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Loss of those you love

Posted on December 26, 2009 at 1:18am 2 Comments

In the early 80s, I lost my Grandmother. She was the rock of our Italian family coming over from Italy with my mother in 1930. I have lost people I knew, but no one that was very close. Someone you saw bascially every day and loved you so much. This was hard. Then in 1985, I lost my father. He had been very sick and I helped Mom take care of him. Even though that we knew some day his time would come, this was harder. Then in 1996, my Mother, my best friend, died in my arms and I thought that… Continue

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At 3:42pm on January 3, 2010, Amelia R Chavez said…
Hi Ana you are so right about the dreams I have not been able to dream of my Johnny yet, but I went to a spiritual reader to see what it was like since i never have been and she said that I need to ease up a little that i was too stressed that he was trying to come through but me being to stressed he was unable?So she told me to relax alittle and i would dream of him,she also maybe that we both should try even though it not as easy as it sounds. take care
At 7:51pm on December 31, 2009, Amelia R Chavez said…
Dear Ana I am sorry for all your losts of your love ones you have sure been through alot.Thank you for your response I really need to hear that from you. It is not easy losing a child I had my Johnny when I was 16 so we were so close to each other we both acted like one another,I still can not believe that my son is gone . I am in denial. take care and again thank you

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