THIS WAS THE LAST TIME WE DID A PUMPKIN TOGETHER. WE LOVE THIS PICTURE SHOWING HOW HAPPY YOU ALWAYS WERE. LOVE AND MISS YOU DEARLY. MOM, DAD, AND FAMILY. KEEP WATCHING OVER. XXXXXOOOOO

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Comment by JOYCE MASHER, 4 Amy 5158791808 on October 26, 2010 at 10:08pm
I love the blanket/quilt of your son. I have a patch work quilt that my daughter made. What a wonderful looking boy.
As for the police scanner, that would have been hard to deal with. I remember, the year my daughter was born, 87, a customer where I worked as a waitress, was called to an accident. He was a tow truck driver. It turned out to be his 16 or 18 yr old daughter. I remember the rumors and talk of how they had to "pull the plug". I never thought much about it then. Little did I know that 21 yrs later we would be in that same situation. Of course we called it, letting her go. We didnt have to do it, as the nurse had said, never mind, she is going. We got through calmly with family and of course we all cried. I remember some of it now and then and wish we could have changed it all. I dont know what is worse, to have seen them half alive, half breating, struggling, etc. She had slight bruising on her shoulder arm area, scrapes near her right side of her face. Her head was all bandaged up with tubes all over. and of course machines breathing for her.
I guess we all get through the funeral and I dont have too many memories of her in it. We stood to the right of the coffin, at the top of her head as people went through. over 400. I only remember all that. So, my daughter is also buried in the same cemetery as this other girl. Small world.

Thanks for noticing the cross on the wall in the photo. I see it now, lol. I have two others over our front door, one from my father in law's coffin and one from Amy's. I have coffe mugs with collages on, key chains, also a window decal too. (I love yours)I even ordered one page of real postal stamps with her picture on them. I kept two. We have key chains with digitals on. I have an apron with her picture on it. I dont wear it. I was going to cut it out and make a quilt square of it for the Compassionate Friends or organ donor quilts. Then I changed my mind. We did donate her organs to at least 7 people. I am in touch with a girl who has her right kidney. I have her all over my living room. its like a museum. I just wish she were here to see it all and say, "geesh mom, aren't you tired of seeing my face?" I would say, NO NEVER!!!
I think at times its too much, but that is all we have. So to each, I say do what makes you happy and makes you remember. If it makes you cry, I think it helps cleanse us.
Well, thank you again for the support to and from each and everyone here. HUGS
Comment by JOYCE MASHER, 4 Amy 5158791808 on October 26, 2010 at 10:08pm
I love the blanket/quilt of your son. I have a patch work quilt that my daughter made. What a wonderful looking boy.
As for the police scanner, that would have been hard to deal with. I remember, the year my daughter was born, 87, a customer where I worked as a waitress, was called to an accident. He was a tow truck driver. It turned out to be his 16 or 18 yr old daughter. I remember the rumors and talk of how they had to "pull the plug". I never thought much about it then. Little did I know that 21 yrs later we would be in that same situation. Of course we called it, letting her go. We didnt have to do it, as the nurse had said, never mind, she is going. We got through calmly with family and of course we all cried. I remember some of it now and then and wish we could have changed it all. I dont know what is worse, to have seen them half alive, half breating, struggling, etc. She had slight bruising on her shoulder arm area, scrapes near her right side of her face. Her head was all bandaged up with tubes all over. and of course machines breathing for her.
I guess we all get through the funeral and I dont have too many memories of her in it. We stood to the right of the coffin, at the top of her head as people went through. over 400. I only remember all that. So, my daughter is also buried in the same cemetery as this other girl. Small world.

Thanks for noticing the cross on the wall in the photo. I see it now, lol. I have two others over our front door, one from my father in law's coffin and one from Amy's. I have coffe mugs with collages on, key chains, also a window decal too. (I love yours)I even ordered one page of real postal stamps with her picture on them. I kept two. We have key chains with digitals on. I have an apron with her picture on it. I dont wear it. I was going to cut it out and make a quilt square of it for the Compassionate Friends or organ donor quilts. Then I changed my mind. We did donate her organs to at least 7 people. I am in touch with a girl who has her right kidney. I have her all over my living room. its like a museum. I just wish she were here to see it all and say, "geesh mom, aren't you tired of seeing my face?" I would say, NO NEVER!!!
I think at times its too much, but that is all we have. So to each, I say do what makes you happy and makes you remember. If it makes you cry, I think it helps cleanse us.
Well, thank you again for the support to and from each and everyone here. HUGS
Comment by Tami on October 26, 2010 at 4:38pm
I do see the ORBS! Everytime I take a picture around Joeys memorial or when we are doing something as a family most of the pictures have Orbs, It makes me feel that he is there with us. Her brother was supposed to be there, that is the timing, he was there to help you. It is so strange how things happen, for me, I ALWAYS listen to my police scanner as soon as the kids leave the house, it was just so I could hear if they were getting pulled over, some times I would here the cars license plate being read and I would call Joey and say "What did you do?" and he would say "nothing, why" and then I would hear the siren in the back ground and say "Never mind" and hang up...I would do it to his friends too, we always got a laugh out of it because they said "Mom knows everything!" I had the scanner on the night of his accident, but my girlfriend called from england, even when someone would call I always had one ear to the scanner, but not that night, so I was saved from hearing any of the calls to the scene.... I think that was a blessing.
I can see the cross hanging above you in the picture... another sign. She is there with you, I know it is so hard to believe now, but It is the only way to get through this, I have read so many books, talked to psychics, done my fortune, anything and everything just to have some one validate heaven for me. I have always believed in Heaven, but since my son has been gone I want proof that I will be with him again, Im sure we all feel that way. You have a beautiful family, and a beautiful Angel waiting to greet you when it is your time. Hugs to you my friend.
Comment by JOYCE MASHER, 4 Amy 5158791808 on October 26, 2010 at 3:33pm
thank you tami. so are all the other angels we talk about here. I forgot that I wanted to add this photo if I didnt already. it was taken around the time after we buried her. Her one brother whom we hadnt seen in person for a few yrs, he was in the Air Force, living in ID. He had come in for her accident on or about the 15th and she passed on the 18th. so he never did get to see her alive or conscious. Well, anyway, this photo was taken after we got through the funeral and burial. He and his wife stayed here for a few more days. Sadly, he is going thru a divorce now. But check out the orbs on his shirt!!!! I am sure most of us have heard about them since all the shows on tv about spirits. We hope it was here surrounding him with her love from above. thanks for sharing all, hugs to all. in this photo, is my mom, her gram, her brother, me, (mom) and my ex/dinlaw.

Comment by JOYCE MASHER, 4 Amy 5158791808 on October 26, 2010 at 3:33pm
thank you tami. so are all the other angels we talk about here. I forgot that I wanted to add this photo if I didnt already. it was taken around the time after we buried her. Her one brother whom we hadnt seen in person for a few yrs, he was in the Air Force, living in ID. He had come in for her accident on or about the 15th and she passed on the 18th. so he never did get to see her alive or conscious. Well, anyway, this photo was taken after we got through the funeral and burial. He and his wife stayed here for a few more days. Sadly, he is going thru a divorce now. But check out the orbs on his shirt!!!! I am sure most of us have heard about them since all the shows on tv about spirits. We hope it was here surrounding him with her love from above. thanks for sharing all, hugs to all. in this photo, is my mom, her gram, her brother, me, (mom) and my ex/dinlaw.

Comment by Tami on October 26, 2010 at 12:07pm
She is so beautiful Joyce.

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