Thursday, September 5, 2013
In Times Like These
I have been thinking, and I know my wife has told me that is dangerous at times. People have come along side the maternal family, and paternal family. They have come to lend their support in this tragic time. There is a small child missing LE has said they don't believe she will be found alive.
So these people that knew nothing of Trista Reynolds, Ayla Reynolds, lil Ray, or even Justin
Di Pietro. They have come and wept, and poured their heart out trying to find answers as to who, why, and how this could have happened.
Some have even shared their own family member losses with everyone here. I think they wanted Trista and Justin to know something of themselves in all of this, to bond with them as a family so to speak.
This post isn't about who the guilty party in little Aylas disappearance is. It is about how people can come together in a time of tragedy, and try to show compassion to all involved. I know at times we get frustrated at what each other has to say, but what family doesn't have disagreements about things.
I am sure that both maternal, and paternal appreciate the support we have all tried to be. I am also sure as in any family we have fallen short of our mark as we are human. The thoughts and prayers have been there and were all from the heart.
This little precious child Ayla has touched so many hearts and lives. She deserves Justice no matter who caused her to go missing, or what the reason was.
I want to thank all who have been a part in keeping Aylas name spoken daily. To all that have come to be supportive of the hurting families.
I know more information that LE has shared with Trista and family will be coming on Sept. 24th, and I know that no matter anyone's personal feeling on this, we will all come together as a family, and be supportive.
Again thank you all for being here for Ayla.
Posted by Dana B.