Letting go, despite unspeakable suffering

  • Article by: Gail Rosenblum , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 2, 2009 - 6:46 AM
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ExtramanApr. 2, 0912:14 PM

giving us a glimpse into the ultimate horror of a loved one brutally murdered. The Olson's have carried on marvelously. I have the highest hopes for their recovery and moving on.....as much as is humanly possible with this nightmare.

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eplianApr. 2, 0912:41 PM

I seem to avoid stories of grief and heartache. I saw you this morning on the "Today" show, as a transplanted Minnesotan, I turned up the volume when "Cottage Grove, MN" was flashed on the screen. I've been sick to my stomach ever since. I have no words to console you other than your intelligent, heartfelt love has transformed this story from a nightmare into a story of hope. Don't give up, better days are ahead.

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Falcon3Apr. 2, 09 3:52 PM

They have shown all who pay attention the path through the darkest part of the forest. Katherine had so much more to give this world but her time was cut short by evil. Her last gift to this world is being delivered through her parents.

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