“I saw you speak shortly after the Fire and was humbled by your authenticity, honesty, and bravery. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for being you, for getting out there and making magic happen. You have touched so many lives and showed people that no matter what darkness we face, there is always light.”  –  Erin Stehle

“Lindsay’s presence and wisdom made a group of men and women – FEEL, for perhaps the first time in a long time, comfortable in their skin and hopeful. Hopeful they will see joy again despite loss. She has managed to do what I thought was impossible – to live, and find joy even with real sorrow.”  –  Lauren Ellerman

“As I listened to Lindsay share the beat of her heart and tell her story to those who were listening, I not only watched her but watched those watching her.  Not a dry eye was in the place when she so eloquently spoke of the horse that allowed her to touch and see her son again.  She was able to take all of us on the same journey that she experienced personally.   Lindsay is an special person who has a gift in story telling and the fact that she is so willing to be vulnerable and share her personal experience is a blessing to those listening.” – Carol Young

“It is amazing to me when I hear Lindsay speak the courage and tenacity that she exhibits considering the circumstances she has had to face.  On a personal level, I am a parent and I do not even want to think about being in her position, but she has handled it with grace.  I commend her for not only keeping Patrick and Logan’s memory alive, but also in her desire to be a light to others.”  – Brian Simmons, Fire Marshal for Roanoke County