Friday, October 30, 2009

Touched by an Angel

This is such a hard time of the year for me.
I posted a entry yesterday joking how I am down because I have no one to dress up for Halloween but that is only part of it.
That is me joking my way out of a blue mood.

I hate this time of year
Its getting cold
Another summer has come and gone and I didn’t get super fit like I said I would
Daylight hours get shorter
Fall taxes are due
End of year taxes are going to be due soon.
Christmas expenses are coming up.
My birthday is coming up and I am going to be older
There are so many things to get depressed over and whine about if I really wanted too.
Normally I do get the blues this time of year.
I don’t any more though.

Because two years ago my friend lost her dear little boy to a tragic accident

Read the story here.

http://www.wftv.com/news/14504549/detail.html

You can read a poem I wrote about witnessing her grief here.

http://mandatorybloghere9.blogspot.com/2008/11/witness.html

You can see his memorial here

http://cayden.huels.muchloved.com/


She will never be the same
Her efforts of trying to go on are heroic
She is amazing.


I dedicate this blog to her today and I encourage all my blog readers to hug their love ones

Don’t complain about the small things
Don’t complain how hard life is
I know I try very hard not to do that anymore.

I hope she knows how much her little angel touched my life.
I hope by me sharing her story, he touches your life too.

I hope my friend knows how much I admire her.

2 comments:

  1. Thank you so much Tammy for telling my story and for being my good friend. You have helped me through some pretty rough times and helped me to smile when I felt like crawling under the bed and hiding. You can read more about my little angel http://sherih34.blogspot.com/ if you want to.

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  2. Sheri you are welcome and thank you for letting us in your life. Your little angel has truly changed each and every member of my family and we count each day as a blessing.

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