John, don't feel bad. I know that your son knows that you loved him. There is one thing that I have learned in Casey's death, that guilt and anger has no place in dealing with our child's death. My husband and I could feel guilty because we gave him the motorcycle that he was on for his college graduation present and we could have anger at the guy that turned left in front of him, but neither one of these is helpful. We can only try to live our lives so that we can be with them one day. God's blessings to you. Deb
Thank you for your thoughts! Our stories are simular, about a year apart. I've had little hints of dreams about my son, when he was little but nothing substantial of when he was older an adult. There was one dream where a car full of guys were in a Cady parked in our garage. Six fellows piled out of the car and had strung cases and cases of empty cans all over the floor of the garage. My son was the last to step out of the car and I questioned him why they were trashing our garage, her just shrugged his sholders and I woke up. I was ticked at myself all day knowing I should have ran over and gave him a big hug and welcomed him home. I felt so bad all day, even knowing it was just a dream. I miss him so much. Thanks again.
Mrs. Lexis, thanks for post. I too am very sorry for your lose. I still can't believe Brandon is gone. Thanksgiving was very hard. I know he's not going to come over anymore but Holidays have a way of really comfirming that thought. I pray every day that he's OK and that one night he'll be able to convey that to me in a dream. I don't have any proof but I truely beleive God allows our dead to come back in our dreams to let everyone know all is OK. Y'all take care and my family's thoughts will be with you and your family on your lose. JBT