Bryson is a Heavenly Angel
It is with great sadness that I have to tell you all that have followed this blog for the last three plus years, that Bryson has gained his Angel Wings. He was an angel sent to this earth, to this family to teach us about unconditional, complete and fulfilling love. He did all that by just being Bryson. He passed away on Wednesday afternoon at 3:23 p.m. on February 24th, 2010. His mommy, Dana, the one who put so much of her life and love to care for Bryson was by his side. He went bravely, he went peacefully with no pain as he enters into the next realm. There will be no more pain from this earth or from his fragile body. He taught me so much in his short 3 years, 8 months and 15 days. He taught me how to never take anything in life for granted. Every day is precious. Every day should be lived with the strength of will and perseverance that he showed to us. We should all be so brave. He taught us all what it is to love someone without rules, without boundaries, without conditions. He drew us all closer as a family. Bryson's memory will be preserved with our memories of loving him.
To those doctors, nurses, case workers who all could see something extraordinary in Bryson by giving him the best and appropriate care, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Thank you for not seeing a disability or diagnosis, for seeing a little child with special needs in a special place in our hearts. Please learn from Bryson, that just because a textbook says one thing that as an human being, we chart our own paths, we do as our will tells us to do. It was Bryson's will to stay with us long enough to complete his objectives, to teach what the human condition of love really is all about.