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Broken Promises

Mike’s sisters promised him weeks before he got bad that, if something were to happen to him, he wanted them to promise him that they would see to it that I was taken care of.   797 more words

25th July 2009

It’s often been said that a mother should never have to bury her children. It is wrong that the person who brought you into the world, should also have to see you out of it. 642 more words

Grief

PTSD Freakout?

I know I’ve mentioned that I’ve self-diagnosed with ptsd, and while I had been doing better, I had a small episode today.

DH has not been feeling well lately. 123 more words

Grief

Remembering Chuck Henderson

Today we celebrated the life of Chuck Henderson, a beloved and faithful member of our congregation. Here are my speaking notes, including the 2 Corinthians text I started from. 1,149 more words

Funeral

Throwback Thursday should be called Torture Thursday

Pictures capture the moments in your past when you were happy.  When you at least thought you were happy.  A time when you thought there was going to be a different end to your family’s story.   332 more words

Divorce Recovery

Memories never forgotten

Dearest Frank,

I honestly don’t think a day goes by that I don’t think about you and memories we shared. Last night I found myself looking up places we went on the map because I wanted to see where they were in relation to Philadelphia. 535 more words

Grief

Dealing With a Loved One's Things

In anticipation of the big move, I’ve begun to sell some of my stuff. Smaller items so far: DVDs, CDs, books, shoes, clothes, etc. Soon I will sell the larger items: bed, couch, entertainment unit, etc. 608 more words

Life