Monday, March 11, 2013

Remembering Isabella

After looking around, I’ve decided to setup a Facebook page for Isabella simply called “Remembering Isabella”.  Here, I’ll be posting pictures, videos, and stories about Isabella that will hopefully share what an incredible life she had.  As I was sitting with Nathaniel the other day, he said “I miss Isabella!”  I then realized that unfortunately, Nathaniel will probably not remember much about Isabella except through pictures and videos.  After all, how much do you remember from when you were five?

So “Remembering Isabella” will be setup to ensure that we never forget her.  Each picture and video that I post will include some back story that will hopefully add another dimension to an otherwise one-dimensional photo.  We’ll show the good times, the bad times, the fun times, and the sad times.  Facebook’s Timeline feature will lend itself nicely to displaying these events in Isabella’s life.  You’ll be able to see everything from her birth to her death and everything in between.

So this web site will remain.  I’ll rotate old posts randomly here at the top of the page, and post some stuff periodically, but the majority of new content will be done on Facebook.

I could have gone the more personalized way with a blog, but I am hoping for a more interactive experience with you, the reader.  I want you to “like” and comment on the posts and share them with your circle of friends.  I want the entire world to know that cancer doesn’t rob us of faceless kids – cancer robs us of kids who are so innocent and full of life.

I want the entire world to know Isabella.

1 comment:

  1. Roneil,

    It's a great idea. That's what we did for my sister when she passed away and we still have it going. "Princess Mare's Memorial" because even at 51 she still loved the Disney Princesses and acting like she was one sometimes, lol. People comment on memories we post there or post their own or even just post something that reminded them of her that day. I love knowing that she is still alive in people's hearts and memories.


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