Thursday, April 12, 2007

One Clear Voice

Hi Tyree,

I thought I would share a song I heard on the radio at 2:00am! It was a beautiful song and the words spoke loud and clear ... hence the name "One Clear Voice". Please know that my thoughts and prayers are always with you. The girls love you and miss you and we all wish we could be there with you. You are such a strong spirit. I can feel your presence everyday. And in time, we will all come to understand the path God has chosen for all of us.

Love from all!
Deanna, Taylor & Alyssa

P.S. Here's the song from Peter Cetera - One Clear Voice

The whole world is talking
Drowning out my voice
How can I hear myself
With all this noise
But all this confusion
Just disappears
When I find a quiet place
Where I can hear

One clear voice
Calling out for me to listen
One clear voice
Whispers words of wisdom
I close my eyes
'Till I find what I've been missing
If I'm very still, I will hear
One clear voice
I'm always searching
For which path to take
Sometimes I'm so afraid
To make mistakes
From somewhere inside me
Stronger than my fears
Just like the sound of music
To my ears, I hear


At 3:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I am finally with you now, as you are about to end this short, earthly portion of your eternal journey and begin a new one. For days now I have stared at your sweet, kind face and wondered why this is happening to someone as precious, non-judgmental, loving, and giving as you. You have taught me so much in life and now you are teaching me so much in death. You are years beyond your true age of 29 and I suppose that for that reason alone you are needed to teach others on the other side of the veil. I have no doubt that you will be with our Heavenly Father and your precious Emily and that you will truly be happy. And while I know that everything is on Heavenly Father's timetable I still cry to hear your voice and your laughter once again. My heart will continue to ache until I am reunited with you once more. Now I just have to live up to your example so that I may be worthy enough to share a piece of heaven with you.

I have been so blessed these past few days to spend time not only with Chris, Tyler, and Jocelyn but also with the people responsible for making you the wonderful person that you are...your parents and siblings. I can truly say that I have never felt so welcomed as I have been by your family. I have cried with them and laughed with them. They are, like you, wonderful. I have decided to adopt them as part of my family and they have been duly warned that they are not going to be able to get rid of me. I'm sure they wonder what you ever saw in me but that is one of the things that I admire about you most...your ability to make friends with anybody and everybody. You have friends in every age, gender, race, and religious affiliation. Your friendship knows no bounds. For this I am eternally grateful.

I love you and will miss you so much!!

Your friend,


At 4:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm so sad to read what Tyree, her family and her friends are going through. I don't know you or Tyree. I found this site through Mattthew's blog (

Anne, a fellow PPCMer (peripartum cardiomyopathy-er)

At 4:51 PM, Blogger Shiloh and Eduardo said...

Yesterday morning as I was sitting with Tyree, the Hospice delivered the most melodic gift to Tyree. They brought in a harpist that had the most angelic voice. She and I had a conversation about Ty and then she sang and played a song just for her using her name and Chris and Jocelyn's names too. It was beautiful and it allowed me to see just what I envisioned heaven to be like. I know that Ty is on her way. This little glimpse showed me that there is a little piece of heaven here on earth too.


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