1529

I came across this, and wanted to give best wishes for her and everybody else, reading this story made me cy, it's so touching it touched me but at the same time, very heartbroken. I'm so sorry. RIP Ashley. Krista

April 24, 2007 1727

I just wanted to say that I think of you often Ashley. I hadn't seen you in many years since I was one of you Guide leaders, so was so sorry and shocked to hear that you had passed away. Attending your funeral, it was very obvious that you had turned into a beautiful young woman; touched so many lives and were loved by so many!!! And are still missed! Great website. . .and now I'm in tears - AGAIN! But that you so much Chuck, Tammie and Jess for having the strength to get the message out and continuing to do so. Ashley will not be forgotten, and although her life was cut far too short, your message will ensure that other lives are not taken by mistake too early! Dove/ Sharon

April 27, 2007 0213

Uhm, wow. . .I didn't know this had happened. . .I met Ashley through school. . .well kind of through Chris Lee. . .uhm, we spoke once or twice. . .I can remember getting into a conversation with her at Save On once. . .I really liked her. . .I know we weren't really friends, but I thought about her periodically after that day. I kinda wish we could have more time. I know what it's like to lose a close family member. It sucks. . .ALOT! I hope Ashley's family is ok. I know it can be a hard struggle, but so long as you try to remember the good times. . .it slowly gets a bit easier. . . Stephanie

May 11, 2007 1737

Chuck. . .reading through this brings back similar memories that we and many other families have had to endure. We all deal with the healing process differently, but they are wounds that we can never really heal by ourselves. The only real hope we have for our complete recovery and our passed on loved ones, are the promises held out to us in the Bible. That is the one thing that has gotten me through my experience. Frank

May 12, 2007 1257

I did not know Ashley personally but friends of mine did. I was very touched by your story of Ashley. I am very sorry. Amber

May 13, 2007 1114

Hello Campbell's, We received your petition request last night. Great idea, gladly do it. Later that night I woke up and felt restless., with Mother's Day the next day, you were all on my mind. I got out of bed and looked out the window into the night, I looked over at where the Wee Ha used to be and in my mind I could hear children's laughter, then I looked up at the stars and thought perhaps they are not stars but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through & shines down upon us to let us know they are happy and they are in a beautiful place. What could be more beautiful than Heaven? With that thought my restlessness turned to a feeling of peace, so I thought I would share it with you. So maybe a walk tonight - this Mother's Day - might help you to feel a little closer to your baby girl. Love Cheryl

May 14, 2007 1619

Hey Ash. Well, it's been a bit since I've last written. I had my birthday just recently, and it was great. Your family has been doing a lot of work with the petitions out west, and I'm very proud of your Dad. I know you would be too. I started a Facebook petition for the people on the East Coast that can't take part in everything that is going on out there. I called it the Acetaminophen Label Petition - Halifax Chapter. The is gonna do a lot of good for people Ash. Even with you gone, you are still helping. I miss you, love you. Keep shining Sunshine. xxoo Ally

May 15, 2007 1820

I was in school with Ashley from grade 10 till 12 we were never great friends cause we hung out with different crews but everytime we saw each other at parties it was like being back in class again but drunk. I was surprised when I found out what happened I just couldn't imagine what could have been so bad that she would do that but I guess she's at peace now. It's sad it had to end that way, I don't really know what else to say but I'll always remember her, she just must have been to special for all the pain on this earth. Eliot

May 25, 2007 1237

I can't believe you're gone Ashley. I miss you lots. I just wanted to say that, your dad posted a petition in the staff room today, about needing warning labels on Tylenol and stuff like that. And I support him 100% for what he is doing, it's really amazing. My signature is on that petition along with a few others. I'm sure everyone will eventually sign it. I'll get people at work too. I hope everything is going fine up there, love you. Lauren

May 30, 2007 1509

There are no words. . .I have a daughter. Your love for her pours from these pages and into the hearts of all who read them. Ashley's story will surely help to prevent another tragedy. The more people read it, the more lives will be saved. I had no idea how dangerous Tylenol could be. Thank you. Leila

June 14, 2007 1358

I found your site while I was looking for a memorial tattoo for my cousin who passed away on May 26th in what we thought was a car accident. Turns out my baby cousin survived the accident only to be hit by a semi truck when he ran up onto the road to get help. Still feels like yesterday. My family is very close so this loss has hit us all so very hard. I just wanted to say my heart goes out to you. There are no words I can say obviously but I understand the finality. It's hard to get used to. I feel like I need to keep seeing the positive. To stay strong for my family and myself. Jordan is in Heaven now. Pain free. The weight had been lifted from his shoulders. And I will see him again. I don't know if an of this makes sense but, thanks for listening. God bless Angela Hehr

