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    11/29/2011 Final prayer vigil for Lisa Irwin

    As noted Saturday, Edith Fine will be holding a prayer vigil for Lisa Irwin at the home of DB and JI.

    Just passing along what Edith has said here:
    At the request of DB, this will be the last prayer vigil.

    The vigil will be held at 7pm

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    Man, my heart just breaks for Edith. She has done so much here. You can see it wearing on her. It was bound to come at some point though.

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    For those of you that don't know about Edith and her commitment, she was also very involved with Erica Green (Precious Doe). She does care about Lisa and it's been nice seeing someone step up.

    [ame="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Precious_Doe"]Precious Doe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/ame]

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    "At the request of DB"? No more prayers? Wow, this just rubbed me wrong. I haven't followed this one very closely~after Caylee, I just can't. This is just sad.
    May you dream you are dreaming in a warm soft bed
    and the voices inside you that fill you with dread
    make the sounds of thousands of angels instead
    tonight where you might be laying your head.
    I wish you well.
    ~~~~~~~~~~Patty Griffin~~~~~~~~
    ~~~~~~~~~~Nobody's Crying~~~~~~~~



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    Quote Originally Posted by indepmo View Post
    As noted Saturday, Edith Fine will be holding a prayer vigil for Lisa Irwin at the home of DB and JI.

    Just passing along what Edith has said here:
    At the request of DB, this will be the last prayer vigil.

    The vigil will be held at 7pm
    Does this mean the family is giving up?

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    Well, Edith will get no thanks from the family. But the angels in heaven will keep smiling down on her.

    The family...well, they will finally be free to go on with their life without the hindrance of vigils.

    It seems much too easy for them to just move on. Oh well, the same eyes are looking down on them, albeit, not in the same way they are looking down on Edith. imo.

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    At the request of DB, this will be the last prayer vigil.

    ~thud~
    Kind of says it all doesn't it?!?!?!


    Edith,
    May God bless, I know there's a special place in heaven for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasLori View Post
    Does this mean the family is giving up?
    Yeah, imo giving up the fear of being arrested.
    No more prayers vigils. They are forgetting Lisa and moving on. IMHOO


    I will forever pray for you baby Lisa and I will never forget you.

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    Miss Edith, if you read here, thank you for all you've done. Vigil or no, those of us who have been praying or holding good thoughts for the safe return of Lisa will continue to do so.

    "We have only this moment, sparkling like a star in our hand...and melting like a snowflake." - Marie Beynon Ray



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    For me the worst time was when everyone else stopped coming and got back to their real lives. I didn't want anyone to forget him . Each day was a day farther away from him.
    Then it becomes awkward because no one else brings him up in conversation .
    I wish people got together weekly to remember my son. DB doesn't know what she's throwing away. Or maybe she does. : (
    Always ,just my opinion





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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasLori View Post
    Does this mean the family is giving up?
    IMO,they gave up when they lawyered up to protect themselves.
    Always ,just my opinion





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    We never saw it coming .Please talk to your teen even if you don't think you need to !
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    praying for this precious baby tonight..i have cried for her and i might again. i hope i don't have to. next time should be happy tears. tomorrow is a new day, i hope that one tip comes in that changes everything. come home Lisa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissJames View Post
    For me the worst time was when everyone else stopped coming and got back to their real lives. I didn't want anyone to forget him . Each day was a day farther away from him.
    Then it becomes awkward because no one else brings him up in conversation .
    I wish people got together weekly to remember my son. DB doesn't know what she's throwing away. Or maybe she does. : (
    I know it's not the same as in person, but we're here for you always. I wish we could have known your precious James.

    "We have only this moment, sparkling like a star in our hand...and melting like a snowflake." - Marie Beynon Ray



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    The attitude just kills me. I have a granddaughter who is almost 6 months old. I don't know what I would do if something happened to her.

    My heart breaks knowing this baby is out there somewhere, cold, and alone (I hate to say it, but I don't think she is alive.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by In da Middle View Post
    Man, my heart just breaks for Edith. She has done so much here. You can see it wearing on her. It was bound to come at some point though.
    It didn't have to come to this.

    Praying for Edith tonight. She actually cares about having the focus be on Lisa, unlike Lisa's parents. They just want this to go away and get back to "normal." Pitiful.

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