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To Robby, Love Sis

Posted on August 10, 2010 at 9:30pm 0 Comments


Its been 10 long months, and I still cry at the drop of a hat. I don't think I will ever be able to go inside of a Toys R Us again. I have gotten better about it all though. I can talk about you without crying...sometimes. I really needed you on Saturday. But I made it. One day at a time. Just keep moving. I have taken on so much work and volunteering that no one knows how I manage. I still can't sleep without dreaming something terrible. Last night, dad killed himself…


6 months without you

Posted on April 6, 2010 at 7:36am 1 Comment

Yesterday was 6 months since I've seen you. Your 20th birthday is in a few short days. I wish you were here. Dad misses you so much, he still can't function correctly. Everyone is going to get together for a soccer game in your memory, all of your friends, and we even invited Kay, because that's how you would want it. I've been so upside down without you. It seems like its only gotten worse the closer we get to your birthday. Alec even misses you; in his 2 year old mind, you just haven't… Continue

Sweet memories

Posted on February 15, 2010 at 2:46pm 0 Comments

I was out on a "Girls Weekend" this past weekend, and during the shopping I couldn't help but think about Robby. I replayed one of my favorite memories... he hugged me and we leaned on my car in his front yard and he told me "Want to know one of the reasons I love you so much?" and of course I said yes, and he went on to say, "Because you are you, and you don't care if anyone doesn't like that. I've always tried to be like you because you just don't care what people think. And I think that is… Continue


Posted on February 8, 2010 at 5:30pm 1 Comment

Robby wasn't just my brother, he was my best friend. We watched Family Guy together all the time and he loved honey mustard a little too much...I dubbed him the Honey Mustard Monster. He would put it on anything and everything, pizza, hamburgers and even cereal... He was a smart and funny guy, who was self motivated. He loved soccer, and Cross country running...anything that he could do to be around people. Its crazy when you can tell your little brother anything and know its not going… Continue

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At 12:54pm on October 30, 2010, Christine J said…
Thanks for caring Jessica and your support.
At 3:03pm on October 19, 2010, Christine J said…
Hi Jessica...Thanks so much for sharing your loss with me today. Your brother was so young. My brother and I were also 2 years apart, he being older of course (I always kidded him about that). The comment you made about breathing is just how I have felt. Sometimes its hard to even take a breath. We had always joked about getting old together. Having rockers side by side. It's just so hard to imagine that he won't be around. He was a wonderful man with a great sense of humor. People couldn't help but love him. I know that he'll be with me always and I'll love and miss him the rest of my life. I wish you peace.
At 2:04pm on August 13, 2010, Carrie L said…
Hi Jessica I am sorry for your loss. Your brother sounds like a cutie. My son sure was one of a kind. his death is so surreal like a horrible nightmare. but this is life and he is gone i will never see his kids. or fufill any of his dreams i thought i had time a long time i was so so wrong it hurts so bad that i was so wrong. i am tired of being wrong in life... i will love him forever and want him forever and try to do something he would like. carrie L

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