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If you cannot point your finger n like on the persons bday, you need to be cut out like cancer..Selfish and Arrogant is what you are, what is so sad
You won't get very far, no more running back to me
My life is a happy one and I was set free
To be happy, to laugh and live my life
You know nothing about being a wife
Too Selfish to understand
Too arrogant to be part...

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I've lost some battles 

but won the war

its so important

snd so much more

I strive each day to make a new

a start to be a brand new you

I'm excited to be all that I am 

and so much more

like I said I lost the battle

but I won the war

I wake up each day 

and thank the Lord

for always showing me 

...

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in a moment in time

my world changed so fast

ill never forget how hard I worked

to put behind me my past

memories always remind me

Time goes way too fast

love one anonther 

and make it last

in a moments time

your life can change 

1, 2, 3, I learned its best

to worry about me

and of course my family 

...

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Meditation and Grief

 

 

As parents, we raise our children with love, hope and the belief in endless possibilities. All children come into this world absolutely perfect, just as they are. We hold them, dry their tears, share their joy and build our lives together. Our...

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MEMORY IN MOTION

 

 

As parents, we all want our children to be remembered. This does not change once a child dies. What does change is that people will often stop talking about our children once they no longer exist in this physical world. For a bereaved parent, our children will always exist. They exist in our hearts, in our memories...

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World Wide Candle Lighting

12/11/16

 

 

I sit here by myself

In total darkness

With Christmas tree lights

And candles.

 

Tonight is the one night a year where people around the world come together and light a candle in memory of a child who has died. The candles are...

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My dad died suddenly during Spring Break my sophomore year of high school. My family had disintegrated a few years before, and he was my world. I was stunned, and numb.

When I arrived for the funeral,...

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I no longer count this time in seconds, minutes, hours, days or month. I count it in years. It is three years today, Jan 5 that my son died. Nothing in the years to come will change that one fact or anything about that day. it will always be there, always be the same. My heart hurts as much now as it did that first moment of loss. I hope that one day, it will soften even just a...

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Silent rides and tear filled eyes,
For answers why I look to the skies.
Memories paint bright cheerful pictures,
But the pain lingers like a cemented fixture.
I carry you within my heart,
Like a mosaic window you were a piece of art,
My thoughts of you play in my head like a movie...

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February 26. 11 years. 11 whole years these green eyes have not seen those beautiful sparkling brown eyes and those perfect,straight white teeth. To say i have struggled would be the single biggest understatement ever. I have done things quite a bit differently however. If you follow my posts, you will read I have been a "runner" under the assumption if I kept myself very,very busy i could run...

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