Mason Allen Medlam

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Hey everyone, if you get a minute (and even if you don’t have a minute, make the time) PLEASE visit “Like” and “Share” the Mason Allen Medlam Facebook page. If there was EVER a cause to support this is it. Please help spread the word. I don’t typically do things like this, that’s how STRONGLY I believe in what they are doing.

Here is a direct quote from their page:

On July 27, 2010 my five year old autistic son, Mason Medlam, wandered from our home and drowned in a neighbor’s pond. He died two days later.

This page is dedicated to raising autism awareness, wandering prevention, and wandering safety.
We miss Mason more than can ever be expressed. We love you, Bubby.


-Lost and Tired

Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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Sheila Medlam

What a joy it is to see another stranger become part of our family by sharing our beautiful boy with the world. It is people like you that keep him alive around the world. You will never know how much this means to me and my family.

Mason was an incredibly happy, wonderful son. I miss his laugh and craziness the most. He went a hundred miles an hour from the time he woke up until the time that he finally collapsed into bed. He was so silly. He loved spongebob and would cry every single time that spongebob cried. I had "best friends ever" as a ring tone on my phone and he would make me play it to him over and over again.

I love you forever, Mason Allen Medlam. Mommy misses you, Bubby. I hope God lets me come to you soon.

Thank you again,

Sheila Medlam