Month: June 2020

In Loving Memory of Amanda

Guest post by Bethany Horst: A life well lived leaves a legacy of faith and hope. I fondly remember my niece, Amanda. Quiet, joyful, tender. Restrictive Cardiomyopathy didn’t keep her from enjoying the simple things in life. Going out for Lunch A week after Amanda’s RCM diagnosis we went out for lunch together. “Why can’t …

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Patchwork of Memories

This post is about two special projects that friends and family contributed to in memory of Amanda. The flower garden and memory quilt. This weekend it’s a year since we moved to the city while Amanda waited for a heart transplant. Sadly two weeks later she suddenly died. Amanda chose the pattern and was collecting …

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