Connie Tate
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At 2:23pm on December 31, 2010, Carrie L said…
Hi connie i hope you are doing ok i am so so. it is so hard without our beautiful children our future ourselves. today is a bit better than yesterday but it sure comes and goes and it will never go away.. it is beautiful your headstone. he doesn't have one which i hope to change. someplace to go and mourn more carrie L
At 8:22am on October 29, 2009, Lisa said…
The pain never goes away...however..today I have found the answer to why.
Why this keeps happening in our world today.
Please read my story and pass it along. This is Breaking News
www.Drugawareness.org/recentcases/suspicious-suicide-of-sister
LET ME KNOW IF YOUR STORY IS SIMILAR. OUTRAGED
At 8:11am on October 29, 2009, Lisa said…
The pain never goes away...however..today I have found the answer to why.
Why this keeps happening in our world today.
Please read my story and pass it along. This is Breaking News
www.Drugawareness.org/recentcases/suspicious-suicide-of-sister
LET ME KNOW IF YOUR STORY IS SIMILAR. OUTRAGED
At 8:10am on October 29, 2009, Lisa said…
The pain never goes away...however..today I have found the answer to why.
Why this keeps happening in our world today.
Please read my story and pass it along. This is Breaking News
www.Drugawareness.org/recentcases/suspicious-suicide-of-sister
LET ME KNOW IF YOUR STORY IS SIMILAR. OUTRAGED
At 7:41pm on July 22, 2009, denise said…
Dearest Connie: First allow me to give my deepest condolence to you. Death is a very deep hurt that last a long time. The grieving that comes with it is called a process and that it truely is. It is not natural for a child to preceed a parent in death. My deepest condolence. the Bible's promise has helped me to grieve. Jesus' tender feelings when resurrecting Lazarus reflected his intense desire to undo the ravages of death. In the spring of 31., C.E Jesus Christ bodly promised: "Just as the Father raises the dead up andmakes them alive, so th4 Son also makes those alive whom he wants to. Do not marvel at this, because the hours is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his (Jesus') voice and come out." (John 5:21,28,29) Here Jesus Christ promised that millions now dead will live again on this earth and have the prospect of remaining on it forever under peaceful, paradisaic conditions (Luke 23:43) This hope has given me much comfort May you find this comfort in God's Word. Releasing grief by talking is so helpful. Even writing helped me. Something else, it facilitates the release of grief, crying and I do this whenever I need to.Shedding tears is a necessary part of my healing process. Psalm 34:18 says God is near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves. May you have pace.
At 9:35am on May 22, 2009, Lynda Littrell Boyette Cass Benjamin said…
I lost my 32 year-old son Aaron. He was one of my best friends; there were things I could discuss with him that I couldn't with my daughter or husband. He truly lit up my life--now there is a huge dark hole that can never be filled. I still have a lot to be thankful for--his 3 year-old daughter, my daughter, her 7 month-old daughter, my husband, my son's wife, etc. But there will never be the joy that he emitted just walking into a room !!
At 8:30am on May 22, 2009, VICKI said…
WHAT YOU SAID REALLY HIT HOME FOR ME THANKS FOR BEING OPEN I THINK A DAUGHTER AND MOTHER BOND WILL ALWAYS BE STRONG SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS I AM JUST ANOTHER MOTHER TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF
At 7:30pm on April 30, 2009, Connie Tate said…
My daughters favorite color was purple, so I had her headstone made in Seattle, it is purple glass with her name, birth and death dates and the words OUR ANGEL etched on it. It is very beautiful, as was my Angie.
At 6:59am on April 30, 2009, Lynda Littrell Boyette Cass Benjamin said…
Well-meaning people who have never suffered this loss keep telling me the pain will lessen and I'll only remember the good things about Aaron. I know a part of me died with him. At times I do scream like a banchee in the night, throw things, kick things, shout obscenities at the sky--but nothing helps. How can anyone cope with this. I miss Aaron so much !!!!
 
 
 

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