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Candelight Remembrance Service

Thursday, December 07, 2017

Tonight is a night of remembrance and honor for those who have left us this year. It is a Candlelight Remembrance Service and I will be there with a broken heart to remember my beautiful mom that left me on June 14 of this year. Six months and my heart still hurts! How do I move on? When will the pain go away? Then on top of that my Father in law left us on September 22. So needless to say that this Christmas season is very hard for our family.

Please hug your love ones and keep them close to your hearts! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

Do not worry about the little things in life, enjoy your family and friends.
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    It's always an open wound dear Bibi...yes it does scab over...but it's always there. My broken heart hurts for your broken heart my friend! emoticon emoticon
    417 days ago
    Oh, Bibi. I can tell you that with time, the pain will lessen, and you will remember always the fond memories.
    427 days ago
    Everyone grieves set length of time.....for me, the first holidays were the hardest....take care, Kim
    434 days ago
    Grief is an ongoing process. It is not linear. Having lost my dh three years ago, I still miss him so. Sometimes something triggers a memory and tears form. They say that one issue is that we do not have a place for our love to go. The pain is less but where there is pain there also was love. The service is a wonderful way to remember those we hold dear and carry in our hearts. It is ok to cry.
    434 days ago
    434 days ago
    Thinking of you.
    It does get easier but it doesn’t go away.
    4 years since we lost dad and this is the first Christmas I’ve felt like putting up decorations.
    434 days ago
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    Prayers for you and yours during this time.
    435 days ago
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