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Posted on January 6, 2010 at 2:51pm 0 Comments

Mark is in so much pain. I hope he reads my blog because this site and the twinless.org site is very helpful as we try to heal and more on through our grief.

Be with you again/song by Kevin

Posted on November 10, 2009 at 11:16am 0 Comments

I just listened to a beautiful song by Kevin who lost his father to cancer. I'm not sure where it is since I am still new here. It said it all for my son, Aaron and for my Dad, who both, died from cancer. I think it is posted on illness where it says cancer. Grateful for the song, today! Thank you, Kevin

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At 5:05pm on March 30, 2010, Lois Ann said…
Well, I have made it two weeks in the grief support group. We talked about feelings last week and she called it the tasks of grief but I still call it the stages. As the Easter holiday approches, I want to have hope as I think of Jesus dying so we may live. my son has a heavenly home now. I feel so depressed these days!
At 12:23pm on March 6, 2010, Lois Ann said…
Grief seminar where I live for the next 6 weeks so will join and after the 6 month anniversary of Aaron's death I will rejoin Legacy. Grateful for the love and support here and from my family and friends.
At 2:53pm on January 6, 2010, Lois Ann said…
twinless.org. for Mark. I can't even imagine how it must feel to lose your identical twin brother. My grief is unbearable in losing my son!
At 11:38am on December 15, 2009, Lois Ann said…
Problems with getting into all my e-mails or sending stuff even here. That's strange so if no one hears from me for awhile. I'll try to e-mail again in 2010. Happy Holidays everyone. I'll just be the Grinch until my grief passes.
At 11:43am on December 12, 2009, Lois Ann said…
i went to a grief seminar and I am thinking I am stuck in Survivor guilt and depression. New facts it could take up to 4 years they say to work through ones grief. Good grief eh! I'm am already having a rough time surviving Dec. Just imagine what it's going to be like on Christmas Day. The twins birthday too! Probably won't be posting much until 2010. May the holidays be a blessing to each and everyone.
At 1:31pm on December 5, 2009, Lois Ann said…
Sometimes, I can't figure out where to post so will just post I am reading a good book by Richard Paul Evans. He's written alot. The Christmas Box is probably his most popular. Never read it yet, but am reading The Quotable Evans now and I really like it. I will post some of his statements about grief. He said to pass his writings on. Hope it's okay to do it this way.

"What prudery so ritualizes my grief as to press my letters with black sealing wax" David Parkin Diary, December 31,1913 This was written in the book that he had written titled Timepeice about the loss of their little girl... he and Mary Anne
At 4:44pm on November 24, 2009, Lois Ann said…
Happy Thanksgiving everyone. It's hard during the holidays and I'm sure I will have a harder time because of Aaron and Mark's birthday on Christmas Day, too. I feel for Mark no longer having his brother to celebrate with. Very grateful for the article about managing the holidays on Legarcy.
At 10:50pm on November 21, 2009, Arlene Boggess said…
Thank you for the nice words. Bt have you noticed the top of my head is missing in the picture. So you see I really don't know that much about computers, just how to hook them up.
At 10:43pm on November 21, 2009, Arlene Boggess said…
Lois, I've heard it's much worse losing a child than a husband. I know it's bad losing a husband. Most of the time I feel like I don't belong anywhere. I guess I will always feel lost. Thank you for the articles you sent about Aaron's memorial service.

I will gladly go with you and Mark to the cemetery.

I will keep praying for you.
At 1:18pm on November 21, 2009, Lois Ann said…
Tried to put up a picture of Aaron from a minister in India that he supported but I keep messing up and can't get it on. It was a good picture but funny. He has Scottish hertiage and he was dressed like a Scotsman. I loved his smile though and glad he has a legacy with Irish, Scottish blood. Oh yes, and Indian (American) blood too!
 
 
 

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