Dear Larry - I can not think of a better way to start my day than making a friend. Thank you for sending some sunshine my way. I truly hope you are coping as I 100% understand. Unfortunately we are part of a club no one ever wants admittance to. I send prayers your way.
DEAREST LARRY, YOUR A WONDERFUL PERSON AND MY HEART GOES OUT TO YOUR MOM, YOU LOVE YOUR KIDS THEY ARE YOUR LIFE AND TOO MISS HIS GRADUATION THAT IS SUCH A DAY TO BE PROUD OF THEDAY YOU WAIT FOR. BUT YOU ARE DOING THE RIGHT THING YOU LOVE THE KIDS YOU BE THERE FOR THEM YOU HAVE HAD TO BE BY YOURSELF WITHOUT THE HUGS STILL LOVE YOR MOM BUT SHOW HER WHAT A GREAT PERSON YOU ARE WHAT A BLESSING, YOU HANG IN THERE AS HARD AS IT IS,I MISS MY SON SO MUCH HE WAS MY BUDDY AND THAT WANT BE TAKEN AWAY HE WAS 31 HUGGER LOVER MY BABY YOU JUST KEEP GOING DAY AT A TIME AND IHOPE AND PRAY YOUR MOM COMES AROUND AND SEES WHAT SHE IS MISSING. JUSTNS MOM FOREVER ALWAYS PAM
Dear Larry, Thank you. Your letter was so descriptive I can imagine the two of you laughing and hanging out together. And the huge hole that is there now for you Larry. I know that hole. My brother Alex was a great guy. He looked like Jesus with his long hair and beard. He loved animals and kids and was a true woodsman. He was my only sibling and my "big" brother. Seven years younger but 6 inches taller. After almost three years I still can't believe he's really gone. I can't accept it. I am crying right now because I'm just so incredibly sad. I am also grateful I had the time with him that I did. But the hurt is always just below the surface. I find one of the only things that helps is talking to the only people who truly know how I feel. Because how can you explain it to anyone else? I am always am email or post away if you ever need to vent or talk or whatever. I really know how you feel and wish none of us knew what we know. Sending some peace to your heart. And thanks again for your kind words. Effie