Hugs to YOU, Judy, as you go through this transition of life! I agree with all "Graceandham" said below! Be kind to yourself, and enjoy each new day, as he would want you to do. It takes time to move on and get to that happier place, but, you will get there! It's hard to imagine now, but your life ahead may be filled with the most wonderful days ever! One never gets "over" losing a loved one, but the grieving gradually disapates to acceptance and regaining a happy spirit! He wants to see you smiling, so do it for him!!
Huge Cyber Hugs Judy, What a Wonderful GGS you have Hugs Jussy
Each day comes one moment at a time and you have his memories to treasure and comfort you. Your great grandson sounds like a little sweetie. You are so fortunate to have got him on camera. Little ones say the most honest things.
Judy you have been on my mind a lot. I am glad you have family around you and a very very smart GGS. I keep you in my prayers for daily lessening of the pain. Hugs to you.
Oh Judy wish i could come and have coffee with u i would hugs u to death and make u smile hugs carolyn
Apr 14, 2013 - "From the mouths of babes"... I'm so glad you were able to capture that moment. That child is wise beyond his years.
What a sweet child to say such a comforting statement. I do think about you, and am glad you are staying busy. Blessings to you.
May God continue to bless and care for you and your family. Thank you for the update. It is hard to feel alone in a room full of people. Hold onto the wise words from your GGS. They are words sent from heaven to your heart!
isn't it amazing what little kids say! Wow & of course she is right! We are here 24 seven sew anytime you need to chat someone is always here & I am happy to count myself one of them! Hugs & Blessings to you Judy. Loralye
Thinking of you and sending out prayers. Hugs DeVon
Bless you. This is such a hard thing to get through. God will give you people and experiences to help you get through this time of deep sorrow. You're just still at the raw pain stage. I tell every new widow I know - be kind to yourself. Be patient and ease into this new status. Allow yourself to cry when you need to, to be "selfish" when you need to, to do nothing when you need time to think, to be busy when you need to NOT think so much. Write your own version of widowhood! It was very hard for me to make decisions and handle financial things as I had a strong man who handled all that for me, which long-term turned out to be not such a great gift! I was so uninformed and overwhelmed. Try to postpone major changes and decisions for a year. I ultimately decided to sell his car (before the year) because I cried every time I had to be in the driver's seat instead of having my passenger door held for me. And I eventually sold the house (he died there, in the yard) as part of moving on into the next phase of my life. P.S. My new life has turned out to be very different than I would have imagined, and I love my life. Who'd have ever thunk... PM me if you want to talk.
Oh! Judy, my heart goes out to you. This forum is wonderful for all of the friendships that have been made. May God continue to heal and bless you as you go on with the rest of your life. Aren't children wonderful with the things they say? And your GGS is right your husband is not far away from you in thought and always in your heart. Love and blessings Chris