Hi Elaine I am so sorry that I have not keep in touch with everyone but as you well know that fog we remain in is hard to get out of.I see that all of us still and will never will be able to move on without our babies.You take care and I will drop in every once in a while. Hugs and prayers.
dearest elaine there are no words of comfort but my heart feels your pain my son was a paramedic was killed in a motorcycle accident. Week before he left me he called and said mom i just delivered a baby was so thrilled, i ran away from here cause i couldent deal with seeing his paramedic truck well i found out you cant run and hide, oh it hurts when i see his truck but i feel they have a silent partner with them. Elaine its been 4 years and its gotten harder but what is helpful is reading the great loss all of us have.Take care elaine iam so sorry nan
Hi Elaine. My name is Thomasine. While I haven't lost a child, I have loss my father, my brother, my mother-in-law, who was my dear friend. I really miss them. Some days when I think of them, I can laugh at something we might have said or enjoyed together. Other days, it's all I can do to keep tears of sadness away because I miss them so much. I read somewhere that time takes away the pain. I beg to differ. Time can teach us to cope and sometimes that's the best we can do. However, I wanted this correspondence to be upbeat, so I'll say good bye for now. But know that I will keep you [all of you] in my prayers and pray that God grant you comfort and peace.
Our stories are very similiar. I lost an infant in 1976-she only lived 4 hours. I lost my 30 years old in 2008 and it was much harder to deal with because we built a relationship in the 30 years and were so much alike. It hurts a million times more for me. I miss her every minute of everyday. It is bad enough we had to experience it the first time but to lose two children is beyond limits we should have to endure. If you ever need to chat, let me know..Connie C.
Elaine, my husband died from aml Leukemia. I miss him very much. I still pray each and evry day for God to give me strength and to have peace of mind just to make it through the day. Talking to God works I know it done.
Oh, my mother died a week before my husband did
she was fight Cancer also. Don't stop talking to God.
This is strange but we have so much in common. I was reading one of your blogs to Kristie and realized you were reading my mind and my feelings. I lost my Chris at 25 to a long battle with leukemia. He was taken on 12-5-09 a day I will never forget. I relive that day so much some of it is just a blurr and other parts of it is so real I relive it everyday. Just wanted to let you know that. Don't know why just wanted to let you know you are not alone. I know you have God in your life and so do I. I know he is carring me right now because I can't walk without him. Pray for me and I'll pray for you.