60 thoughts on “The Unit: Day 107

  1. Please accept my sincere and deep condolences. I have followed you and LB’s journey through your blog for a while now. I am speechless as a parent, as another SN parent x

  2. Sara, The shock is total. I am aching for you and your family. LB has left such an indelible mark on this world.

  3. I am so shocked and so sickened to read this. I am so so sorry for all of you. Lucy and I send you all our love xx

  4. Sara, so very sorry. You and LB are in my thoughts and everyone is so sad here in the office. Lots of love to you and your family xxx

  5. No! I cannot believe this. I am utterly shocked and deeply saddened. Words fail me – my thoughts are with you.

  6. Like everybody else who has responded I am shocked and deeply saddened. I have never met you or LB but fel as if I have known you both as I have followed your story. No point trying to find helpful words – there are none – just know you are in my thoughts and prayers

  7. I am in complete shock Sara. I can’t actually take this in. I’m so so sorry. Although I havent seen you or LB for a long time I have been reading your blog and following the many ups and downs of LB’s life with continued emotion and admiration for the boy I once childminded. Sending all my love and sympathy to the whole family xx

  8. I am Gail’s sister and have been reading your blog for months, she rang me this evening to tell me your tragic news, I am so so sorry that you are having to endure the death of your child, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and all who know and love him xx

  9. I have been following your blog for a while and am so shocked and saddened to read this. My thoughts are with you and your family.

  10. Sarah, I’m so very sorry to hear this, your tales of LB have been so thought provoking and inspiring. Peace and love to one cool dude xxxx

  11. i am outraged.

    as someone who has gone through ‘the system’ in canada and has seen it kill people, i’m so upset that it happened to your son.

    i used to call the places that provided ‘the standard of care’ the ‘living morgues’. i can’t even give them that charitable of an interpretation anymore.

    i know deep down i’m so sorry for how everything went down, i’m just too angry to feel that place right now.

  12. So so sorry to hear this Sara. Have been following your blog and from one Mum to another my heart goes out to you. There are just no words to express the awfulness of this, truly shocking you must be numb. Big hugs to you and your family xxx

  13. Sara, I am…I don’t know the right words, shocked, sickened…no one should have to bear the loss of their child. Thinking of you. Hugs xxxx

  14. I am so truly sorry for your loss. I lost my own beautiful son aged 17 . I know there are no words of comfort I can give you but I couldn’t see this and not pass on my deepest condolences. xxxx

  15. I’m so very, very, very sorry. This should not have happened. Your beautiful boy. You’re all in my prayers.

  16. God Sara, what to say. I know I haven’t been following you for long, but nevertheless this is a real shock. I am glad you have a platform because this should NEVER have happened. My heart goes out to you, and if there is anything I can do, get in touch. A child who loses her parents is an orphan, a wife who loses her husband is a widow, but there is no word for a parent who loses her child.

  17. I am a stranger whose has been following your blog, and wishing you well in your battles. This is so sad and shocking, so desperately awful. I too wish you strength the get through it. So very sorry.

  18. Sara no words, utter horror. And a huge *hug* So hard it hurts. Sending you love and hope you and the family do whatever you have to. Be in touch when you are ready, but for now….. 😥 xxxxxx

  19. So sorry to hear the such sad news of your loss. Its dreadful to think they could do that. Painful. My thoughts are with you and your family xx

  20. I’m so shocked for you all and angry, because it shouldn’t have happened. LB shouldn’t be dead.
    I don’t know how I can help but let me know if I can.
    Thinking of you all xx

  21. Sara I am so sorry to hear the sad awful news of LB. The last time I read your blog LB had just had his interview at H & D House where I met you both briefly. That was a happy day. I haven’t stop thinking of you since I heard this tragic news and my thoughts are with you. Love Gillx

  22. Sara. I’m so so sorry to hear this tragic news. My thoughts are with you, Rich and the rest of the family. xxx

  23. On behalf of myself and all the HR staff at Oxford Brookes – our deepest condolences. If there is anything, really anything, that Brookes can do to help then do not hesitate to ask me.
    All our love.

  24. I learned about your blog from Lucy Series and wanted to pass on my profound condolences to you and your family. If there is anything, in whatever capacity, I can do to help, please contact me. If you google me, you can find my email address.

  25. Sara – just so sorry to hear this. I have been offline and missed your terrible news. My heart is with you. After all you’ve been through this is just awful. Goodbye to beautiful LB and strength to you and the rest of the family.

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