Vera I am so sad to hear about the multiples tragedies that you are going through. It is way way too much for any one person to handle. I am glad to hear that you are seeing a doctor. I hope they are able to help. Take care. Take care of yourself.
Thanks Vera for your comment to me. I will stay encouraged. It just really really bugs me when some of these people on here get on their regligious pedestal and go off. I was raised Roman Catholic but am struggled at the moment with my faith. For a long time I was really mad, now I am not as mad but just question "why"..... if there was anyway I could trade me for my son I would do it in a second for his girls but it is not meant to be.
I just get comfort from these different discussion we have in this website and I have to get my opinion in there and so they will hopefully leave that discussion.
Thanks for your support .....I will keep posting.
And I am very very sorry for the loss you have had in your family.
I'm glad to hear that you seem to be doing ok. I'm sorry to hear about your husband's death. I think if I had to chose how I was going to die that I would like to just go to sleep and wake up in the presence of the Lord. When people ask how many children I have, I tell them 5. 3 living and two are my deposits in heaven. I think some chose not to include the ones they lost because it's too painful to explain what happened to them. For me, it's just another opportunity for me to express my love and pride in them and the hope of my reunion with them one day. Keep in touch. Blessings,Kathy
I'm so sorry about your Johnny. I had a dear friend several yrs ago whose son was murdered when he was 18 by(so called) friends who had been to their home several times. It's hard enough to lose a child without it being an intentional act. The fear, the trial, the intense pain. I remember my friend telling me that the judge told her she wasn't allowed to cry at the trial. It makes me ill to think of how easily people can end a life and destroy a family. I will be praying for you and your family. Hugs, Kathy