Kay Marie Sisto’s Story On Fox News 21

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{–My sweet sweet Kay- Polishing My Toenails-}

~~After Kay’s murder, we’ve all
coped (slightly) and survived (faintly)  in different, unique ways.



{Beautiful Kay}

As for me– I scream, weep, buy recipe books, cry out to God, and write, write,
write…

endless, ceaseless, torrential words sorrow.

My daddy works out at the gym, has huge Italian dinners, & catches fish
that he usually throws back in the water.

Saint Shirley, as you might already know, bakes chocolate chip cookies,
homemade chocolate cakes & buttermilk delights.

My brother, Alan, sets the tread mill on fire and pumps lots of iron.

Kay’s son, Jordan, studies.

Nonstop.

 

Kay’s dream for him was to
become a doctor.

 

Anyhow, without further ado,

Here is  Jordan\’s Interview For Fox News Love you, Jordan K. xx


Dear Reader,  The Kay Marie Sisto Memorial Walk is this Sunday, May 20th. on the Waterfront Trail @ 1:00.  Be there at noon to pick up your t-shirts or just come to be present.

Thank you to all of my Angels for your support, kindness, generosity, time,  encouragement, prayers,  chocolate chip cookies, cards, martinins, and love love love.   You all Amaaaaze me, give me hope, &  spur me onward…  Large Pink Glitter Lips

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43 comments

  1. Bella says:

    Kim, Kay, you, and all of your family must be so proud of Jordan! What a guy, your nephew! I was so moved by his words and his determination to see his studies through. I also loved hearing about Kay’s garden. It looks like such an oasis of peace! Alas, I will not be on the walk physically, but Roxy and I will be with you and your loved ones in spirit; cheering you on, encouraging you to the very end! We are with you and yours, Kim! We love you!

  2. Helen Herrick says:

    I’m on call for work this weekend, so can’t commit to the walk….but definitely will be there in spirit…..love to you all!!!!!!!

  3. Red Dwyer says:

    Sending you and all the family support and love. Passing along to my extended network in hopes someone new finds out about the walk, Kay, you… Time to step on domestic violence once and for all.

    Much love, sweet Kimmy,
    Red.
    xxx

  4. Phil says:

    What a wonderful young man Jordan is. He is carrying Kay’s spirit deep within. Thank you for sharing the link with us Kim.

    Sending strength and comfort your way. I’ll keep you all in mind and hope you’ll feel my spirit alongside you. Blessings to you and your family Kim. Stay strong.

  5. Vidya Sury says:

    I wish I could be there, Kim. I will be, though, in spirit. I’ll also be offering a special prayer for you tomorrow. I am so proud of you. I love your “voice”. Getting on with life after the loss of a precious one is not easy. I spring-clean, so that I am so tired I can’t think any more on the days I feel particularly miserable.

    Jordan is such a fine young man. God bless him, what a lovely interview. May all his dreams come true.

    My heart is with your family tomorrow. I admire what you are doing.

    Sending you strength, love and hugs,

    Vidya

  6. Monica says:

    Jordan is a fine young man. You must be so proud, seeing the light from Kay’s eyes in his. Good luck, tomorrow. I hope it’s a great success. You’re doing so much to end domestic violence. Kim, you are a hero to women everywhere.

  7. marie says:

    Not physically there to support you, Kim, and your family for tomorrow’s walk, but know I will be by your side in spirit and in prayers.
    Keep sharing the love Kim, Keep speaking out loud, you are incredible. I know many will be walking with you for Kay.

    Your nephew is a great young man, Kay would be so proud of him as you all are I am sure. Sending much love to you all.
    Marie.xxxxxxxx

  8. Brenda says:

    Kim, I’ve missed reading your wonderful words this week (traveling, even now I am in a hotel room).. I had to write to tell you how wonderful this is and how very proud you all must be. I can’t help but think there is an angel smiling down from the heavens. Hugs from New Mexico ( home soon), xxoo

  9. Nikky44 says:

    I so want to walk with you. I really want to be with you. Kay is so proud of you all, she is so proud of Jordan too. I know because of how I feel anytime I read one of your posts. Sometimes I just have instant tears, sometimes i feel joy, sometimes it’s just sadness. I know that what I feel doesn’t come from me. I feel Kay without knowing her. I think of her so often and i feel the pain she has been through, but I also feel the Peace she is living now. Jordan is a beautiful soul, and it’s you Kim, you and your family who helped him become who he is today. You are supporting him and filling the void Kay has left in his life. I am sure that Kay is very grateful <3
    Love you <3

  10. ed pilolla says:

    what a good story. the lovely garden lives on, and jordan did a great job. i will be walking for peace tomorrow in chicago and will think of you and kay as i do. have a beautiful day, kim:)

  11. Pamela says:

    What a fantastic young man, so composed, so determined. Using hockey for his inner rage. I wish he didn’t have to have the anger that was put there by his mother’s murder. You guys are all such a tribute to her.

  12. Kim, I’m thinking of you on this very special day for you. xxxxxxxxx Jordan–what an admirable young man. His mom would be so proud of him, as you must be. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  13. Lola says:

    Fox did a great job with her story. Your nephew seems like an amazing young man. It’s wonderful that you have found ways to celebrate Kay’s life and that you continue to speak out so that other’s do not have to suffer in the same way. I so admire you all!

    XOXO

  14. Your family is amazing – courageous, determined and wonderful – I see where you get your amazing strength my friend, truly I do

    I will be wishing for you and your family
    Choc Chip Uru

  15. totsymae1011 says:

    You’re so fortunate that no matter how the family’s coping, you’re all a tight family unit. You deal with your loss individually and as a family. The struggle would be so much more difficult otherwise. You’re keeping Kay’s memory alive and still loving and giving to those children she was raising up so well.

  16. Annie says:

    I love reading some interviews and I think even a lot of people agree with me here.. Interviews can give us a lot of tips and great information we didn’t know before..

  17. Charlotte says:

    Reaching through the computer to send you a big virtual *HUG*. What a beautiful family you have. Your sister will never be forgotten because of the support she has in this community. What a handsome young and amazing man Jordan is.

  18. Laci says:

    Oh Kim. I felt my heart break into a million pieces while watching that. I cannot imagine what you and your family deal with on a daily basis. My heart goes out to you. I am so very sorry that you have to deal with this. My goodness, how difficult it must be for you. Sending many well wishes and many hugs.

  19. So sad and heartbreaking and inspiring and……Jordan is amazing. You are amazing. Kay was amazing.

    Side note: the bird bath in Kay’s Garden is the same bird bath I have. I will breathe prayers when I think of her and you as I sit in my garden this year here in Portland………..((hugs))……….

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