e always had something to say that would make me laugh.”
Jennings added that she was glad she had the chance to teach the child and thankful she had the opportunity to get to know the "sweet little girl.”
But again, the pain of her loss was not limited to those who knew her.
Charlie Sneed of Horatio, Ark., in his entry, told the Bolin family that Jamie's "abduction and passing” had consumed him for the past two weeks.
"I wish I could take your pain and grief away,” he wrote. "I have four daughters and I know what Jamie meant to you. She is a beautiful child. May God lift your burdens and ease your grief. God bless.”
The compassion of those writing will likely bring tears to your eyes, as well.
So many including Danny Westbrook of Madill, Michelle and Christine Baragona of Hackensack, N.J., and M.S. of Milton, Fla., wrote that they would continue to remember not only Jamie Rose Bolin but all her family.
"My family's prayers and thoughts are with you during your heartbreaking and painful loss all the way from Alaska,” wrote Darlene of Anchorage, Alaska. "I feel I needed to tell you even though we have never met that Jamie Rose has touched our lives in so many ways! As a mother of a little redhead girl with glasses I cannot fathom the loneliness you are going through.
"Please take comfort knowing she is in paradise for eternity where she only feels lots of love and happiness. GOD bless her and keep her in HIS care. May GOD also bless your family during this sorrowful time.”
Guest Book: Jamie Bolin