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Saturday, August 7, 2010

Livi Abighail Frazier Honored


Yesterday was one of the hardest days I have ever lived through.  It was so hard to to see such a beautiful little girl laying in such a tiny little casket.  Livi was beautiful in her mom's blessing dress with a headband on that included the Frazier plaid.  Corrine looked absolutely radiant.  She had this amazing glow about her.  Damon radiated love for both of these women in his life, his beautiful wife and his little sweet pea.

A Scottish bagpiper played as we walked into the chapel that was filled with so many people who love Damon and Corrine.  After a beautiful musical number of primary songs we were soon sweetly reminded of the plan of salvation or the plan of happiness that our Heavenly Father has laid in place for us.  We were reminded of the choice we made to follow the plan of our Heavenly Father and come to earth.  We knew it would be hard, but that we were given an example of how to live so that we could return to live with our Heavenly Father and our families once again.  Our Savior volunteered to come to earth, live a perfect life, then give his life so that we could have the opportunity to follow His example, repent and return.  It was then turned to Livi and how she volunteered to come to earth to save her mother's life so that Corrine could finish her mission here on earth.  Such a selfless act of love.  Damon and Corrine were also sweetly reminded from the words of the prophets that as long as they live a perfectly as they can they will one day be able to raise this loving spiritual giant from infancy to her perfect adult state.

At the cemetery after Corrine got to go 4 wheeling through the grass,  the bagpiper again played as Livi was brought to her final resting spot by her loving uncles.  A sweet prayer of dedication was given by Damon to protect Livi until the day she would again be brought forth from the earth at the time of the resurrection.  The ground was also dedicated to be a place of healing, that all those who were to come to that spot would feel the comfort of the spirit and be calmed in their troubled hearts.  In Scottish tradition the bagpiper played one last song to accompany Livi to heaven.  We then gave one final tribute to Livi as we released pink and purple balloons into the sky.


We love this little girl and can not wait until the day that we can once again embrace her and finally get to know her.  Livi we love you more then you will ever know.

We would also like to thank everyone who came to support Damon and Corrine and their family.  We would also like to thank again Personal Touch Transportation for getting Corrine where she needed to be.  And to Larkin Mortuary for all their efforts to make these last moments with Livi as special as they were. 

7 comments:

nennermommy said...

It was SO beautiful!

Jessica said...

It was a beautiful funeral. And this is a sweet tribute as well. We love you all!

Impressions Studio & Gallery said...

You both have been and will continue to be in our prayers. I am so glad the service was perfect just like Livvi. Thank you for sharing her with all of us.

Adrienne said...

Thank you for posting this tribute and the beautiful description of such a tender day on the blog. I wish I could have been there in person to share hugs and tears. Please know that you have a lot of love and support coming your way from Massachusetts.

Julie said...

Damon & Corrine, We wish we could have come. I'm so glad I got to hear about the funeral on this blog. It sounds like it was beautiful. We're so glad we get to see you guys for the holidays. Lots of love from Texas!

Little Mi Creations said...

Thanks Frazier's Fam. We do not know each other but, reading your blog makes me a better person and mother. Livi has touch my life and she has taught me to appreciate life and my daughter in a different way. We love your little angel!!!.

Teuila said...

Hi Corrine & Damon,

I am sorry that I was not able to make it to the funeral. Please know that you have been in our prayers. We do need to get together sometime. I am happy to see that you are walking and recovering well. Call me.

Love, Tortilla