Kim
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At 12:54pm on July 19, 2012, Anna May said…

I will listen anytime you need to talk - night or day - you can contact me here or at support@grief-and-comfort.com. I started the website because so many people join but never talk. It crossed my mind that maybe they need someone to talk to but do not want their words to be so public - so this site is email based and nothing will be posted publicly. Also I have a very strong faith in the Bible and God's promises. I love to share the scriptures which give us hope to see our loved ones again. Please let me know if I can share the scriptures with you or answer any of your questions.

It has been said that talking is the best therapy and if you feel like talking please contact me. Talking really helped me...

Your friend,

Brenda

support@grief-and-comfort.com

At 1:37pm on April 9, 2012, Kim Hopkins said…

Dear Kim,

I just read your comment (and cried the whole time) and wanted to tell you that you are not alone. My Dad also died suddenly of a Massive Heart Attack and I still cant believe it to this day! He was taken from us on 8/28/2011. I wish for just one more day, one more dance, one more conversation, one more kiss, one more I Love You. It was so sudden and he was a young 62, still going strong. I often wonder if I had been there, could I have saved him. I know I would have died myself, trying, if given the chance. He sounded a lot like your Dad--quiet and strong, not proud or boastful, but had such a loving giving heart, especially to me and my mom--we were his girls. I still remember the day as well. My mom called and I could hear in her voice that something was terribly wrong, but she asked to speak with my husband first--I guess she couldn't bear to hear me scream--you see, I'm a Daddy's girl and have always been so attached to both of my parents--almost to a fault. I live in another state, so the pain was unbearable not to be there. My husband--God bless him, got me on the first flight out in the morning...I still don't know how I made it, both figuratively and literally, but I have, through the grace of God, I have.  I know the feeling of part of you dyeing with him. I often say to people that the little girl in me died that day as well, even at 38 years old. I don't have kids, but I have the best husband ever,but nothing will compare to the love that my Dad gave to me...it is a void that will never be filled until I see him again. I hope and pray that you will have some peace in your heart and that joy comes to you again...I know both of our Dads would want that. Take care-

 
 
 

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