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February 13, 2012


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It's sad when those we love leave us and I'm sorry for the loss of your friend. It must comfort you to have great memories of him .

Have a safe trip.


So sorry for your pain. Here's a big hug for you. I know it's hard, but try to feel better.


Sorry you're having a sad spell ... keep your chin up!


Brian was too young. Life doesn't seem fair at times but I know it is God's will. I know you are sad and the birthday and holidays are the hardest. Sending you big HUGS!!


My heart aches for you. I can't imagine how difficult it is for you. Brian is in good place without sickness. From your descriptions of his personality and your relationship with him, he would not want you to be sad but to remember all your great times with a smile on your face. :-)


(((((Stephanie))))) My dad was 42 when he died....and my biological dad died when he was 22....life is too short...


I have email... use it when you are sad!!!!

We could have commiserated together, life is on a bit of a downhill, but will pick up soon, so HANG IN THERE!!!!!

Linda in Calif.

Stephanie, I've been wanting to reply to your post, but I've been so busy at work at taking another class that I just haven't had time. I was thinking about what you said, about his daughter having Jett. I've been reading the old testament and God promises Abraham to bless his descendants. Why would Abraham really care about descendants that are so far removed, generations down his line? Somehow I think that God has provided a way that Brian is able to know and be happy about Jett. (And fulfilled with the knowledge - not sad that he's not with them.)

It is hard on us though. (((Hugs)))

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