June 20, 2007 1453

Ashley and I were really good friends in grade 8 and 9. I remember my first month of grade 9 at ND. I knew no one because I had moved from Ontario. Ashley and Melissa Keating came up to me, while I was reading by my locker, saying "You don't really know anyone here do you?" and I, embarrassed, replied, "No, not really." Ashley looked at me and said, "The we will be your friends." It was a simple as that. So I became friends with them, and although in the latter years of High School we drifted apart, as friends can do, we still talked on the phone once in a while, always checking up on one another or talking in the hallways of the school for hours on end. Another time in grade 9, I went over to Ashley's house and we talked about boys. I had this huge crush on this guy Steven and she had one on a guy named JR. We made up stories about how we would ask them out and where our first dates would be and stuff like that. We always had a blast together because we could just be girlie girls. We danced, faked girls bands and just generally had a good time. I miss you and love you girlie. xx Danielle Cossey

June 23, 2007 1800

Ashley, it has been one long year since you left us, how we miss hearing your voice on the phone and Nanny misses your email. Yo are our special Angel, never to be forgotten and forever young. Love you always. Nanny and Papa

June 25, 2007 0027

Chuck, Tammy and Jess. I thought of you today in remembering that a year has almost gone by. I can't imagine your pain and loss but I hope it's of some comfort that Ashley is remembered and to know her memory lives on. God bless DS

June 25, 2007 0035

Hey my beautiful angel. I really miss you. I can't believe that tomorrow it will have been a year since you passed away. We had a get together for you today. It was supposed to be at Parksville beach but it was raining and there was thunder so we ended up having it at your parents house. It was really nice. I miss you so very much Ash, I think of you all the time. I can't wit until I see you again. Love you always and forever. xoxo Kayla

June 25, 2007 1111

It's been one year today sweetheart. Your Mom and I still can't believe it. Today will be very difficult, but it's still just another day without you. xox Dad

June 25, 2007 1213

I can't believe it's been one year already. She will be forever in our thoughts. Mary V.

June 25, 2007 1225

Chuck, Tammie and Jess. . .you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love John and Judy

June 25, 2007 1313

RIP Ashley Lisa Foy

June 25, 2007 1351

What a sad, but wonderful story of the life of one so young. I did not know your daughter or the family, but feel I do a little bit now. Thanks for sharing Ashley's life with us. God Bless. Sincerely Lois Tremblay

June 25, 2007 1506

Hello. I saw your memoriam in today's paper, for Ashley. My heart breaks for you and cried while reading your story online. I am so sorry for you and your family. My son is about the same age as Ashley would have been, and I just can't imagine going through that with him. I have a friend whose son died of the same thing as Ashley and it truly was horrible. He had no idea that Tylenol could do this to him, and took them (whole bottle) to get attention from his parents. So sad. Again I am so sorry. You do have Jess, and that is good and lucky for you. Teresa (Cedar)

June 25, 2007 1658

I don't know what to say really. It's been an entire year today, and like your Dad said, just another day without you. I love you and miss you. Keep shining. Ally

June 25, 2007 1752

Just a note from all of us at the Crisis Society that you are in our thoughts today. Ashley was a beautiful girl with a beautiful family and she is remembered not only today but throughout the year. Thank you all for the good work you are doing and please know that you are making a difference. Lyndsay Wells

June 26, 2007 0015

Honestly, I'm speechless. I can't believe it's been a year. It feels so fresh today. The tears stream down my face, once again. My htoughts and prayers are with you Ashley and your family. God Bless!!! Julie McLellan

July 01, 2007 2234

I am sure you and your family have heard this a million times, however I am sorry for the loss of your beautiful daughter. As a mother myself my heart aches for your loss. May God bless you and your family and I know your beautiful daughter is shining down upon you and your family! Jessie

July 2, 2007 2042

Just wanted to write and let you know how deeply sorry I am for the loss of your daughter. Your story moved me so much, it's un-comprehendible what you all went through. I just lost both my parents in the span of 3 weeks. I will pray for you and your family and hope that in time things will get easier. God Bless. Christina

