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Repost from March 22, 2014...on JOY

Friday, September 22, 2017

Little did I realize that just a few days later, our son would have a massive heart attack and die. At the time, though, I was feeling pretty good about life.

Even though I will always miss him, we have to keep living and breathing every day of our life and because I know he was ready to go, and he touched so many lives while living and even though there will always be some pain when I think of him, he is always in my heart and so I choose to remember him with Joy:








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  • LUNADRAGON
    Hugs! speechless. This happened while I was away, and am sad.
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    774 days ago
  • SPEDED2
    So very sorry for your loss. May you find Joy in the special memories of the times you and your son made together. emoticon emoticon
    782 days ago
  • IOWAGRAMMA
    Joan, I can truly identify with your loss. We lost our oldest son over 23 years ago, but in many ways it is as fresh as the day it happened. But, like you, we have come to realize that even though the ache will still be there and we miss him terribly, we also remember with joy and love and are grateful for the many ways he touched our lives. Sending love and best wishes, Jeannie emoticon
    782 days ago
  • NASFKAB
    Sorry for your loss. thank you for sharing the good times
    783 days ago
  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    It is so heartbreaking to lose a child. I wish I had the power to make certain that every child lives to old age and outlives their parents. emoticon
    783 days ago
  • no profile photo L_DROUIN
    So sorry! Glad that you have so much to be thankful for his life. JOY! Remember the joy. Thanks for sharing!
    783 days ago
  • EO4WELLNESS
    Sorry for your loss. Thank you for sharing your joy!
    783 days ago
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