I urge you to embrace ALL the love you receive in life.
In wonderful world of autism at our house, noise cancelling earmuffs are a must! We needed them for two children for different uses. My 13-year-old needs them to drown out all the other sounds EXCEPT for what she is listening to on her ear buds. My 3-year-old needs them to stop ALL the sounds around… Continue reading Noise cancelling earmuffs
Krystal, It is your “deathiversary”. I took a million steps back today. I just couldn’t. I couldn’t breathe. I couldn’t think. I couldn’t function. I got up. I was going strong. I was going to conquer my grief. I was going to be able to face this day with the strength of a million warriors… Continue reading Deathiversary (9-29-17)
Year 2: When grieving, other people seem to have a time frame for you. A time when they have become tired of your sadness, your struggle, you talking about your loved one. Our grief lasts much longer than the sympathy from others does. If you have a person in your life that has suffered a devastating… Continue reading Year 2
Hey Krystal, What am I supposed to do? I need you so much right now. I need your hug so bad. I need you….. If there is an afterlife and you can see and hear what’s going on….. I am so lost. I’m drifting in a rage sea of emotions. The battles I fight mentally… Continue reading Adrift without you
I watch a clip from Jimmy Fallon. He was talking about his mom (who passed away). 1-2-3 squeeze to say I love you. My sister and I did that all the time. Just us. Not kids. Not anyone else. I never thought to do that with anyone else. Out of the blue, my youngest did… Continue reading 1-2-3
I tell myself to write. A lot. I tell myself if I write, I can get it out. I tell myself if I can just write once a week. It doesn’t even have to be about my grief. Just write anything. Get your mind going….just write…get it out… I just want to get all of… Continue reading Get it out….