Dad’s opening thoughts

by hfromh on July 29, 2011

I would like to start this site by writing my first words of Harrison since his celebration. I want to say that while it is sometimes difficult and painful to work on this site and look at all the beautiful pictures of my precious little boy, I am still honored to have had the opportunity to meet him and see him become a baby.

To this day the thought and sight of Harrison inspires me to be a better person. He showed this world how powerful our spirits are and how important each and every one of us are. When I look at his pictures sure I see a sick baby sometimes, but I also see a baby with a purpose of which it is not my place to judge or mourn. I cannot mourn his purpose, but rather I choose to celebrate his purpose and share it with the world.

I miss you everyday Harrison. I love you and thank you for being exactly who you are.



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Barbara and Ken Bloom August 14, 2011 at 8:01 pm

The website looks great.  This is such a wonderful cause and foundation and I hope it helps many children in the years to come.  This truly is an honorable legacy for Harrison Evert Hudson.
Love, Barbara and Ken Bloom


Jessica Simkin August 20, 2011 at 2:19 pm

Very Beautiful site.  As usual it only took the sound of the song that the video plays to before the tears started flowing.    
It is wonderful that Harrison's spirit is able to live on through helping others in similar and difficult situations. 
Lots of love,


Grammy September 3, 2011 at 5:09 am

What a beautiful person you are, and/or have become with the help of the spirit of Harrison.  I have to continually work to train myself to only look at the beautiful things of his life and the lessons I can learn, just as you have done. It takes effort and discipline to push away the sadness and rejoice in his being.  His foundation will not only keep his memory alive but bring help, hope and love to others. You and Melissa are beautiful people and he chose well in selecting you to be his parents.  We, as his family are greatful for his short time with us.  Thank you, Harrison.  Love, Your Grammy


Christina Potts September 12, 2011 at 3:43 pm

Harrison's story is touching and inspiring. I never got to meet him, but feel that I know his beautiful spirit through seeing his mother's big, bright smile at Mod while she was pregnant with him and through the photos and videos posted here. Thank you, Harrison and parents, for reminding me to be grateful for each precious day, and to love those around me as if each day was my last. 


Janeen July 4, 2013 at 3:24 am

Both of you should reach joint decisions on ways to rekindle sex life
as well as improving on the other aspects of your relationship.

The chef Dave played by Paul Soter (Beerfest), has got
his socially awkward twin brother Donnie (also played by Paul Soter) a job as a waiter, and he is also
thrust into the competition, but is soon corrupted by Connor, who equally has eyes on the prize, as well as Tara, played by the gorgeous Cobie Smulders (The
L Word), a medical student, who along with trying to fight for the
prize, has to prevent Nuts from turning into Zongo, by making sure he takes
his medication. I admit I’ve gone to those illegal P2P sites and taken movies from them, but I stopped after I got several viruses that seriously messed up my computer.


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