Its a message that this family feels needs to get out, but it brings back painful memories.
They buried their daughter a little more than two years ago.
Sheena Blair was all of 24 years old when a drunk driver, going the wrong way on an Everett street, slammed into the car Sheena was driving.
Tony Ramirez, a passenger in Sheena's car, was also killed that night in February 2010.
Sheena's parents turned their grief and sorrow into a crusade to change the laws that dictate how long drunk drivers are sent to prison when they kill someone in a crash.
This year, the Blair's were present when Governor Gregoire signed a law that put DUI-related vehicular homicide at the same level as first degree manslaughter.