Erik Quinn: The Heart of a Family: A Glance Over My Shoulder

Monday, August 04, 2008

A Glance Over My Shoulder

Talking about the convention has been like attempting to create a beautiful mural on a cathedral ceiling with a miniature paintbrush. I find it impossible to describe everything to my satisfaction here, but I hope I was able to make those who were not sitting by my side feel like they were. It was an intense experience I do not regret and will remember my entire life.

To wrap things up, I'll share some photos. Enjoy.

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13 Comments:

Blogger ~Deb said...

I just read the post below (which made my cry), and this video on top of it.

Beautifully done.

{{hugs to you}}

6:59 AM  
Blogger Every minute counts.... said...

I did fine until the music started playing and now I'm crying like a baby! Thank you for sharing your journey and I hope that you come to the next convention( psst...the rumor is it will be in KC or St. Louis, at least that is what the WSA is telling me as of today)

Noel

7:03 AM  
Blogger jbgrinch said...

wow

7:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No words right now, just tears...

Love, Slappy

7:54 AM  
Blogger Tara said...

Your son is beautiful - your family is beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing all of this.

8:16 AM  
Blogger Laura said...

That was fun to watch!
Michaela was watching and said "Hey, that's me with that cutie Erik....we need to invite over to play"
So there you are....anytime, you all welcome to come over and play!

10:41 AM  
Blogger LZ Blogger said...

Nancy ~ Anything that moving must just be WONDERFUL! I am so happy that it turned out to be even more than you had hoped for! It's nice when it happens like that! ~ jb///

1:19 PM  
Blogger Julie said...

Nancy,

I just can't thank you enough for sharing all the you have about the convention. I can only hope that I someday am able to attend one. Wouldn't it be awesome if all of us here on the blog could attend the same one someday. It would be like meeting family members for the first time. You have given all of us the most wonderful present through your talent for writing.

Julie

3:26 PM  
Blogger Heather said...

absolutely lovely. sitting here with tears in my eyes. Thanks for your posts about this. I almost feel like I was there myself.
xoxo, Heather

3:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gua said...
Thanks so much. We'll revisit the week many times, and carry the whole experience in our hearts. And the photo at Joe's Crab Shack--all my children right there on the screen. A true mommy moment that can't be matched in any way in the whole universe! I want to shout to the world that I'm the luckiest lady in the world!

Love, Mom

Do they make waterproof keyboards?

7:26 PM  
Anonymous Erik's Auntie Dee~ta said...

Your mom is sooooo precious with her comments!

And I already e-mailed you and shared all my thoughts with ya!!!

So why am I wasting your time and commenting....

LOOOOVE the new photo of ya girl on your blog... : )

9:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW - I pop in every once in awhile to see what is up with you guys. That is so touching! I am so glad you got to experience the convention. You are an AWESOME parent not to mention a fun friend too -- God knew you could handle it and you are doing a wonderful job -- even when you don't feel like you are -- Hugs -- I hope to see you soon! Leanne

9:59 PM  
Blogger Ava's Grandma Kim said...

Oh, Nancy, I just love you.

I wish I could find the words to express myself the way you do. You have a gift, girl.

By the way, your new pic is so good. You look happy and healthy.

Love, Kim

10:21 AM  

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