Cindy Veatch
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At 10:10am on March 29, 2011, Stewart said…

Greetings to you Cindy,

I was online today and as I like to look at my page just to remind myself of the people that I have had contact with and how things are going I would Just like to send you a little message to see how you are doing today and how you are getting on with your life without loved ones, I still think it is difficult at times when you would let your loved ones know how you have been doing or how well things are or indeed how bad things are. We are a year around the corner but true enough I think it was only the other day and still think of my parents and what they are doing and my next visit. truly the next visit is still to come but in all honesty were is the next visit to be there is no place to go to as they are no longer there. So I am not looking forword to the next visit as there will never be a next visit till the end. But anyway I was here to see how you were doing and hows things are going for you.

At 10:10am on March 29, 2011, Stewart said…

Greetings to you Cindy,

I was online today and as I like to look at my page just to remind myself of the people that I have had contact with and how things are going I would Just like to send you a little message to see how you are doing today and how you are getting on with your life without loved ones, I still think it is difficult at times when you would let your loved ones know how you have been doing or how well things are or indeed how bad things are. We are a year around the corner but true enough I think it was only the other day and still think of my parents and what they are doing and my next visit. truly the next visit is still to come but in all honesty were is the next visit to be there is no place to go to as they are no longer there. So I am not looking forword to the next visit as there will never be a next visit till the end. But anyway I was here to see how you were doing and hows things are going for you.

At 4:15pm on July 26, 2010, Stewart said…
Cindy, Hello As I was reading your post I was drawn to the fact that there were so many facts that ring true to me and my family the only slight difference is my dad was first to go then my mum, and then a series of other family members shortly after that has passed. I too am the youngest in my family of five, and the hurt that I feel is quite a unbearable feeling of loss and anger and why god why. the anger that I vented onto others in the fact that they are still here but my parents are no longer here was quite overwhelming even for me being such a happy disposition, The grief that you feel is something that you can never really put into words so that others can relate too. But truly you can never really relate unless you are in the same position. And as you say the tough times before the passing is something that will dwindle and the good times will prevail. When I like to think of them I like to put music on that relates to them something that they would have liked to here and then I think of the good times we had because really I would not change anything, Maybe I would Have been more aware of what we had and made more of a effort to make them aware that it was the best of times and even if it was not on the odd occasion the best of times it was still a loving caring and growing experience.
At 6:43am on July 25, 2010, Karen said…
Karen here again, as per your 2nd paragraph the same thing is happening to me - maybe because he was 94, but everyone seems to have forgotten him! And nobody REALLY wants to be around mom for too long! She repeats herself sometimes, asks the same questions, I'm guilty of that too. But I don't WANT people to forget!!!!!! It's like my parents never existed!!!!!!! Just rememberd to send a card to my parents' former neighbors in NJ to let them know he died! Geez, what's this world coming to when we don't care about people?!!! Thanks for listening. Oh we've been to the cemetery many times since Dad died, myself alone & sometimes with Mom - Father's Day &their anniversary in July would've been married 58 yrs!
At 6:38am on July 25, 2010, Karen said…
Hi Cindy, I am so very sorry for the loss of both your beloved parents.
I lost my beloved Dad in Nov '09 at age 94 I know that's "up there" (age-wise) but I adored him & miss him terribly! I'm their only child. Well, mom & I are getting through the first year. We're ok. I'm seeing a Hospice student grief counselor & although he's helped, I'm switching to a female which may be better - plus she's he's supervisor! At first I was apprehensive about seeing him, but figured it's ok. She has more experience & is just different in her tone, manner, etc. Our first apt is Aug 2 & I am looking forward to talking to her. Because we're women so she may understand better! Anyway, I'm also looking out for my 91 y.o. mom who still lives in her home. No dementia, no horrible physical problems, just old age, right NOW, that is.

Karen
At 7:29am on March 9, 2010, Cindy Veatch said…
its been very challenging lately...lost mom first...2/11/03; she had become my very bestest friend.......dad helped me thur loosing her; actually was the only one; that cared enough to come and find me; that morning after she passed; thats when i got him back in my life; you see they divorced when i was 10 and now; im dealing w him being gone; he passed this summer..7/18/10; never have i felt so alone in all my life...have 3 children; which 2 or grown and out of the house; and one left; the bonus baby..abby; who's 10; no one talks about him; ever...

its like he is forgotten; have no grave to go visit; and well; i was fortunate enough; to be the one..the youngest of 5 children; to take care of both of them and while; i wouldnt trade that for all the tea in china; i would give up anything; i have to visit; see either of them; for just even a short visit; get a hug...not sure; why; life has to be so hard..and i already know to well; that life itsnt fair; and; you take what you get dealt; and make the best of it..havent slept well; in i dont know how long; and crying; well; i hide my tears; because; they arent allowed; or acceptable to society in any terms...so; ill just right here; and maybe someone will read it; and not feel; like what they are going through; itsnt strange; that it is normal...and that it will get better;right; right; to all those; that have felt that pain and endured it; all i can say; is try; too remember them doing something fun with you....when; one is dealing w all this sadness; i think; of times; when dad and i were out and about; and we would purposely; try to embarass one or the other in public; that would make me laugh; right..smile; today is another blessing from up above; mom; dad; i luv and miss you...your sissy daughter cindy
 
 
 

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