Caitlin Mayes
(1986-2005)
Memorial website in the memory of your loved one
Tributes and Condolences
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thank you for sharing  / Carol From BI   Read >>
thank you for sharing  / Carol From BI
thank you for sharing your beautiful Caitie...you were blessed with this wonderful child and the strength she showed is awesome!  I am so very sorry for your loss.  Your poems are so very beautiful.  Mei the memories of your sweet Caitie carry you through the days and help you through the nights.  We lost our only son Mike to brain cancer on Oct 14 2006.  We know the pain you feel and the scars on your heart.    Carol J. Close
your strength is amazing  / Dee Conmy (post on Beyond Indigo )  Read >>
your strength is amazing  / Dee Conmy (post on Beyond Indigo )
To Cait's family your daughter is the strongest little fighter ever and because of her fight you are here standing where sh cannot. The poetry is gorgeous as well as the artwork. Your Cait is an inspiration so blessings to you all. My Girl Erica died in 2003 at the same age of 19. NOthing compares to the loss of our Babies.
Peace in our time
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Dear Friend...  / Stephanie Lacovitch (Friend)  Read >>
Dear Friend...  / Stephanie Lacovitch (Friend)
It's been a while but I haven't forgotten you. Things are hectic here. I lost your page for awhile, my computer went on the fritz.

I found out I'm pregnant and am so sad you can't be here for it... I know you'd have loved my little baby as much I am... watch over my little angel baby in heaven, and keep this one in mind.

I will love you and miss you always,
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Memories... / Tiffany Fenner (Wifey)  Read >>
Memories... / Tiffany Fenner (Wifey)

I was going through old folders tonight, and came across some of our old conversations from 2004. You know what I'm talking about ... of squirrels, Gollum, and soup-er heroes. It's almost crazy how I know every word of them by heart and yet I still read them as if they are new and laugh as much as I did when we first said those things. I find myself sitting in my room with a hand over my mouth trying to keep from laughing because it's 2am in the morning. I really have never laughed harder from anything anyone else has said since you have gone, but I am so thankful for the laughter and the good times and those crazy memories you provided me with while you were here, and I cherish them still. I'll always remember when all we had was someone to be crazy with, when you were my wifey, and we'd have those crazy hopes of Vegas and sheep. I miss the laughter you brought to my life, the way I always knew I had one person who got me completely, no matter what. You gave me a friendship and a hope that no one else has ever provided me with and I love you for it.

I miss you so much but I know that we'll share those laughs again someday, and you'll be beside of me quoting all those dumb lines right along with me, and they'll still be as funny as they were when they were new.

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My Condolences  / Todd Burroughs (Friend of a friend )  Read >>
My Condolences  / Todd Burroughs (Friend of a friend )

To the family of Caitlin,

My heart breaks for your loss.  In honor of Caitlin, and as a member of a "Team in Training" for a Leukemia and Lymphoma Society marathon fundraiser, I am going to be adding Caitlin's name to my runner's number bib.  By doing so, I will carry with me her memory and her drive to keep fighting to the finish line.  One day we will beat this and Caitlin will smile down on us for never having given up.

God bless you all.

Todd

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Hoping this will help you to not be so sad.  / Connie Cauchon (none)  Read >>
Hoping this will help you to not be so sad.  / Connie Cauchon (none)
I saw your site on Sinjin's and had to write.  Like the song says "I hope you have the time of your life."  God Bless your family and take care all. She is with the Lord and they are having a good time always. No more bad things and no more waiting to get better. She is as good as it gets.  When I lost my baby brother to Non-Hodgekins in 2006 at the age of 42 I thought it was the end. I was wrong because he is always with me. I find pennies everywhere I go and think of him. He is in my heart and soul and dreams.  He came to me in a dream after his memorial service. He always loved to fish and we were camping. He had caught some trout and was cooking them in a pan.  After we had eaten he looked at me and said, "Watch this and you will know it will be alright."  He then took the bones of the fish and threw them back into the water. They became fish again and swam away.  This has given me the will and strength to go on. He is whole and free again. And so is she. I will keep you in my prayers always. God Bless. Close
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