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At 11:17am on March 8, 2011, Britni said…
Terri, I am so sorry for all of your losses. You are a very strong woman!  Its crazy how one day, one second can change your life forever. Im glad I got to meet you on here and we can support and help eachother through tough times. Keep your head up !
At 6:03pm on March 7, 2011, Jeff Justus said…
Terri, I feel a closeness to you because your family and mine faced this nightmare at basically the same time frame. I found out about my son's death on the 18th and your nightmare began the 19th. Like you, I could not return to work until the 1st of Feb. My wife and I are fortunate to have jobs that allow us to take FMLA and get paid. I needed that time off but I also needed to get back to work and get on with what we do. I think of my son about 90% of the day. I have some conentration issues but nothing serious. My family will be going back to FL at the end of March. Hopefully it's easier than it was at Christmas. Take care and I'm wishing your family the best.
At 5:16pm on March 7, 2011, Susan - Donny's Mom said…

Thanks Terri for your comment on Donny's signs.  What else could it be???  Just got my husband home from the hospital (thank goodness).  so far so good.  It was a huge back surgery so it will be a long and painful recovery.  I am just thankful that he made it thru and we are home together again.  This Friday is ur 44th anniversary.

Couldn't have a better present than this !!!

Hugs to you today.

At 5:16pm on March 7, 2011, Susan - Donny's Mom said…

Thanks Terri for your comment on Donny's signs.  What else could it be???  Just got my husband home from the hospital (thank goodness).  so far so good.  It was a huge back surgery so it will be a long and painful recovery.  I am just thankful that he made it thru and we are home together again.  This Friday is ur 44th anniversary.

Couldn't have a better present than this !!!

Hugs to you today.

At 1:40pm on March 7, 2011, shannon churchill said…

Thank you Terri,  I have a few months to make a decision.   I just hurt so badly right now....  Missing him so badly tears just flow at will.  Everyday I feel the need to renew my faith...  like Groundhog day.   After I have spent a few hours each morning affirming my faith.. then I carry on.  God has blessed me with this sight.    Love,

Shannon

At 9:48pm on March 4, 2011, Linda Sacquety said…

Dear Terri,

Thank you for your nice words about Darline's birthday.  It was a wonderful day.  We decided to do something Dar would have loved to do and that was to take her 2 labs and her sisters lab to Dog Beach then go to her favorite mexican restaurant for lunch.  We sat on the beach and all talked about her, laughed and cried.  She would have loved the day and we kept thinking about that.  She is missed so much and we both miss our children so much but it is so nice to know I have you as a friend to share feelings with.  Take care of yourself

At 11:37am on March 4, 2011, Shari Soklow said…

Dear Terri,

Thank you so very much for your kind words and friendship.

We are all in this together and I know we can make it through,

with the help of each other in friendship and love!

God Bless You, I pray for all of us!

Shari

At 11:37am on March 4, 2011, Shari Soklow said…

Dear Terri,

Thank you so very much for your kind words and friendship.

We are all in this together and I know we can make it through,

with the help of each other in friendship and love!

God Bless You, I pray for all of us!

Shari

At 8:59pm on March 1, 2011, Vicki Vazquez said…

Thanks for writing, every story I read on here, makes my hair stand up !! God give us all strength. God bless your son. Love Vicki V.

At 6:46pm on March 1, 2011, Diana Marie Stewart said…

Dearest  one,

 

It has been almost 5 months since my Larry departed. I went to the local funeral home and they put me in touch with a beverement group. What a life saver. Everyday is a struggle, but you must and will put one foot in front of the other. You have so much to offer. I cry in my pillow, but also attend grief group. You will not do this suffering, grief on your own.....reach out to those who know what we are going thru. God speed be with you.

At 6:46pm on March 1, 2011, Diana Marie Stewart said…

Dearest  one,

 

It has been almost 5 months since my Larry departed. I went to the local funeral home and they put me in touch with a beverement group. What a life saver. Everyday is a struggle, but you must and will put one foot in front of the other. You have so much to offer. I cry in my pillow, but also attend grief group. You will not do this suffering, grief on your own.....reach out to those who know what we are going thru. God speed be with you.

