A HUG FOR A SPECIAL OCCASION January 17, 2006 3:25 PM
Many Care2 groups have a special section dedicated to "HUGS', and I thought we should have one too... For that special day we used to celebrate with our deceased loved ones... For when we miss them more than ever... for when we want to express our love for them...
So, please, whoever needs a hug for all the above reasons or similar ones, please let us know...
As you know, my husband passed away Saturday night in his sleep. I haven't posted here in quite a while as I had finally started a good recovery from my mother and step-father's passing. The last few days have been very difficult. Thanks,
The grief journey is never-ending. I'm sorry that yours is once again at the beginning. I've never had to experience such pain from the loss of a spouse....please accept my hug and let us know what we can do to help...
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Giuliana sent me a wonderful website where you can light a candle for whatever reason and leave a message with it. It was a peaceful experience and I am grateful for it. I can go back and light as many candles as I want to help say goodbye to my "Buddy".
TODAY IS THE 2ND ANNIVERSARY OF TONY'S PASSING May 03, 2006 10:38 AM
My dear Karen.
I know how you are feeling and we'll chat again very soon. My heart goes out to you with lots of love. Please, give me a little time because I'm grieving too... Today is the 2nd anniversary of my husband's passing, and I'm still devastated. It's difficult for me right now to find comforting words for you... But I am convinced that both our late husbands are watching over us... As it is, Heaven made us meet so that we could help each other and honor their memory...
Aaaaah Karen...............There are never truly any perfect words other then to say, that you are loved and thought of today in a loving kind and prayerful, thoughtful way. Feel free to come in and talk anytime. Your loss is our loss too.
*HUGS* with warmth, love and great understanding and the sorrow of life and continued soul connections. You are in the right place. ---ginger
While particular anniversaries are the worst (I could not go to work on Laurel's birthday or death date for 10 years--), time can help to lessen the ache. May the love of friends and family help to ease your pain...Tony will always be with you.
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