Monday, October 5, 2009

Big Day

Tomorrow is the Big Day. The Second Annual Jackson Malia Memorial Golf Outing. I'm excited - tired but excited.

Last week they were calling for rain tomorrow and I was in a panic. PJ said, I'll talk to Jack about it.... and sure enough, now tomorrow is supposed to be beautiful. Thanks Jack.

The last few days I've felt Jack so strongly, there have been tons of little 'signs' that he's here. I know he'll be there tomorrow.

Thank you to everyone who's helped in any way, from buying raffle tickets to signing up to play, to sending in donations to offering words of encouragement. This day is Jack's Day, to me. It's about golf and food and prizes and fun and raising money for a good cause and helping children but to me, really, it's all about Jack. I hope your day is perfect, sweet boy.


Anonymous said...

Wishing you all the best tomorrow for Jack's tournament. May Jack continue to show you how he is with you each and every day.
~Another Megan

A Mom in Jacksonville, FL said...

Thinking of all of you on Jack's special day. Hugs!

Creepy Mommy said...

De-lurking here, I've followed your blog for awhile now, and I really hope everything turns out perfect for Jack's day. I'll be thinking of him today.

Meg said...

Thinking of you and Jack today, on his gorgeous day. Sorry we couldn't make it!

BenLand said...

hope the tournament turned out great :)

Rebecca Nixie said...

Hoping you had a great day to celebrate Jack!! He'll always be with you!!

MSNBarbie said...

Hi Meghan,
I have been following your blog for over a year now and just love reading about your babies.

I just wanted to tell you that I had a dream the other night about your girls and Jack. The girls were playing in the water and splashing around and they kept laughing and pointing and I turned to look at it was Jack playing right along with them.

Even though I am just a comment from nowhere, please know that all your babies affect so many of us and that we love to hear about them.

I really hope you are doing the toy drive again this year. I think it's such a wonderful thing you do to keep Jack alive.

Jessica said...

Hi Megan-

I also have surviving triplets. We are coming up on our second birthday too. My Hadley passed away the day that your babies were born. I wish that we were both celebrating birthdays for all three of our children this weekend.


Michele said...

I just found your blog and read Jack's story from the beginning, and cried, and prayed for your family. I have always felt that it would be the most heartbreaking thing to lose a multiple.

I hope your time for hurt and tears is almost over.