At 12:27am on February 26, 2011, Linda Sacquety said…
Hi Terri, Its cold, rainy here in Calif which adds to my sadness knowing my beautiful daughter, Darline's, 33rd birthday is on Tues. March 1.  She was born 6 weeks early and only 3lbs.  She was strong enough then to survive and grew up to be a wonderful young woman who I was so proud of.  She wasn't strong enough to beat cancer though, even though she tried everything.  Such a terrible loss for our family, I just feel like I will forever be sad.
At 2:28pm on February 24, 2011, Jackie Jones said…
my son was due to graduate this june.  he had applied to college and had been accepted pending he got his diploma.  he was my only child.  a year ago on my son's 17th birthday my husband and i found out that my husband had another child he didnt know about that was 26 so we met him for the first time and did dna to find out for sure if he was really my husbands child or not and he is.  so i have a stepson and daughter in law and they have four kids.  but i dont know them didnt raise him and still were getting to know them when this all happened.  so i feel alone as my husband has another child he just met and gets to continue this relationship.  i shouldnt be sad for him just hard for me.
At 2:28pm on February 24, 2011, Jackie Jones said…
my son was due to graduate this june.  he had applied to college and had been accepted pending he got his diploma.  he was my only child.  a year ago on my son's 17th birthday my husband and i found out that my husband had another child he didnt know about that was 26 so we met him for the first time and did dna to find out for sure if he was really my husbands child or not and he is.  so i have a stepson and daughter in law and they have four kids.  but i dont know them didnt raise him and still were getting to know them when this all happened.  so i feel alone as my husband has another child he just met and gets to continue this relationship.  i shouldnt be sad for him just hard for me.
At 7:17am on February 23, 2011, Janet - Todd's Mom said…
Hi Terri,  I too have no younger children to keep me here on earth, but I have a loving husband and a daughter who would be  devastated, as I'm sure your family would be, if anything happened to you.  The thing that keeps me here when the pain becomes overwhelming and my heart is hurting more than I can stand, is that I want to keep my son's memory alive in every way I can.  I think, if I'm not here, who will do this?  He was such a good person, kind, intelligent, funny and very helpful to everyone.  He deserves to be remembered, as I'm sure your son does.
At 3:03pm on February 22, 2011, Karen Kloo said…
Hi Terri I just read your story. I guess I was fortunate that a man came and tried to rescue my son, My son was pinned by the engine he stuck a tree, and the whole car was in flames except for where my son was sitting, this man did everything possible to get my son out.  It took only about 6 or 7 minutes he said and my son was calm and had no fear in his eyes, he passed in this mans arms, my son had an angel with him and Jeff the man that tried to save him was our angel.  Jeff  than took 3 steps from the car and it exploded.  I had just talked to my son  a couple of hours before, he called me and said he was so bummed, almost 26 years old, wife and 7 year old child.  He was 17 when she got pregnant and my son grew up over night.  he was working 50 hours plus each week and going to school as a tool maker apprentice.  He  spent such quality time with his son.  He was just perfect in every way.  He was burning the candles at both ends I dont know if he fell asleep, or something ran out in front of him or what, I do know he was not himself that day.
At 2:23pm on February 22, 2011, Karen Kloo said…
Hi Terri, she sent a group message so that is how I responded this is all new to me still learning.  Her name was Pam Brooks. I received an email.  Hope this helps you to get in touch with her.
At 8:54pm on February 21, 2011, Mary Ann Squires (Macs) said…
Thank you so much Terri for that info about Facebook. I really don't want his FB to be canceled. I find comfort to go on it  and read all the comments from his friends and I love all his comments he had made on it.  I hope you have come to terms with the findings of your Jonathan's passing, I know it must of very painful for you.  We are all struggleing to make sense of our loss, some find the reason and others never do. With Logan being in Viet Nam I'm sure we will never know what really happened.  I'm sending Hugs to you, Macs   
At 5:17am on February 21, 2011, Melissa Asher said…
Thank you Terri, I am glad you like the picture, God bless
At 9:54pm on February 17, 2011, Diane Hood said…
My heart goes out to you as well I just hope we can find peace also..............

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