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Back to School

Hello Followers!

It is that time again, time for the kids to go back to school! This has been another hard time for us. Joshua loved school, and he loved football! We are sad that we won’t be out cheering on #54 for this year.

With the school year starting back up, we want you to all be aware of the things that your children are learning at school. This is where we believe Joshua learned about the choking game. We encourage everyone to keep an eye on their children, as well as their friends. Not all things taught in school are beneficial. We would like to encourage you to go through our site, and share our information with others. We don’t want this to happen to any more families. We hear of other stories all of the time, and there has to be an end put to this deadly ‘game’ that children are participating in.

Remember that it isn’t “bad kids” who are doing this. It has been found that it is the outgoing, athletic, smart, and all around good kids. Parents can never know their children too well. Take the time to talk to your children about what is happening, or what they learned at school, and don’t let them use the line, “nothing”. You know they aren’t just sitting in a desk all day not doing anything. Be involved in their lives.

We hope that everyone with children heading back to school has a great start to their school years! Remember that you can never be “too loving” as a parent. Hug and kiss your children, and never forget to tell them how much you love them, even if they are already a sleep.

Please keep doing your part in helping us spread awareness by telling someone you know, or don’t know, about the choking game. You could save a life.

God Bless

~Wild Farm Kids & Joshua Engle Family

Last First Day of School Picture Together

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6 comments on “Back to School

  1. My prayers are with you, I know of some of your pain, we lost a grandaughter last year and it takes a long time to get over the pain.

  2. My prayers are with you and your family, having lost a child myself at a young age, I understand what you and your family are going thru. I would like to say it gets easier with time, though if I did, I would be lieing. In time we learn to live with it and cherish the memories we had with them. If you ever want to talk, feel free to PM me me. There is a book I would like to recommend to you, its not a religious book. You can google it and read about the book if you wish. It’s called ” Hello From Heaven ” By Bill and Judy Guggenheim. If you PM me your address I would be more then happy to send you a copy. I send them out in memory of my own son, to others who have lost children.

  3. One of my friends on FB posted a picture of you and your son. I do know the pain and the heartache you are going through, I to lost my son suddenly, two days after his 16th birthday, It has been 11 years now and like the comment Regis Burket stated saying I would be lieing saying it gets easier in time which it doesn’t you just learn how to handle it. You cherish every memory and moment you had with your child, and somehow God does give you the courage to go on. I also think this web page you have it very good for you. Unfortunately to me it does not get any better you just deal with it. But I do know that my Matthew and your son are Angels up in Heaven watching over us (An Angel Warms the Heart and Heals the Soul). For me what has helped is my daughter (a year older than my son). Having her has really helped a lot. and I am also going to share a poem somebody framed for me after Matthew died.

    Do Not stand at my grave and weep
    I am not there > I do not sleep
    I am a thousand winds that blow
    I am the diamond glints on snow
    I am the sunlight on ripened grain
    I am the gentle autumn rain
    When you awake in the mornings hush
    I am the swift up flinging rush
    Of quiet birds in circling flight
    I am the soft star shine at night
    Do not stand at my grave and cry
    I am not there < I did not die
    Joseph Douglass,Sr.

    My prayers are with you and your family.

  4. Roxanna Green lost her daughter during the Arizonia shootings. She has a fb site and authored As Good As She Imagined, about her daughter and the lives her death has impacted. May these help you when you need support to the unanswerable…God bless.

  5. I am so sorry for your loss. I will be praying for you and your family that the Lord lifts you all up returning your true joy back to you so you can minister to the children in ways you cant even begin to imagine! God bless you!

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