Julia Fraser

Bio: Julia is a wife and mother who enjoys the company of her family and friends. She is an advocate of public education and is on a spiritual journey of which she shares with others through her writing.

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  1. Hi Julia,

    I’m so sorry for the loss of your son. Even though I don’t know you, I can tell you are a very strong woman. I really admire you for being able to move forward with such courage and strength. I’m so glad you visited my blog so that I can discover yours. Your words of wisdom is exactly what I needed to hear. Thank you. I look forward to hearing more…


  2. Hi Julia,
    I don’t know if you remember me or my mom, and I don’t know if you even remember my brother who was friends with your son throughout school, but I just wanted to express my deepest condolences to you and your family. I am so sorry for your loss, no one should have to go through something so heart breaking and unexpected. I could not even begin to comprehend how it must feel, but I know that if I lost my younger brother I would be heart broken. This has opened my eyes and I want to express how amazing it is that you have found strength within yourself to create good out of what is the most devistating situation you could possibly be in. My family and I shed tears and mourned today when we heard about Alex. I can only pray for your family, which I will. I truly and most sincerly am sorry for you, and your family’s loss.


  3. Thank you for following my blog. I, too, lost a son. Andrew was 20 when he and four friends died in in an accident coming home from a cast party for the show Texas! in Palo Dura Canyon. The loss of a child is like none other. But we can survive and go on living. We must go on living for those around us and for ourselves. But mostly because God has given us work to do while we’re waiting for the Great Reunion in heaven some day. Blessings.


  4. thank you for the opportunity to comment–i understand we were created a free to choose what kind of life we have-what about the person who chooses to abuse or even kill others? that person didnt choose to be killed—–how do you explain that so it makes sense–this issue has been haunting me for a long time and i yet to find an answer–please explain this to me


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