My husband and I shared the love when our hearts where whole and then when they were shredded.
On June 5, 2015, the night we were devastated with the shocking news that Charles had killed himself, we made a pact that the last chapter of our youngest son’s life was a new chapter for our own. We were going to survive this somehow and we were going to do it together. Because no one else would carry on the legacy of our youngest son.
A toast to our healing, grieving hearts. I’m so grateful I don’t have to go through this alone.
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I dream of the day when my heart heals. Right now it just aches for my daughter
Happy Valentine’s Day to you and Randy!
Steve and I, are a team. We never ”blamed” Curt’s loss on each other. Thank God, we became closer in our tragedy. No one else loved Curt as much as we did. We were, and still are a loving family.
Exactly. We beat ourselves up enough. So glad to hear it
I love that you and Randy are a model of how couples can go through tragedy together and not be torn apart. Have you already written a blog post on that subject—things you all have done specifically to knit yourselves together through this dark passage? Perhaps I missed that one? Thanks for always being so transparent. ❤️
I have not written that post. I have the idea listed and thinking that I might include that as a chapter in my book. I am about 3/4 through first draft. But I think it’s time I did a post on that.