Its still so hard to fathom you are gone, especially today. I like to think that you would’ve gone Big for your 30th, and I like to think that maybe you’d have been in Phoenix visiting or staying for a while, and that maybe I would’ve gotten to see you and spend some time with you today. Maybe at a big party, like you’re 17th when we went to the roller rink in 70’s disco outfits. Amy’s parties were always my favorite—just so much hilarity. Amy was the most fun friend I ever had, but more than that, she was the most authentic, inclusive, kind, and beautiful inside and out person I’ve ever known. I would give anything to have a conversation with her again, Now, at this stage of our lives, to talk about how far we’ve come and how much we’ve grown and changed. But I know no matter how much time had passed or how much had changed, it would feel just as it always did—like I was with my kindred. Love You forever and always Amy.
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Amy was a bright light in this world. For her 32nd birthday, the Amy Bennett Foundation is asking for $32 donations. This year, we are inspired by the season of Amy's birthday- spring! Amy loved the springtime; blooming flowers, birds singing, and warmer weather. For every donation over $32, the Amy Bennett Foundation will be gifting rose quartz hearts.
The Amy Bennett Foundation and Bennett family are also asking you to share memories of Amy and how she or ABF have impacted your life. We invite you to participate in the forum below to further celebrate Amy's Birthday! These will remain on the website for everyone to visit when they need a little time with Amy. If you plant your flowers and want to share them when they bloom, please do so in the forum - we would love to see them!
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