Deidre Couch
  • Female
  • harrison, arkansas
  • United States
Share

Deidre Couch's Groups

 

Deidre Couch's Page

Latest Conversations

Tami commented on Deidre Couch's blog post my husband, my child
"Hi Deidre, I was going way back to when I started this site, I read your story and I am so sorry, I am also wondering how you are doing now, I lost my fiancé in a motorcycle accident and then lost my son the same way...not comparing, just…"
Oct 12, 2012

Profile Information

Deidre Couch's Blog

my husband, my child

Posted on July 25, 2009 at 12:40pm 8 Comments

to all who wish to understand, i dont expect you to, nor do i want you to. this is my pain and in some strange way i enjoy that i have it all to myself. I lost my daughter when i was 7 monthes pregnant, june 10th 2009. I lost my husband in a motorcycle accident on july 12th 2009. i know your thinking wow thats only a month apart i couldnt imagine. please for your own sake dont even try. its been hard. im only 22 and its not supposed to be this way. we had our whole life planned out and after… Continue

Comment Wall (3 comments)

You need to be a member of LegacyConnect to add comments!

Join LegacyConnect

At 9:44pm on August 17, 2009, Susan said…
Dear Deidre
I wish I could take away your pain, grief, lonliness, confusion, (perhaps anger) numbness, but I know I can't. I wish I could fix the agony you are enduring at this very moment of time (but I know I can't). But this one thing I believe with all my heart that we have a Father very near to us who wants you to lean your weary heart upon his breast. He promises to place every tear of ours into his tear bottle and promises to carry us when we no longer have the strength to walk or carry ourself. The poem FootPrints in the Sand is about a person who no longer has strength to carry on........it is then the Father in his great mercy and love reaches down and places his everlasting arms around them and picks him/her up and carries them thru their journey of grief. There is a force & strength so much greater than ourselves. As I close I lift your name in prayer at this moment asking our Father to please breath his love and grace into your life and give you strength and grace to place one foot in front of the other and reach out of your pain and to heal your heart and soul.

He will always be with you and never let you go if you ask and believe.

In His Love.........Susan
At 11:57am on August 5, 2009, Danielle L. Moore said…
Oh sweetie If I could hug you I would. My prayers are so with you. There are no words the may seem right just cry, pray and Thank God that you did have a chance to experience the beauty of Love. That love will alway have a place in you heart forever. Write me any time to vent, talk, or cry.
At 12:42pm on July 25, 2009, Deidre Couch said…

 
 
 

Latest Conversations

Community Guidelines

Please be respectful of others. For more information, read our Community Guidelines.

Follow Legacy

© 2019   Created by Legacy.com.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service