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"As each descending peak on the LCD, took you a little farther away from me..Theres no comfort in the waiting room, just nervous pacers bracing for bad news, then the nurse comes in and everyone will lift there heads, but i sit still thinking of what sarah said..that love is watching someone die..."

Everyone goes "up there" sooner or later, the sad thing is that the majority of people today go way before there time. Some go tragically in a way they never dreamed of and Some go peacefully as they planned. Whether a loved one passes in the hospital on life support, or to a car accident or to others careless behavior..they all have one thing in common and it is that they became angels. Saying goodbye is hard to me and may be to some of you as well..But we all know that the goodbye we made to a loved one who passed lets say yesterday/today/or years back was just a temporay goodbye..because soon we will reunite with them. Although as much as i hate seeing someone pass i know that they went to a world full of glory where they no longer suffer from there illness. I learned that seeing someone become an angel is better than seeing them suffer. I recently got a better view and understood the meaning of "it was for the best.."

Im a person that has been through what you have been through, and i share the same type of pain as you.

This song basically brings tears, but it gives me relief..i dont know how to explain the relief part but its just so relaxing to listen to and think about all the memories of the ones who passed.

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At 4:24pm on June 1, 2010, kristi said…
thank you AR,for the support,i learned alot in the last 3 and a half years since my son passed away.i learned to go to support group i have forgiven the doctors and nurses that were in the room when my son died because of the fact i work were he died,and i took it out on the nurses and doctor and it wasnt even there fault.and my support group lady said would you like to tell them how you feel and i told her i did.and my support group helps me when i need them.i help people that are going throu the same thing to.but yes josh never spent one minute in jail and when i seen him for the first couple of years i was mad i wouldnt say hi or anything to him now i say hi and stuff to him.and with my other son he does play a game on xbox 360 with him and a bunch of my other sons friends that he left behind and i am thank ful they do that for him.but yes the police my husband sees them still and everytime he sees the ones that were there he gets madder.what can i do?so i let him do what he has to do.memorial day i worked i got throu it with out being anger,then went to the cemetary.ok this is how i deal with his loss.i write in a journal for 5 minutes with a candle lit.the good not the bad thoughts.when his birthday is i make his favorite food and make a cake and take it out to the cemetary for him.i hope this helped you AR and i hope you keep in touch ok.thanksand if you want to add me as a friend you can.your compassion is really nice.
At 4:12pm on December 28, 2008, Daisy M said…
Thanks A R for your compassion the days are tough and then they feel better its times like these"holidays" that seem to be extremely hard.... However I know he like your aunt is in the place we will eventually arrive tooo
thanks so much for your kind words and u are in my prayers as well God Bless you

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