Kim Bolin's Validation from her son Zachary through Daniel John
by Elizabeth Boisson
Zachary and Marley/Lucy staring at the wall as though she is receiving a treat/Zach's brake lights at his Memorial Celebration/Daniel John
My 3rd child Zachary came into the world in June 1998 making a big appearance weighing in at 11 pounds and 4 ounces. He was a force to be reckoned with for the 18 years and 8 months he walked this earth. He had 3 near misses with death in that short time but it would be one of those misses that ultimately would lead him down a path that he could not be brought back from.
After being almost fatally stabbed by a friend at 16, he was prescribed Oxycontin. 10 years ago there was little information out there about opioids and how highly addictive they could be for some individuals. I have seen the statistics that with a 10-day supply of opioids, 1 in 5 become long term users. Within one year of graduating high school, this big, strong, tough kid would be killed by a crumb of fentanyl and our family's world would be turned upside down. But Zach's story was never going to end like that.
From the day he passed, he has shown up for me and his siblings in big and amazing ways. From a turkey vulture arriving in our backyard within an hour of being told he was gone, spinning brightly in the sun to the night of his celebration of life at our home where his car which had been in my driveway for about 2 months suddenly had the brake lights shining brightly and continued to until the end of the celebration. It could only have been Zachary.
Zach has come through several times in private readings with information that only we would know. And the Gallery reading with Daniel John was no exception. I would have missed the opportunity to even attend if it wasn't for the HPH emails Elizabeth sends out because I had inadvertently left the group at some point the end of last year. When I saw the opportunity to meet Daniel John, I reached out to Elizabeth to rejoin the Facebook group.
I was meant to be there on what was the 7 year anniversary of Zach being convicted for having marijuana in his car. Which at the time, I thought that was the worst thing that could happen to him --probation, loss of license. No that wasn't the case - one month to the day two police officers stood in my kitchen and broke the news that my baby boy was gone. So I went into the reading believing that Zach was going to come through as we approached his 7th anniversary in February.
Christmas for some reason was extra hard and I had been playing the regret game --what if I had done this? what if the woman that took him in had told me her two sons were addicts? what if his dad had been a more present and positive role model?
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