Thursday, April 21, 2005

NO WORDS

Sometimes... I cannot put words to my feelings after a call to Peggy.

Sometimes...There are no words as I continue to~~~~~~~      Watch My Sister...Disappear!  

 

 I read this somewhere and I am struggling to take it to heart today.

 

   DON'T CRY BECAUSE IT'S OVER;

    

  SMILE, BECAUSE IT HAPPENED!   Peggy and Mary Louise

  

I Love You Today, Peggy!

Mary Louise


6 comments:

wendy4145 said...

Yes, sometimes that is easier said than done
"smile because it happened"   sometimes we don't feel like smiling, although that is good advice... sometimes smiling is just not how we feel about things...

and it is ok to cry because it happened.

hurting HURTS... and that's great if you can find a way to smile about it....  which to do from time to time... but i think that is impossible to do ALL of the time.

The wilderness does teach us SOOO much.......

My prayer for you today is that the end of your wilderness is true beauty.

Love,
Wendy

deveil said...

My grandmother and her twin sister were the only two out of 14 girls in her family that didn't have  alzheimer's.  My grandmother's twin sister died a couple weeks ago, and I saw the family, most of my grandmother's sisters were diagnosed early with it,  she only has 4 sisters left now.  I grew up with all of them.  They were a tight family, and my grandma and her twin visited them weekly.  I grabbed one of my aunts, and she said it's a beautiful funeral, she asked me who it was and I told her it was Sister, that's what we called my grandmother's twin.  She then looked at me and said then you must be my brother, it got really confusing then.  They had told her it was her sister's funeral.  She hung on to me the rest of the night, because she said it had been so long since she had seen me.  Later on her daugther told me that Ernest had been there holding her hand.  It was sweet because she thought I was her brother Ernest who was the first to die in their family, back when they were all in the early 20's.  All their brother's are gone now, so everyone was wondering why she wouldn't let me go after I said hello to her.  My prayers go out to you, and your family.  

Derek

stupidsheetguy said...

That phrase is good advice. Remember it always.

Jimmy

mosie1944 said...

http://journals.aol.com/mosie1944/MYCOUNTRYLIFE/entries/813

cherry2sweet2eat said...

That is hard to deal with something like this. i sat and watch my grand mother go she had 4 heart attack then they sent her home because there was nothing to do for her. i just lost my brother 4 years ago and i kno how you feel you want your sister back, she is there but not fully i kno. i wish the best of luck~cherry

stormie4851 said...

SMILE, BECAUSE IT HAPPENED.......................MAKES SENSE TO ME...........STORMIE
MY HEART CRIES FOR YOU.............................................................................