DEAR KIM, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO GET OVER YOUR SISTERS DEATH. WHEN YOU ARE READY YOU WILL KNOW.TIME CAN BE A HEALER,JUST BELIEVE IN GOD .I TALK TO SUSAN EVERY DAY.I ASK WHY, I DONT HAVE THE ANSWER.BUT TO HAVE YOU AS A SISTER WAS THE ONE GOOD THING IN HER LIFE. ONE DAY AT A TIME. SINCERLY PENNY
I just wanted to take the time to say How truly sorry i am for your Loss...It's going on 11 months now that i lost my Jackie and i still hurt...but trust me, the pain does seem to get easier as each day passes..of course they will always be in our Hearts...God Bless you and your Family.....Jerryette
Hi Pam. I don't have any of my sisters ashes to scatter. My Brother-in-law has her altogether in her urn. I really have no place to go "be with her", you know. Her 50th birthday is coming Oct. 23rd. She just wanted to make 50, God rest her soul. I don't know how her day is going to be for me. I think I'll go somewhere in the woods to be alone. She loved the woods, as do I. I don't think what you do on her Birthday is weird at all!!
I spent my sister's birthday (the first after she passed) scattering her ashes in Lake Superior. I decided every year on her birthday to scatter her somewhere different so she can travel and see different places. Weird? Maybe, but for me it is cathartic and makes me feel closer to her.
Mine says," Hey kid, it's me. I'm trying to wish you a Merry Christmas but you won't answer your phones. I tried them both. I wish you would answer one or the other. Talk to ya later Kid, Love ya lots."