Category Archives: grief

Have You Missed Me?

I can remember when each day I was pondering what to write about, which adult child to piss off by writing about their lives, what teenage temper tantrum would make my mothering skills sound almost “normal” or what project I … Continue reading

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She Is With Me (US)

Where do I start?  My dear friend is gone, there is no denying it.  I still think about calling her, I still need to call her.  I can think of at least a dozen times I’ve thought about what Ingrid … Continue reading

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Blessed Day 1

I’ve decided that at least for the next thirty days I’m going to post something on my Facebook wall that I feel thankful/blessed to have.  No big surprise today I picked Mr. Wonderful.  I tell him all the time how … Continue reading

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2,190 Days

Dear Little Guy- Where do I start?  It’s been six years, yeap 2,190 days since I shared those 52 sweet minutes with you.  I still miss you so much it takes my breath away when I really let myself “go … Continue reading

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Everything Sucks

I just want to put it out there.  Cancer sucks.  Saying goodbye sucks.  Death sucks.  Goodbye my dear friend.  Cancer may have taken you from this earth, but it never stole your joy.  You fought cancer like it was your … Continue reading

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Letter To Me

Today as I wiped the tears from The Baby Girl’s sweet little face I can honestly say I saw myself. I wondered how different my life would be today if I had someone that looked out for me when I … Continue reading

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Sweet Baby James-Infant Loss Sucks

Well it’s here, February 28, 2010.  I made it!  Five years, unbelievable.  Five years ago at this very moment I was calling the funeral home to come and pick his sweet little body up.  Amazing! I never knew heartache like … Continue reading

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