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To My Sweet, Precious Son..Scott

My Son was killed by a drunk driver on December 7,2009. I never got to tell him good-bye or that I loved him one last time. The pain is so great I do not know if I can feels as if my heart is broke. I have 2 other sons and it is hard for me to help them. If only this time will past...I have to go on for them. I love you Scott and will miss you forever. F

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At 7:31pm on April 21, 2010, Fran said…
I am missing you so much I cannot hardly stand it. MOM
At 7:26am on March 22, 2010, Fran said…
The pain is still so great...I do have a few good moments....but still miss you so much. If I could only hold you one more time. Love you so much and I wish I told you more.
At 9:58am on February 11, 2010, Jacquelyn said…
Dear Fran:
It's ok to cry, it's ok to be angry, it's ok to want to scream and yell... you don't need permission from anyone to do that. Never, ever let anyone tell you "it's time to get on with your life" for you are the only one that knows when it's time to do so.

I've even raised my fist to God, demanding to know why He took my son from me, and I was gently reminded that He, too, lost a Son. His Son was taken before a judge, sentenced, beaten, and executed for "crimes" he did not commit -- leaving His mother behind as well.

An important thing to remember is that our children whom have passed on, have fathers and probably siblings who don't know how to grieve or express themselves. They probably feel uncomfortable about doing so, but we as mothers need to talk about the "missing one." When I remember something that Billy said or did, I'll smile and start with something like, "Remember when..." and that usually gets my family involved.

I hope these simple words helps you, Fran, or anyone else that happens to read them. May God be with us all and grant us peace.
At 12:27pm on January 26, 2010, Fran said…
I feel so overwhelmed today, so sad. It has been 7 weeks since the accident. The court postponed the grand jury indictment again. Scott I love you and miss you. Please give me a sign you are ok. Love, Mom
At 8:45am on January 24, 2010, Lisa Hobrook said…
Thinking of Scott, today, on his birthday (and thinking of you as well) !!!
At 9:13am on January 16, 2010, Gerry Fiden said…
Dear Fran,

I too lost my son, and only child, to a drunk driver. Ric was killed on Sept. 8th 2009, so like you, my pain is very fresh. The emotions you will go through are like waves, don't fight them just go with them. There are times you will want to scream for such a senceless way for your son to die. Do it, do what feels right at the moment. I became active with MADD and am in contact with the victims advocate in FL. where my sons life was taken, it may help you to talk with an advocate if you havn't already. Becoming involved with changing the DWI Laws has helped me to feel as though I am doing something in my sons memory, perhaps when you are ready this may be of help to you also. If you need to talk please e-mail me on my page. May you find some peace, Gerry
At 9:22pm on January 9, 2010, Gregorysmom said…
Hello Fran my name is Pam . Sweetie I am so sorry for your loss . My son Gregory Died on DEC. 2 2009 . Trust in the Lord and lean on him . You and your family will b in my prayers
At 8:20pm on January 9, 2010, Kathy Mook said…
Fran, I'm so sorry for the loss of your Scott. I'm also sorry that it happened on a day that is supposed to be happy. I have 4 sons. 2 in heaven and 2 here with me. I also have a daughter. They are are adults but they and my granddaughter all live with us. Are your children young or adult? In my own personal experience, having lost two sons, I don't think we ever recover in the sense that everything is better. We just learn to live without them here because they would have wanted us to. I'll be praying for you and your other children. Hugs of Hope, Kathy

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