Once the 14th came, i had a complete breakdown..cried,cried,cried...and i mean i couldnt stop...now i find myself like this all the time...he has so many friends.over 600 people came to the wake...his friends all stop by...they call me 'momma J'...i dont think i can continue at this time to work...i have 2 other children.my daughter turned 16 a month after he passed.he passed on march 14, and my little son turned 12 on march 18...we had to wait to wake him because i couldnt do that to him...it was horrible..i feel like my husband just wants me to get over it.i consume myself in his memory.i think he is jealous...my son and i were and are very close...even in death...should i allow myself some time...to quiety reflect..he is the only thing i care to think about.his 21st bday is dec 8th...should i have a party..my kids want too...hubby thinks we r nuts!!
thanks and god bless,

ann

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Comment by Teresa on December 7, 2010 at 1:31pm
Ann I am so sorry for your loss. I understand the feelings that you are going through. I lost my daughter 2 weeks shy of her 2 birthday. I can see just by your pictures the closeness in which you shared. He is very handsome. Even though I had 4 children, Ashley and I had a special bond that no one could take away and honestly don't think they could even now with her gone. If you ever want to talk, please feel free to contact me.
Comment by donna smith on November 1, 2010 at 11:51am
Hi ann I just lost my daughter on june25th , I do no what you are going thru, I just wanted to tell you I live a couple miles from you, and if you ever want to talk i will be there for you. God Bless You Donna
Comment by ann on November 1, 2010 at 1:02am
thanks tami..he is so handsome...perfect in everyway...
Comment by Tami on October 31, 2010 at 8:39pm
Ann, I also Had a really good picture of my son and printed a bunch of copies, wallet sized, I lamenated them and gave them to his friends to either put in their wallets or on their dashboards in their cars so that he would always be with them, they loved the idea.

What a handsome son you have, and nothing like a kiss from our boys.
Comment by ann on October 31, 2010 at 7:04pm
what i would give for a kiss from my son!!!!
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Comment by ann on October 31, 2010 at 7:02pm
my sons 21st bday is on dec 8th,i will be having a "celebration of life" event. a legacy,remembering a true,dear soul.he would like the idea and my kids are onboard.my husband...not so much....if i had 600 people at his wake, i am terrified to know how many people are coming to my house..lol. they must bring a scroll with a thought and a memory they have of J.not allowed in without it.any ideas on what else to do. i thought at the end we would all light a candle and sing happy bday...i am sad over halloween and thanksgiving coming that im not sure i know what im eve geting into. but it will HAPPEN...details are what i need input on...thanks for being here for me to vent...so tragic that the pain brings me to my knees..love to all.

momma j
Comment by Tami on October 16, 2010 at 10:11am
Hi Ann, I had a nice BBQ on my sons 19th Birthday, It was a celebration of his life, it was on Nov. 2, just went to a park and about 50 people showed up, the weather was good so it worked out, it was 5 months after his passing. It wasnt a somber party, it was really good. Im sure some people think its CRAZY but I DONT care! LOL I had a cake and balloons and hot dogs and chips, soda, it was more of a gathering of his friends and family to let him know that we have not forgotten him. love to you...

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