Nadine Furman
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At 9:49pm on November 11, 2010, Donna Asman said…
Nadine I am so very sorry for your loss. I just passed the one year mark (Sept. 6,2009) of my beautiful daughters passing. I look back and realize that I was pretty much in a fog for the first year. Just know we are here for you. God bless you and your family.
Donna
At 10:21pm on November 8, 2010, Cathy Pearly said…
Thank you Nadine. I appreciate your thoughts. I am beginning to wonder if our prayers for a sign that he is okay are being answered by the fact that I am not having any thoughts that he is suffering in any way..maybe no news is the answer. There is nothing for us to fear??? But it would be nice to see or feel, or just KNOW that they are okay. Faith...that is a lot to ask, but it is really all we have.
At 10:21pm on November 8, 2010, Cathy Pearly said…
Thank you Nadine. I appreciate your thoughts. I am beginning to wonder if our prayers for a sign that he is okay are being answered by the fact that I am not having any thoughts that he is suffering in any way..maybe no news is the answer. There is nothing for us to fear??? But it would be nice to see or feel, or just KNOW that they are okay. Faith...that is a lot to ask, but it is really all we have.
At 4:57pm on October 7, 2010, Martha Carrera Infante said…
I am so sorry Nadine. Indeed, it's the ugliest experience that any parent can go thru. Please know that you are not alone in this journey. I too lost my beautiful son and best friend "OSCAR" aka: Tico. He had struggle with brain cancer for 7.5 years and though I knew the day was going to arrive sometime, I still was not ready to say goodby to my son and dearest friend. Yet, God granted me the strength to have to tell him in his last moments of life that him and I had always spoke truth to one another, therefore, he knew I did not like to see him suffering like trying to catch his breath and breathing so, so hard. I told him to please release himself to Jesus who was already waiting for him. To please sleep in peace and to please stretch out his hand to his Savior that wanted to take him in His loving arms. Thank to God I had the strength to sing many hymns of inspiration and hope. Songs that we had sang when him and his sister were little and in church too. It's been 22 mos. I don't see his smiling face and I miss him terribly. There are days that are more difficult than others. But, yes, I understand your questions as to why things had to be the way they turned out to be. My son was a teacher ready to start his student teaching that fall, yet, he suffered a cerebral hemorrhage after his 4th invasive surgery and started down hill from there. Yet, he fought the disease with all his might and strength. Always with God by his side. I am so proud of my young man, but I miss him. I miss him. I'll always miss him. Yes, my whole perspective in life has changed but I continue on because he taught me how to live life in the face of adversities. His legacy helps me to continue on and trusting that in God I can do all things. Blessings to you always. It's going to get easier, take your time grieving and you'll eventually see what I mean. Take care!!! God blessings to you and your dear family.
At 12:06pm on October 7, 2010, Lisa Hobrook said…
Glad to be your friend.
At 12:06pm on October 7, 2010, Lisa Hobrook said…
Glad to be your friend.
At 11:18am on October 7, 2010, Lisa Hobrook said…
Hi Nadine,

Your comment reached out to my shattered heart. I am so sorry for the loss of your wonderful son. He was yours and that says it all.

I too don't know how to live the rest of my life without my boy. Chad was 18 years old, and the love of my life, when he too died immediately at the scene of a car accident.

So many whys? No drinking, drugs, speeding; possible distraction with his girl friend of four months. She survivied but don't think she will ever tell us what happened.

I love that boy so much. He had so much he wanted to do and see. He wanted to be a husband and dad some day. We will never meet that young lady or hold those precious children. More importantly, neither will Chad.

You can read about my son or see videos about him at www.chadarthurholbrook.com.
I would love to hear more about your treasured boy; and again I am so sorry that you are living this nightmare.

I lost Chad September 4, 2009.

Lisa
 
 
 

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