I'm so sorry you are going through this.
Thank you. I'm doing okay, but I have my moments. I still can't believe he's gone, and when I think that, I remember someone telling me he's never coming back. So true. You know, he was 77 years old and he did live life the way he wanted to. He was a very generous man, loving and kind.
I think about little kids either dying from an illness or murder. Like Gannon. He struggled to live when he was born, and struggled fiercely to live while he was being murdered by that witch. I have a very hard time understanding how the Stauch's deal with that every single day. It's got to be awful, terrible. I believe to lose your child to death is about the worst thing there is.
My husband was elderly and it was his time to go. He wanted to go, he told me so twice. Two days before he died, he went down memory lane naming people who had gone before him who he wanted to see. He was fully conscious and in his right mind until the very end. And then he was gone. I'm dealing with it.
Thank you for thinking about me. Have a very Merry Christmas! xo