Buffalo Wild Wings

Last night we had a fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings in Fairfield Ohio.  They donated 10% of all sales to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention from everyone that dined in their restaurant from 5-9.  Special thanks to Hope Amburgy for assisting with this and beginning this process for me.  There were several people that I knew there and it is always great to see the support that my family and I have.  I woke up this morning feeling truly blessed, that has been hard for me to say.  How do you say you are blessed when you have tragic things happen to your family?  I look at my brother and Tina and say that they are blessed, what an oxymoron????  Today I woke up feeling blessed and have enjoyed and embraced this feeling all day.  The love, support, kind words, random phone calls and text messages, no one will ever know what these mean to me and my family.  You never know how what you say, your small gesture, or just a quick message will mean to someone that is receiving this.  Take a minute each day to let someone know that you are thinking of them and also to count your blessings.  Even in the worst of times, there are blessings somewhere in your life.


About Dusty

I am the father of Ciarra Joi "CJ" Rhodes. I am the man blessed to have 13 and a half years with my beautiful daughter. I am also the survivor of her teenage suicide. I miss her every minute of every day! I hope this site will keep her memory alive and maybe help others.

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