July 6, 2007 1306

I can't believe it's been a year. It feels like yesterday we were gabbing about boys while facing pharmacy. It even feels like yesterday we were playing that kick-ball game on your swing set on Dawkins Lane. I think about you every single day Hun, I miss you so much. I've had so many dreams about you, it's like you are still with me. They feel so real. You were the only friend I had where I knew I could talk to you about anything. You never judged me, and when you did, it was in a good way. I miss doing our makeup together in the mornings before school after getting of the bus. You always has so many little pointers about everything. How not to put on mascara more that once a day, all these different ways of doing my hair, how to take care of your skin and hair properly, how to do nails and which way looks best, all these different ways to dye my hair. I trusted you with my hair. Remember that one sleepover after you came back from Mexico? You stayed up all night putting braids in my hair. When I moved to Vancouver I found a picture you drew for me one day in Grade 9. It's thins tiny piece of paper that you completely colored with trees in the background and a little pond, and you put stickers of dinosaurs on like it was a little scene. I also found one of those boxes you taught me how to make out of old Christmas cards! And guess what it's filled with? All those different shaped erasers we took from the resource room! I still have all my beanie babies, plus a new member from your collection - Tiny the Chihuahua. My TY bears will always remind me of you because I know the bears were your favorite. I hear at least one song that reminds me of you. Most of them are from dance class. I really wish I could still those dances we did together. You were such an awesome dancer. I was so jealous of you. I was going to ask you if you'd join a dance class with me again. I missed dancing a lot. I'm glad I got to work a Save On with you, so we still saw each other every day. You always had so many stories to tell me, I was excited to see you every time we worked together. And I loved doing closing shift with you! Even though I was always stuck on till, the times when it was super slow were fun. I bet you still have that toothpaste mark on your Slave On shirt! There's never a day that goes by where a memory of you doesn't pop into my head. I still laugh every time I hear "Wake Me Up Before You Go Go. jitterbug *snap snap* jitterbug *snap snap* you put the boom boom into my heart, you send my soul sky-high when your lovin starts." I miss you Ashley but I know you're happy now. You'll live on forever in our hearts, and you'll always remain my bestest friend ever. Julia Gulia

July 11, 2007 0154

Although I never had the chance to meet Ashley, I've had the opportunity to enjoy the friendship of her two wonderful parents. Knowing how amazing both of them are, I can only imagine how great of a person Ashley was. Dale

July 13, 2007 1357

Hey Ash. So last night my Mom came over and told me that a friend of mine has passed away on Wednesday night. We've know each other practically our entire lives. He was driving home from work and lost control of his car and slammed into a tree. They say that he was going a bit too fast. Anyways, I know he is up there with you now. That is why I am writing to you. Please give him a good welcome and make him feel at home. I know that you can help him. Thanks Aero. I miss you so much. Love always. Kayla

July 21, 2007 0032

So today's the 21st and your dad flew in last night and is going to spend the next few weeks in Nova Scotia. I think this summer would have been your turn to come down, if I'm not mistaken. He brought me one of your beanie babies. The Hedgehog. He's super cute, and sits on the ledge under the mirror in my nroom right next to your prom picture, the one where you're looking out the window. Anyways, it's getting late, and I'll write you again soon, probably next month or so. Keep smiling sunshine. I love you. Ally

Aug 17, 2007 0524

Angel, how's it going up there? You wouldn't believe it. I work with your lil sis! We talk about you often. Almost every time I'm with her, all I can think about is you. We all miss you! Take care of everyone! Live, Laugh and Love through everyone who cares about you, and loves you. Asia

Aug 28, 2007 0411

I miss you Ash. Work's not the same at all without you. I hardly knew you long at all, but you made a huge impact on my life. Thanks for everything. You are an amazing girl. xoxoxoxo see you uptop one day Lauren

Sept 02, 2007 2205

Ray and Pat O'Donnell gave us your website and it broke out heart to read of this tragedy. We knew your parents when they were stationed in CFB Gagetown and please take some comfort to know we are praying for you and your family. Angels only stay a short while on Earth, then they go home! Wavell and Ruth Price

Sept 26, 2007 2117

Hey Ash. I haven't written since your dad was here, so I figured I'd let you know what was going on. My Aunt Joan, the aunt who had her own hair salon, passed away about two months ago. I miss her a lot, but I'm glad you have someone up there that you two can talk shop with. :) We had an awesome visit with him, it's really great having him around. We were walking along the waterfront to go to lunch, and over all the noise, you could hear a very faint song. once I clued into what it was, it was MacPherson's Lament. Made me tear up a little bit because I know you were watching us. It's weird not seeing you pop online every now and then, but I think about you all the time. I miss you, and love you. Keep shining, sunshine. xxoo Ally

