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I had the pleasure of podcast  interview the other day about “Wish You a Goode Journey” and Makenzie’s story.  The woman interviewing me had a Godwink just five minutes before the interview.  This luna moth          (pictured above) came calling on her at her kitchen window.  She told me that she felt like it had significance!  She explained that luna moths have a very short life expectancy ( like maybe a week at best once they emerge from their cocoon),   I told her about the significance of butterflies in our lives since Kenzie left us; sharing about the butterfly launch that we had had at their high school graduation in Makenzie’s memory.  A very fun memory that her friends shared with me was of a luna moth that showed up at their  graduation party that night and kept landing on these friends.  The kids even referred to it as Kenzie as they felt deep in their hearts that she was still with them and celebrating right along side of them.  With Kenzie there was never a dull moment and she still is the life of the party even now right before my podcast interview.

Pictured is Leah with the luna moth that was keeping everyone entertained at the graduation party.... " life is Goode"

Pictured is Leah with the luna moth that was keeping everyone entertained at the graduation party….
” life is Goode”

I am including a link to the podcast where Kenzie’s story about her accident and some of the beautiful experiences in the days and years following are shared along with a couple of the fun Godwinks.

Marcy Robitaille Speaks Up About Her Book and ‘Godwinks’

Hoping you may be intrigued enough now to get a copy of Wish You a Goode Journey … My biggest why in this life …. sharing my daughter’s story, blessing others as I have been blessed.