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Always, I will remember...

“Her gesture could be a reference to memory of an event; a friend or loved one; or a significant point in a relationship. It can be a ‘miss-you’ piece — a symbol for when someone is absent, or given as a gift when you want someone to remember you. It can be a reminder of someone who is not with you, but still very present. This is a very personal piece in that it could represent an emotional time that is known or shared by just the giver and the receiver.”

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Submitted by Carol in Maine, November 2014

My husband gave this angel to me for Christmas, his last Christmas before the Lord took him home. I love the Willow Tree collection and have received many as gifts. I have bought several for myself, but this "Remember" angel figurine means SO much to me.


Submitted by Dori Laney in Fl., March 2014

I have collected several of your angels. On a recent trip to see my parents in Ohio, I sent my Mom a picture of one of your angels and asked her if she would like it. She responded yes, she would love it. She would put it on my brother Greg's shelf. ( He passed away in Jan 1999 of a brain tumor at the age of 29 years old). I then told her that the angel was called Remember. The shelf has several things on it to do just that-- to remember Greg.


Submitted by Julie in Iowa, February 2014

I fell in love with a boy when I was 16, and loved him my whole life. Through circumstances, things, people and missteps, we were in and out of each other's lives over the next 34 years. In November 2012, he was back in Iowa and I found out he was sick. Thankfully, I was able to spend the next year caring for him both physically and emotionally, talking with him, crying with him, laughing with him and loving on him as hard and as well as I could. It was emotionally and physically exhausting at times, but I was so privileged to walk this journey with him. I lost the love of my life on November 27th, 2013. My hope was to not have any regrets at the end of the day, and I didn't. I knew that he loved me, he knew that I loved him and that he mattered in this world, but my heart was broken in two. I miss him each and every day. I stopped in the hospital gift shop while at work today, and was drawn to the Willow display. As soon as I saw Remember, I knew it was meant for me. With many tears in my eyes, I bought it and it is on my desk where I can see it every day. Always, I will remember...


Submitted by Becky Deppe in Vandalia, MO, January 2014

My best friend sent me this piece in remembrance of my father-in-law. He passed away on January 3rd of 2014. Every time I look at this piece I think of them both. It is something I will treasure always, and will love to look at.

Soar and Remember

Submitted by Beth in Indiana, December 2013

Soar The Mourning Dove (a true story) As we sat waiting for my husband’s chemo treatment, I noticed a mourning dove sitting on the window ledge looking in at us. I was filled up with such Loving Peacefulness. I let go and knew that God would take David into His arms. On Wednesday, May 22, 2013 he died peacefully at home. I miss him greatly, but know that he is with His Lord and Savior. Remember This figurine represents me on my future journey without David. I have my new purse with a pattern called “Bittersweet”. I have days where I am so forlorn. I ponder on what life will bring. But then I remember all the love we shared, all the happy memories and rejoice that David is no longer suffering. My journey begins.


Submitted by Lillian Heilman in Winslow, New Jersey, December 2013

I received my piece for Christmas 2013. When I saw it I just cried. I had just lost my husband on November 23, 2013. My heart is broken, and this piece of Remember resembles the feeling I feel. Your pieces are so lovely and have a deep meaning, especially for me.


Submitted by Heather in AB, August 2012

On June 5th of this year our 15 year old son, Wade, took his life. We have been given the Father/Son & Mother/Son figurines and they sit on either side of a picture of him. Remembrance and Healing Angels sit with other angels I already had in a window. Just looking at them brings me comfort. Their simplicity and purity are beautiful, and the love and support that has been shown to us is symbolized in them. Our lives are changed forever and the angels & figurines remind us of the love we shared and the kind, caring person that he was. Thank you for creating them Susan


Submitted by golboo in iran, August 2012

I sent this angel to one of my best friends when she moved to the USA. I hope when she saw this angel she remembered me.


Submitted by Pat in Kentucky, August 2012

I received my first Willow Tree Angel many years ago from a dear friend when my mother passed away. It was so beautiful and meant so much to me at the time, because it was a Remembrance angel. As the years have passed I have received many more for special occasions, each one having such special meaning. For Christmas I received With my Grandmother angel from my granddaughter. It moved me to tears. My granddaughter and I have such a special bond. She is 14yrs. old and she told me that it reminded her of the way we are, Special to each other!


Submitted by golboo in iran, January 2012

I sent this angel to one my best friend when she move to the USA I hope when she saw this angel she remembered me.


Submitted by Lindsay in WA, December 2011

I started my collection in 2000, and I have always loved wood pieces. The craftmanship of these pieces and the detail of each one is beautiful. October 2010 my dad passed away from a battle of skin and lung cancer. I miss him greatly and this year my husband gave me the Willow Tree figure of "Remember" to always remember my dad. I have a special meaning for each of my figures, from my pregnancy, to friendships, to my loss.Thank You Lindsay,


Submitted by andrea in australia, November 2011

I have collected willowtree figurines for a few years now. After my beloved dad passed away suddenly in Oct this year, my best friend gave me HERO, which brought me to tears. My dad was a soldier in his younger years, and this piece means a lot to me. I have purchased REMEMBER for my step mum for Christmas. I am sure she will be touched by this as much as i was.


Submitted by Summer in Ohio, September 2011

I recently had a miscarriage and I have been heartbroken. It was my second pregnancy and I was ready to give my 14 month old son a sister or brother. I had to have surgery to have the baby removed. I have had a really hard time dealing with this loss. I have been looking for something to remember my baby and have not found anything that "felt" right. My sister just came over and brought me the Willow Tree "Remember." I cried as soon as I opened it. It's perfect! She looks how I feel. I will remember the baby that I lost every time I walk past it. Thank you for creating such a beautiful piece of art.


