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Welcome to Brandon’s Page Our beloved Brandon left us in the Fall of 1986. As we approach the 30th anniversary of his passing I wanted to share my journey with others.Grief is a strange gift. It is a process of learning as well as of coping. For us the grieving process didn’t begin immediately. Our son was missing for months before they discovered what happened to him. Months of waiting, of limbo. Even though we knew in our hearts that he was gone, we held on to a piece of hope that he would come back to us. They finally found his body the following February and we could begin to heal. There is a special sort of pain that you discover as a grieving parent. This site is my way of helping others by sharing our story. I also hope it brings me much needed closure. As much closure as is possible under these circumstances.In these pages we’ll celebrate Brandon’s short life as well as tell the story of my own journey towards peace. When I have time I’ll be setting up the blog. I really hope it helps other people. Every step we’ve made in rebuilding our lives feels like a move in the right direction. Even when we’ve felt that we’ve been moving backwards. Every step is useful.Brandon would have been 11 years old on November 13th, 1986. This year, on the 29th of October, the last time he left home, we will put the ghosts of our past to rest while forever keeping Brandon alive in our hearts.This website is named after one of his favorite books, and it is also the perfect way to illustrate how the grief of a mother feels.Susan Lachmann3rd October 2016 Brandon was always sketching things like this for his role-playing games.
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