Amy is no longer in pain. It is so hard to put into words what we feel at times like this. Amy has touched so many lives around the world. We have prayed for her and we have sent her cards; yet Amy is the one who has given to us. We have read of her faith in God, and her strength, smiles, and even laughter in the face of so much pain. There have been days when I thought of Amy's pain and realized that nothing I faced could compare with what this brave young lady was facing so courageously and beautifully.
We rejoice for her life; we rejoice for the opportunity to have "known" Amy; and we rejoice in the knowledge that she is now in a better place and is no longer in pain. We pray for and cry for her family and for those of us who learned from her example, felt like we "knew" her, and had come to love her. Amy will be missed by many. laurie