Saturday, March 27, 2010

Eva's Legacy

21 comments:

Sue from Oregon said...

thank you for sharing this touching video of Eva.

The Gustafson Family said...

With tears streaming down my face...I say thank you for sharing this ever priceless moment. She was truly special and her legacy will forever live.

Liz said...

Beautiful!

me said...

Crying yet again today ~ Eva leaves so much more than this as her legacy ~
I hope her new spirit knows this ~~~

Rhonda said...

Wow. What a truly amazing young lady!

Deciduous Heather said...

Thank you for sharing Eva with us! I fell in love with her instantly, and was deeply saddened to hear the news yesterday. I will be an advocate for organ donation on her behalf. She was amazing and I will always remember LOVE LOVE LOVE. ((HUGS)) to you and your family, Nate, as you grieve the loss of an amazing woman and friend. Thank you for posting the video. She leaves such a legacy.

byLGD Glass Jewelry said...

Thank you for sharing that video. She was so beautiful, in every way.

"Just Me - NC Beth" said...

Thank you for sharing this...for those of us who have a family member with CF, just like the lady said, we want it to stand for "Cure Found"....

Danifred said...

What a beautiful and wonderful woman.
Thank you for sharing.

melmobarrie said...

that was beautiful

Shawna - Round Rock, Texas said...

My heart just broke when I saw your post yesterday saying that Eva had died. She was such an amazing young lady and her strength and love of life is contagious. Thank you for sharing her with us. I would never had "known" her, had it not been for you. Prayers for her family and all of the people and their families who have CF.

Shawna - Round Rock, Texas said...

My heart just broke when I saw your post yesterday saying that Eva had died. She was such an amazing young lady and her strength and love of life is contagious. Thank you for sharing her with us. I would never had "known" her, had it not been for you. Prayers for her family and all of the people and their families who have CF.

Tara said...

What a beautiful woman, what a touching story. Keeping Eva and her family in my thoughts and prayers.

Anonymous said...

Can you tell us how we can see the documentary, "65 Red Roses"? I checked Amazon.com and Youtube, but haven't come up with it.

Thank you!

Sewconsult said...

Thank you.

Kathryn said...

I thank you. This wonderful child, this intelligent, marvelous young woman has helped me grow in ways I had never before dreamed. God grant her Peace, and her family Peace wrapped with hope, and joy, and understanding.

Erin said...

What an amazing legacy Eva has left for all of us, and especially the CF community. Thank you, Nate, for posting this and her family for sharing it. They will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.

The Gerwer Babies said...

What a beautiful person!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for posting this video. So so touching! She has created a Legacy and it won't be forgotten. Also thank you for what you all do for CF. May Eva R.I.P. now. Tracy Edwards/Chesapeake, VA

koalainscotland said...

@anonymous if you go to the documenary website www.65redroses.com you can find an e-mail address to request a dvd. if enough people say they'd want a copy, it should get dvd distribution.

Anonymous said...

Thank You for sharing I agree Eva was truly very special and we also have a CF member in our family,she is 2 months old and we hope and pray some day CF will stand for "Cure Found"...Nate I met some one who went to college with your dad...she is from Loogootee IN.. Your blog has be very inspiring to me the last couple months thanks for sharing...