Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Wordless Wednesday - Our friend Will

Meet our friend Will. He lost his father last Friday in a tragic drowning accident. If you've been reading this blog, you've seen the blog that we set up to remember his dad, our friend, Brian. This is not an ordinary Wordless Wednesday, but click on the photo above to get to a video link of this amazing 7 year old in a news interview. He is the most articulate kid I've ever seen.

We attended his father's visitation Tuesday evening and will be going to the memorial service on Wednesday. Will is supposed to speak at the service. Everyone is in awe of this little guy. Please say a prayer for him and his mother Kimberly as they get through this awful time.

13 comments:

tegdirb92 said...

Thanks for sharing that. happy WW.

Pearls of Wisdom said...

Thanks for sharing . Happy WW.

Angel Mama ():)

mama k said...

Oh my. I'm so sorry. Thank you for sharing.

Happy WW.

An Ordinary Mom said...

I am so sorry for this tragedy!

Crystal said...

How sad.....my prayers are with this family!
Blessings

Ingrid said...

how sad!!! my heart goes out to Will!!! hope everything's ok with little Will!!!

Jen said...

praying for him and his mum

anyhowblogs said...

Hope things can only get better for that little one. They have my prayers

Write From Karen said...

I was okay until I heard Kimberly sniffle in the background as Will was talking. Those poor people.

Thank you for sharing.

Jarid & Caydon's Wishlist said...

Shame I am so sorry to hear that. It is sad when kids loose their parents, it breaks my heart to hear such tradgety. Sending a little prayer for your friends.

jcfloresinc said...

Thank you for sharing. We will pray for the family.
Be blessed,
Samantha & Tigger

Mommy Brain said...

I'm so sorry about the loss of your friend. I will keep brave little William in my prayers along with Brian and his family/friends.

asplashofsunshine said...

You have never met me and probably never will. I am actually not sure how I came across your blog. I am just a stay at home mommy of two that usually has a fun time reading about other people and their lives.

This entry about little Will losing his Daddy is so precious, and so sad. What a strong child! I hope he can give an ounce of strength to his Mommy during this tough time. Thank you for making my day so special by seeing this blog and hearing little Will's sweet voice.