“If light is in your heart you will find your way home.” Rumi
Sweet Allie Leigh
My daughter, Allison Leigh Allen, was an angel delivered upon me. She was not of this earth. Allie led me on the path to spiritual awakening and a life of yoga. She was and will continue to be my greatest teacher in this life. Despite her physical limitations she was full of joy and excitement for life. She was pure love and light.
Allie left her earthly body peacefully in her sleep on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2019 at the age of four. She continues to shine her light and reminds us all of what matters most in this world. Each moment, each breath, each embrace, is a gift.
Caroline Kim Jonsson appeared in my life when I needed her most. The night before I met her, I had a dream I went to see a clairvoyant who could see into my future. The next day I met Kim, my fairy godmother. What a blessing. Not only could she see into my future, but she could see right into my heart. She gave me wings when I wasn’t strong enough to fly. She showed me that this world is not as it appears. The world is so much more expansive than we can ever imagine. Her last words to me were, “Do not be afraid, there is no death. I am an angel.” I will always remember her voice and feel her presence surrounding me and elevating me with love.
Barry John Lucas
My dad was one of the most inspiring humans in this world. Despite his handicaps he lived life to the fullest. He was outgoing, adventurous, charming, persistent, loving and kind. I’m so blessed to have had 37 years of his love and all the pieces of himself he gave me which make up the person I have become.
On our last night together, I asked him if he would take care of my baby girl, when it is time to leave his body. He nodded his head and stroked my hair, consoling me as I wept, singing to me “butterfly, butterfly fly away.” He is no doubt with my sweet Allie Leigh, giving her as much love and light as he gave me all these years.