I thought with each year it would get easier, BUT, I was wrong. Today is the 5th year since my son was beaten to death. It seems sometimes it is like yesterday. It seems so unreal. Like a horrible dream, and I will wake up, and it will be alright. I really miss his voice, and his silly laughter. I keep feeling like he will walk into my home at any moment. I miss him so!
Rose I'm so sorry. I keep saying
that It does not get easier...I'm just getting use to it.
In July it will be 7 years since my son was stabbed to death.
I still scream inside my mind because I can't believe this horror has invaded my life. I still think I see him sometimes. I know it's not him over there or going down the street or on the phone when I say hello.
This kind of stuff I can only share with you all...my Sister-MOMS...because WE know. Bless you Rose, I share your sadness.
Karen Wes's mom
Rose how I wish it did get easier I thought it would too. Three and a half years for me not a day goes by that I don't have My Jim on my mind. Some how we learn to live with it sure isn't easy though. Angel days, birthdays and holidays bring back so many memories good and bad.
Hugs Jim's Mom
Thanks for your message Jim's Mom. I never realize just how many of us "MOMS" have lost children due to the terrible acts of others. It sure at times seem not right the the good ones die, and the bad ones live.
Thanks for your lovely message Karen's Mom. I know that the heartache will always be there for us all. Thank God for all the beautiful memories we have.
Rose, I'm sorry I didn't answer your post earlier I thought I had. My daughter Keara has also been dead for five years and I know what you mean about sometimes it feels like yesterday and other times it feels like forever. It is so hard to wrap your head around the fact that our children were murdered. And the pain is always there. At least we have each other to talk to. When nobody else understands we do.
Love ya, Darien
I'm sorry too Rose