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When Are You Missing Your Loved Ones the Most? September 05, 2005 3:40 PM

In other words, is there a specific time of the day when you miss your loved ones the most?  Perhaps it is at dinner...  or when you are watching TV... or when you are picking up your child from school...  Please, let's share!

I miss my Tony the most in the evening, when we'd go to sleep and I used to cuddle up next to him.  If I had trouble falling asleep, then he would improvise a "bedtime story", just as if I were a little girl...  That made me feel secure and loved.

Giuliana aka Princess Little Rock

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 September 05, 2005 4:10 PM

Night when I go to bed, miss kissing them good night. Of course I miss the stories but that would have stopped by now anyway But still its worse for me when I have time to just lay there and think.  [ send green star]
 September 06, 2005 11:20 AM

I think I would have to say in the morning.  Well, not really morning cause he wasn't a morning person by any means, but I think what I miss is the getting ready for school struggle we used to go through.  I would wake him at least a dozen times before resorting to sending the dog in.  The dog would yank all the blankets off the bed and attack.  Rudy would try in vain to hide his face from the terrible kisses but the dog would burrow under.  I do remember how those day were certainly not my favorite times at the time though, and I would dread getting him up, and I would bitch and complain something terrible, but I sure do miss them now.  Especially since school is starting tomorrow.


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When it first happened every waking moment September 07, 2005 12:53 AM

When it first happened every waking moment. Since then it happens at the most unexplainable times and can cripple me for a spell but then I recover. But at night, especially or whenever I see young teenaged girls, their freshness, youth and vitality, I think why couldn't Rachel have that too? I always looks for a sign from her in the sky. ---ginger  [ send green star]
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