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Another year without you...

It’s always so depressing

     when I realize how long it’s been 

     since I’ve seen you; 

When A Loved One Passes To Heaven, What Happens To Them?

The Moment that we pass from the Physical World to Heaven, we are immediately filled with love. If you took the most love that you have ever felt in your entire life and multiply it by infinity, then, you may then begin to understand the feeling of Heaven.

NDEs and The Beings of Light

NDEs and The Beings of Light


"He Didn't Say Goodbye"

11 years ago on Jan, 10, 2005 we buried My Father. He left behind my sister, my brother and Myself along with 13 grandchildren, 3 nephews and His only sister. He left all of us to bare the pain he couldn't. 


Since you've been gone

I keep thinking you're coming back.

I waited, day and night

But you never came.

Now...I am so torn...

Best Friends I Wish I'd Never Met

Friendships are great...we have fun with them, tell secrets, share our hearts, go for coffee, vent our frustrations and go through life changes together. I have so many friends from my high school days and I am thankful for each of them.

Healing Takes A Lifetime

Early on in my grief journey, I realized this was not going to be a "get over it quickly" type of thing.  I had a strong desire to read everything I could on grief, suicide, and the afterlife.  I came to realize quickly that this journey will not end until I take my last breath.  People have asked me how I stay strong and this is what I explain to them.


My Life After Dad

Chapter 1: Who Am I?


As I lay here, on this dreary, damp day, I stop and wonder, how I got here, and how far I’ve come. You see, I wasn’t always this worried about my existence. There was a time in this life-cycle, where I could stop and smell those metaphorically induced ‘roses’, and not want to wring someone’s neck. Only now, at the age of 22, am I so full of sorrow.

Mom Explains Why She Chose To Mourn The Loss Of Her Son On Facebook

In 2007, Sandra Homer's baby Jayce was stillborn.

She decided to post the pictures she had of him on Facebook for her family and friends to see. And even though she got some negative comments, she kept sharing. "It was the only way to share my son with the world," Homer told HuffPost Live's Nancy Redd on Monday.

They took you too soon...

I check on you one minute and you're fine

Thirty minutes later we're rushing you to the hospital

I didn't understand

You're the strongest man I know

When I see you hooked up to all those machines and you looked so scared

The only thing I could do is pray

But when I prayed I didn't pray for your life Daddy

I prayed for your soul and that God wouldn't let you suffer anymore

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