Oct 10, 2007 1730

On this thanksgiving day I wish to thank God for our beautiful Granddaughter Ashley. He sent us to enjoy for 18 years. We are all so much richer for having known her and the joy she brought us in the short time she was here. You are in our thoughts Ashley, always. We love you and miss you so very much. xxxooo Nanny and Papa

Nov 02, 2007 1412

Hi Ashley. Your 20th birthday is fast approaching. Michael turned 20 in July. He's so grown up now - has a responsible job, going to school to pursue his red seal in Culinary Arts. He's third year apprentice now! He's creative just like you, with unstoppable passion. And, oh, by the way, he's engaged! Unbelievable! I stop and think about what you would be doing now - maybe you are doing it in another world. We miss you and think of you every day! Happy Birthday dear! Lauri

Nov 07, 2007 0315


Nov 07, 2007 0333

Today you would be turning 20. I miss you more than words can ever describe. I think about you every single day, and I'm going to get an Angel wings tattoo for you soon. Happy Birthday Babez, you'll be forever in my heart. This song always reminds me of you. It was really strange, the moment that made this song remind me of you so much. It was the day I found out you passed away. Me, Robyn and Jessie were at her pool and the song came on the radio. We all just looked at each other and were thinking the exact same thing. "You're beautiful, You're beautiful, it's true. I saw your face in a crowded place and I don't know what to do. 'cause I'll never be with you. Yes she caught my eye, as I walked on by. She could see my face, that I was flying high. And I don't think that I'll see her again. But we shared a moment, that will last to the end." Julia Rose Stuckenberg

Nov 07, 2007 0733

Happy Birthday Ashley. We miss you so very much. Papa and I will pray for Mom and Dad for the hurt to go away and find Peace. Will you help us. Love Nanny and Papa

Nov 07, 2007 1030

Happy Birthday Sweetheart. You are 20 years old today. Your Mom and I will spend the day together thinking of you. We want to drop your Grad 05 clock at the school finally, and I'll light a candle for you too. We are doing okay, but miss you terrible. Say Hi to everyone for us. Love always Mom and Dad xox

Dec 01, 2007 2334

Just dropping a quick line to you sunshine. I'm at Nanny and Papa's for the weekend, and was just thinking about you. We heard "The Prayer" on the radio today, and it just made me feel like you were with us today. I miss you lots and lots. Oh and don't worry, I didn't forget your birthday, I just figured, I'd post a little bit later on. Keep shining sunshine. xo Ally Maillet

Dec 04, 2007 2328

Chuck, Tammie and Jess. This is a wonderful legacy that you have created for Ashley. I read the article in the paper and wanted to finally visit the site, great job! Remember, anytime, anything you need just phone. Martin, Sandra, Cass and Hunter

Dec 05, 2007 1925

Chuck and Tammie and Jess. Saw the article in the paper and came straight to the site. The site is so well presented and a beautiful tribute to your baby. Keep up the good work with the Tylenol information, it so valuable and is such an important message. Your site must help so many people dealing with such overwhelming pain. We always remember the two beautiful little sisters on Dawkins Lane and how they'd only be allowed to ride their bikes with their helmets on - to the end of the driveway and back. Good lessons taught early! We think of you often and keep you in our prayers. A peaceful Christmas to all of you. Love Bev and Pete

Dec 09, 2007 1348

We have such good memories of Ashley as a young friend of Kiara. We were out of town when the Celebration of Ashley's life was held at Brechin but have been to your lovely website a number of times and they are always teary but appreciated visits. Quite some time ago I went through our photos of Ashley - mostly from birthday parties, also from Mountain View Fun Day - I have yet to get these sent to you and had no luck when I was trying to locate and address this morning. (I don't have enough computer experience to send them online.) If you would email me your address, I would be happy o send them to you. Your family continues to be in our heart and prayers. With memories of your beautiful daughter, Valerie, Ro, Kiara Smith

Dec 23, 2007 1226

Ashley this is the second year we celebrate Christmas without you. We scarcely that the time passed as quickly as it has. So much has changed but our love for you goes on forever. Time slips by but memories are always remembered. Watch over your Mom, dad and Jessie. Love you always Nanny and Papa

Dec 25, 2007 1045

Merry Christmas Sweetheart. Mel was by to drop off a gift. Uncle Bob and Cousin Celine are here too this year. Love you and miss you always. xox Dad

Dec 28, 2007 0245

I wish I had the words to express how sorry I am for you loss. I know how you must be feeling. Sincerely Stu Harrison

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