Happy Memories of Loved Ones


Happy Memories of Loved Ones

I lost my son May 9, 2008 at age 18. I have shared my story of grief and healing with many, I thought it would be a great idea if we all shared a story of a happy time with our child or loved one, something that will make us smile.

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Lost of my Son

Started by Beth Skaggs. Last reply by cynthia Pearl Oct 17, 2013. 3 Replies

I lost my son on August 2,2008. To remind me of him I had a quilt made of his clothes. It turned out so beautiful.Continue

memory of my son

Started by yvonne. Last reply by cynthia Pearl Oct 17, 2013. 4 Replies

I lost my son on July 5th 2009 iAM still griefing the lost of my child it seems like yesterday there is no good time for me and my husband since our son was murdered


Started by Stephanie Bruna. Last reply by Gaynell Leath Dec 18, 2011. 5 Replies

I am very new to this websit and am so far liking what I see. I lost my paternal Grandma to pancreatic cancer on 12/10/09 after she fought an 18 month battle. I am in an End of Life care health…Continue

Benjamin WHITMAN Jr.

Started by karen whitman. Last reply by karen whitman Apr 20, 2010. 3 Replies


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Comment by DAWN PACHECO on March 30, 2010 at 11:27am
I lost my 14 year old son on May 25, 2009 to an act of violence. He was the funniest and most outgoing kid you would have ever met. He had the mind of a young child but the spirit of an older, wiser man and never held a grudge against anyone. One night he and I had a disagreement and he walked out of the house and slammed the door. I was very upset crying and yelling. My daughter was walking by his room and heard him trying to get back inside the the house through the window so she walked over and opened it and asked him why he left the house and his response was very simply "I was mad........now can you go get me a honey bun?". Just like that he was over it and wanted a snack. We laugh about that story all of the time because it kind of shows his true spirit. He would get mad and get over it and move on while many other people would hang on to that anger. He loved us very much and the we loved him and miss him just as much.
Comment by richard mom on March 30, 2010 at 10:45am
I lost my son also at a early age 35.He made me laugh so very much.He is a loveing person.with a sense of humor like no one else in the family.Something he got from his father .One of the last funny things he did was come to help take a part a entertainment center that was going to the dump.After piece by piece when they got to the bottom there is a hugh platform with wheels.He said I've got to try this hs got out in the street and tried to use this like a skateboard.There was no way to way to have any direction.He stood laid and sat on it .Going were ever it took him .It was a beauitful fall day.I can still see him running his hands threw his hair.
Comment by Brandi's Mom on March 30, 2010 at 10:43am
My daughter, Brandi, was killed in a car accident in 2007. I had her when I was 17, we grew up together. An abusive marriage, several heartbreaks, and financial struggles. One night, after an argument with my boyfriend, she came in with her best friend. She gave me a hug and put both hands on her hips and said, "It's ok moma, I'm gonna play you some man-hating music!". Just remembering her smile, is priceless.
Comment by Hope Reid on March 30, 2010 at 10:37am
My mom could be dificult in a lot of ways, but she always loved to laugh, especially at herself. In our family, it seems to be a family trait to say things backwards. (I call it verbal dyslexia.) Once when I was 6 years old, she was trying to ask when girl's day on the monkey-bars (aka jungle gym) was, so that she would make sure to have shorts for me to wear. But she said it this way:"When is monkey's day on the girl bar?" My dad and I both just cracked up! This was a common occurence in our home. And she laughed as hard as we did.
Comment by Rev.James Durden on March 30, 2010 at 10:36am
We went to Daytona Beach Florida &my 4 kids got to drive these little race cars & kisha showed her desire to win being the oldest but the shortest she won and they were screaming so loud as if they had won the Daytona 500.Now that was a great Day and in her dvd pictures she was seen driving that car for he fierce look on her face to win and she had a heart of gold .
Comment by KHunk on March 30, 2010 at 9:53am
When my son was a freshman in high school, I still packed his lunch. He started asking me for an extra sandwich or two, and extra snacks such as chips and cookies. I just thought he was extra hungry. I found out later (after his passing) that he was selling his extra stuff to classmates!

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