I'm watching Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith on SpikeTv. Only six years ago, I went to Neshaminty AMC at 9:00 AM to get tickets to take Timmy for the 6:00 PM show, which was the earliest that wasn't sold out.
His eyes lit up when we pulled up to the mall and I held up the tickets for his mother, him, and me after I teased him it might be tough to catch a show on opening night, May…
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rest in peace uncle ronnie you will be missedContinue
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Just 6 days ago, I was finally able to finish everything in order to bring home my personal urn of daddy's ashes. Now both mama's & daddy's li' urns sit together on the fireplace mantel of the home they both loved. It seems so right for the two of them to be up there sitting together watching their family, whom they both loved very much.... Now I just want to find a really fancy tray to beable to disply them on instead of this lil' funky one. LOL... Although, they both would…Continue
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I was raised in a family where military service was praised and celebrated as part of our history. My maternal grandfather, a general practice physician, served in the South Pacific during World War II and my father spent several tours in the Navy, one during the…Continue
Added by Michelle Rusk (Linn-Gust) on May 28, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Missing you so very much and wish you could share this day with her. I know you are there with her. She is performing tonight at the mayor's gala and she'll make you proud. I bought her a daimond angel wing necklace from you . I knew it was your taste :0)
Brett you are such a big part of her world she is so proud to call you her brother. As I know you are proud to call her sister.
Miss you so very very much hun
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When my son Timothy was about 18 months old, his mother took him to Steffen’s Pet Shop to see the puppies. All Timmy wanted since learning how to crawl was a dog. His grand-mothers each had a dog. A few of his cousins had one. So Gi took him and put him in the puppy pen at the rear of the store. There a…Continue
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I lost my husband January 2008 under tragic circumstances . We were both widowed and had known each other years ago . WE reconnected after 50 years of being apart . We were only married 14 months when he died of cancer . He was diagnosed on our anniversary Nov 11th 2007 and died Jan 5th 2008 .I console myself somewhat by reasoning that because he went quickly he didnt have time for prolonged suffering but im still angry at the powers that be for taking him away from me . Additionally to…Continue
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Early this morning on my run-walk with my dog Chaco, I asked that I not miss any signs that my deceased loved ones are with me in my daily life. After taking Chaco home, I went back out with Nestle and Hattie (mornings are a succession of all four dogs getting their run-walks after my run without them) and as we were running along, my thoughts completely elsewhere by that time, I happened to look ahead and saw that I was about to step on a butterfly. I stopped short and managed to miss the…Continue
Some people call it rest, some call it taking a five or ten, some even call it taking a nap, but when the rubber hits the road it’s really a quiet moment with you. Such a moment allows your body to get some comfort time.
Okay, you say it was God who blessed you with the working ability, but your struggle is taking a moment for you. If that’s the case with you, here are some helpful hints.
1: Never let someone else be the one to say when for…Continue
Added by Carl Mathis on May 25, 2011 at 8:54pm — No Comments
I guess I'm stuck in a time warp because it has been 8 calendar months since the best man I have ever known died suddenly from a work related "accident." That should be long enough for me to realize I won't be seeing him walk through the door ever again. He won't be needing any of his things that have been left untouched since the morning of August 26, 2010. Regardless, my soul longs to be with him and waits impatiently for the moment we can embrace once again. My hearts grows more weak with…Continue
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On Memorial Day, as we honor brave men and women who have served their country, we also remember the families left to grieve.
On Legacy.com and LegacyConnect, we are featuring tributes to armed forces veterans. And, as always, you'll also find resources to help you cope with the…Continue
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Ryan Means had dreamed of joining the Army since the age of six, but it was not until his childhood playmate and best buddy Adam White was killed in the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers that he was mobilized into action. The despair of riding his bike around New York City, posting flyers, checking in with hospitals, and, finally, accepting that Adam was dead were…Continue
Another Holiday without your Laughing eyes and the tilt of your head as you laugh out loud. Your eyes dancing and your warmth filling the room. I miss you so very much and it just seems to get harder not easier. Last week I spent in the hospital with pneumonia and as the ambulance was taking me there they asked who to call......I didn't know what to say you weren't there for me to call. So they called Jessie and she did the same thing I did she reached for you......We couldn't…Continue
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