Wordless Wednesday

This should be a Wordless Wednesday, but I have too many words today. So, a caption.

I still can’t believe I can’t talk to you one more time. If only I could have one more chance to speak to you, to tell you everything that has happened these last 21 months. To ask you so many questions: get your guidance, your advice, your reassurance. Tell you we miss you, tell you we love you, tell you how much you mean to me and all of the sweet whispers of love I wish I had uttered that last night. What I would give for one more talk, one more chance to hear your voice. But it can’t happen. So I write. And I talk in the shower, and in my sleep, and in my dreams. Always.

monica

Erin,
For fathers day this year i sent him healthy stuff like a subway gift card,sugar free candy and stuff for his diabeties. I told him about uncle eddie ( who he knew when we lived in tampa back when bryan was born) and how Jaclyn was spending her first fathers day without him. I told my dad i dont ever want to be without my dad! He told me this ” i truly believe that when i pass on to the heavens above, i will be able to watch over you and listen to you and will always be with you. ” so think about that next time you are talking in the shower, in your sleep and in your dreams! Bryan is listening, watching over you and is in your heart always! Faith does amazing things and although i am not on your shoes, i hope that you can believe in that too!

Hi. I can’t tell if I’m commenting in the right place, but I am trying to comment on Wordless Wednesday. I can barely read this post. It turns my stomach with pain. Butterflies. Maybe a little nausea. Tears in my eyes.

I lost my wife 34 months ago and I can’t even bear to think about it. She was 33. I found this blog by mistake. I feel your words, because I’ve felt them myself.

My husband died on a Wednesday, I am raising my children and have for 7 yrs.
Find myself lonely at times, but still doing it. Whatever you do, never give up!

Kim

My husband died on a Wednesday, I am raising my children and have for 7 yrs.
Find myself lonely at times, but still doing it. Whatever you do, never give up!
I have never been on this website before.
Kim

My hoe for all of you is, don’t give up, be strong, and love.

Kim

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