Hi Ruby,the years do fly by as I know they are sometimes hard to go through as it has been four years for me the tears still fall as if it were yesterday,I know the love you & Laurie shared keeps you grounded but the heart stills longs for the touch and that's the painful thing at times,for the first three years time had stopped I could not remember anything I was stuck in 2006 when Kisha complained of a headache and less than 30 minutes she had collasped never to awake again on this side but she did awake on the other side in the bosom of the Lord as Laurie is as they were only loaned to us for a time and we now know that time is very short because they didn't stay long but what a impression they made while they were here,Kisha loved life and lived it with a smile on her face as she wrote poems of the love and how much she loved all of us,so Ruby this is a great day as we continue on we love on as I hope to share the love that my child had to others as I pray that our love brightens your day as Laurie would have it for you ,may you & your family be blessed each day you live and the love of God bless your soul as you look up .
Hi Ruby,I have not spoken with you for a while I would love to know how you're doing,as I know this can be a tough road to travel so jot me a line and I pray I can lift your spirit and bring a sigh of joy into your day for God has not left you and the days may seem gloomy at times but the narrow road we travel has a lot of gloomy faces so don;t be in despair for your day has many joys if you'll take the key and open the door.Many Blessings to you & your family!Amen
Rev James Duran, you and Kisha will forever be in my Heart.....My daughter really, really, really, loved me too. her last words to me were " Mom hold my hand" right before Dr V, gave her that fatal injection of Ativan....thoes words are forever be in my heart and in my mind....I have recovered somewhat from the horrific loss, only because I know that she would want me to be Happy...Knowing that each precious day on this earth brings me one day closer to seeing Jesus Christ , her and my mom and dad ...My Hope is in Jesus...Something tells me your Hope is too...Love and Blessings....Ruby Stone Ellard
Hi Ruby,yes I lost my daughter KIsha in 2006 she was 23 yrs.old and the love of my life we were very close as the last words she said to me were daddy I love you and I said I know Kisha and she said but daddy I really really love you and I said I know you do Kiisha and she said but no daddy I really,really, really love you.those word resonate through my spirit every day and I think of them at least once a day.Taht alone keeps my heart at peace.Be Blessed Ruby!!!
Hi Ruby, My son's Grandmother's name is Ruby. She raised Jon from the time he was 7 1/2. She did what I knew I would be unable to do being newly divorced at the time and having to enter the work force. He never could have handled all the moves and instability that my life has been in the past 31yrs. I checked in to the Compassionate Friends but the only groups here that I saw were in Payson on a weeknight which is too far away and one for sibblings. I tried once to enter the chat room but it was too overwhelming trying to answer people and keep typing while I read. I'm glad the poem touched you. I knew it would touch someone here. Blessings,Kathy