Hello Deamie, I was reading again what you said your sweet daughter said about dying young. My youngest daughter, Lisa said to me after we realized she was terminal, "Mom, I think that's why I've done so much in my life (which she had) because I wasn't going to live as long as the rest of you." I personally have had such a good life & I'm sure she would say the same thing..... even now. She loved life & people & traveling. She was busy right up to the time she died. I miss she & her sister so much but I've had the best life had to offer. Love, Shirley
I too lost my youngest daughter with cancer 18 mos. ago. Then 7 mos. later I lost my oldest daughter, also with cancer & I feel your pain! Sometimes I believe I'm feeling better, then the reality of it all comes rushing back to me.
At least now we know we have suffered the worst pain any mother can feel. Anything else, bring it on! I am so sorry for us.
hi deamie , So sorry about the loss of your beloved daughter. My name is susan , I too lost my 19 yr old beloved son P.J. to a sailing accident on 11/11/08. Sometimes seems very lonely , alone with the memories and the grief, but seems we are not alone,reading the postings here brings into focus how many others are living thru the same kind of loss we all share.This is a group i never imagined being a part of but here iam...i live in los angeles, really dont know anyone dealing with such profound loss...if u r near here it would be nice to meet for coffee. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am so sorry for the lose of your daughter. My son
Tommy was hit by a car 2 days after Thanksgiving in
2007 and passed away the next day, he was 42. I do
with all my heart believe that he is in heaven and
I am at peace because of that.I also feel that our
loved one that have gone before us are by our sides
always watching over us. I also feel that God will let
them touch us in some small way if he feels that it
is a time when we feel the loss of a loved more. I
feel that Christmas Holidays are some of the sadest
times for familys, and we our loved ones so. The
reason I believe this is because it to our family this
passed Christmas Day. In upstate N.Y. we have
Time Warner Cable & if someone calles your phone
number the # will come up on your t.v. screen. My
children and grand children were opening gifts and i
was helping with dinner and the phone rang, my daug.
lives in Lake George NY and I live in Albany and I
don't have long distanct calling. My phone # came up
on her tv screen, which was not possible, ther would
not have been anyone in my house and as I said I
can't call out of my area code. My son Tommy always
called on Christmas Day even if he did not join us.
When I went home that night I tried to call my daug.
house and the recording said what I Knew it would say, you cannot call out of your area code. So I then
called Verizon and explained what had happened, not
what I thought it may have been, and she said the
only explanation she could see that the signal came
from somewhere. So I believe it was a Christmas
Blessing, because we miss him so, and he wanted to
touch us in some small way to let us know he was
there with us, and I am at pease knowing that God
let him do that. So please believe that your beautiful
daughter is with you all the time, and believe that
she is with Jesus in Heaven and you will again see her and any of you family that have gone before you.
I believe that my Tommy is now with all of my loved
ones who have gone on. I know you will start to find
peace in you heart and mind if you believe that she is
in heaven. I will keep you and your family in my
thoughts and prayers.