Submitted by Barbara in Minnesota, July 2011

I recieved this gift one year after my daughter's death. She was thirty. It meant so much to me to have a rememberance of my love for her and so incredibly personal to me. I absolutely loved it. I will now look for one that would be great for her five year old daughter. I did not know much about your sculptures before--now it will become a gift to many!


Submitted by lynn in florida, July 2011

My daughter passed away last year, and when I saw Remember, with her favorite flower and her likeness, I added it to my small collection of Willow Tree . I smile everytime I look at it. Thank You!!


Submitted by Tara in Colorado, May 2011

I bought my first Willow Tree figure about 5 years ago and have been slowly building up my collection. I recently purchased Remember in honor and remembrance of my father, who lost his battle against cancer in July 2010. I think about him every day and when I saw this particular figure I knew I needed to get it. Remember is me -- missing my father and remembering him always.


Submitted by ANNETTE in MI, May 2011

To tell you my story of how I started collecting Willow Tree, I have to go back 2 years (Aug. 2009). My sister was due to have a baby boy; on the day he was to be born he died. That was a hard day for all of us. At the funeral the pastor read the story about dragonflys and since then we see dragonflys everywhere When we see a dragonfly today we think of our Evan in Heaven. Then four months later she became pregant again, but sadly, three months later she lost the baby, my niece Emma. My sister is now pregant again. She is due in July and she is having another boy (Nathaniel). Our father is now terminally ill. He is in hospice; each room is named after a tree. He is in the room Willow, which is also the same name of the street where his father lived. His name was William. My first Willow Tree figurine was A Tree, A Prayer, I also bought my mom Remember. This now has started our collection as we move forward. These items help us through the tough times.


Submitted by Jamie in Ontario, Canada, January 2011

My husband started buying me Willow Tree figurines on our first anniversary, and for every meaningful event in our lives, he or our children choose a new one to commemorate it. A few years ago, after the loss of our first baby son during my pregnancy, I ached to find a way to commemorate his short time with us. I happened to be in a store that sold the Willow Tree figurines and the first one that caught my eye was "Remember." I cried as I bought it and proudly placed it with my collection. A year later, when we lost our second baby son a friend came to visit and gave me "Guardian," not knowing that I was a collector of Willow Tree. Those two statues have given me an immense gift and an awesome peace every time I walk by them. There are four beautiful statues on my shelf, marking each of my children's lives. I am so grateful to have found something so meaningful to commemorate those moments of my life.


Submitted by Terrie in CO, December 2010

I lost my mother this year. When my sister found this piece she told me about it. I had to have it. I have often seen Willow Tree pieces but never owned one. I thought what better way to start a collection than to start it out by remembering my mom. She would have loved this piece. It will remind of her every time I look at it.


Submitted by Sheryl in Nebraska, December 2010

My love of of Willow Tree started when I received one as a gift about ten years ago. My collection has grown nicely through the years and each one has a special meaning or memory for me. The most recent one, one I bought for myself, is "Remember". We lost my brother very recently and this new piece will have a very special place in my collection


Submitted by Anjali in NC, November 2010

I was given my first Willow Tree gift of a mother and child by my parents for Mother's day in 2003. I was a few months pregnant with our first child at the time. Our beautiful baby unexpectedly died in November 2003 at the age of 6 weeks. Since that tragedy, our family has grown and we have moved cities and countries. This month our first-born would be 7 years old. I was out buying Halloween materials for my two living daughters' costumes and I saw the Remember figurine and was drawn to it. We have come such a long way on our grieving journey. This piece brings me comfort in remembering the child that made us parents.


Submitted by Dorothy in OH, October 2010

I received the Willow Tree piece "Thinking of You" when my uncle passed away. It meant so much to me that I have now started a tradition that when a loved one passes away I give a Willow Tree piece. I have given "Thinking of You" and "In Rememberance." The loved ones who receive them are so moved by the story behind the pieces. Thank you for allowing me a way to make the moments of losing a loved one a little less painful, if only for a moment.


Submitted by Terri in Nebraska, September 2010

Hello, I have been collecting Willow Tree for what seems a very long time. I started with the ones being pregnant, & all the ones that follow.I just took a quick count--I have 27 figurines, 3 plaques, 2 trinket boxes and the large nativity scene with animals, all of which each hold a special meaning to me. I bought some myself, and some were given to me as gifts. I also have given many as gifts. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2010 had surgery in Feruary 2010; then Chemo started in April 2010. On August 30 2010 I had my last treatment and my PIC line was taken out. On my way out of the hospital that day I was going to buy a pop as a celebration. I couldn't beleive my eyes when I saw Remember in the gift shop. It spoke to my heart right away.I know I'll never forget my Chemo but this figurine reminds me of all the love, prayers and support my family, friends and people I hardly know have given me. Most of all is how great the Lord has been to me. He truly has given me the strength when I thought I had none. Thank you for all the great Willow Tree pieces.


Submitted by Melissa in Georgia, May 2010

I am a single mom, who has to work full time outside of the home. Last year I enrolled my daughter in a fine arts program, quite a distance away. Two dear friends got my child to and from the program every single Tuesday for the year! It meant so much to me. I have to be self-reliant and handle parenting alone, all of the time. It was a gift that they took on this responsibility for me. I love them for it and will never forget how they so willingly stepped forward to help - they're my carpool angels. I got them both a Remember figurine as a symbol of my gratitude.

  • Name: Remember
  • Materials: resin, metal
  • Measurements: 5.5"h
  • Sentiment: Always, I will remember...

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