Unless you have lived with the tragedy of losing a child, no one can understand the grief a mother feels. The loss is tremendous, you feel helpless, you blame yourself, and in some cases you never get over it.
Paulette Winters-Rice, in an exclusive interview with the Labradorian, talks about the loss of her son, Burton and how she and her children and husband, Steven Rice have had to endure knowing her son will never come home.
Choking back tears Mrs. Winters-Rice said “Everyday always seems like Sunday (January 29) the night he went missing.”
She says it seems like Burton is still missing, “We do not even know how to deal with it,” added Mr. Rice
Mrs. Winter-Rice says that Burton lived with her and her husband Steven until he was nine years old and then went to his father Rodney Jacque, step-mom Natalie Jacque.
She says that she wanted to tell Burton’s story because there is a riff between the two families.
“The way I am taking it right now, they are pulling Burton into everything, I think they should be letting him rest, I don’t mind that they are going after SAR (Search and Rescue) for Labrador, but they could just let Burton rest. They keep pulling him and dragging him back,” Mrs. Winters-Rice added....
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