Monday, May 7, 2012

Three weeks ....

I can't believe it's been three weeks since our sweet princess passed away.  It feels like a million years since I last snuggled with her or touched her little face.  If this is how horrible three weeks is, I can't imagine the rest of my life.  :( 

I miss you so much, sweet girl.  I have never been anything more incredible than your Mommy. 

12 comments:

Junior said...

big hugs Sara, keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

Lori said...

Hugs and prayers.

Jamie said...

((tears)) run with the angels sweet Emily.

Alison said...

Big hugs to you. We just got a new pair of glasses for Ashlea - they have Hello Kitty on them - and will always make me think of your princess.

The VW's said...

I can't even imagine, Sara! Thinking of you so often! Love and Big Hugs!

Jenny said...

oh, my heart aches for you Sara. What an angel.

Christy said...

Sara - I have thought of you and Emily every day. My heart goes out to you. I wish there was something I could say to help ease your pain - but I know there's nothing that can do that. Just know that I am so thankful to "know" her and I thank you for sharing her with us.

xoxo

Shan said...

I remember there... and people told me it would get better but I did not believe them. I fought Marie being gone with everything I had. The pain is incredible... just be gentle with yourselves. The best thing I found was something someone had written... your grief is part of being mother to your special child. It made me want to embrace my grief for Marie somehow. Praying for you all...

Bella's Blessings said...

Well said, Shan. When my daughter died, I was numb to life for a long time... like just emotionally numb. It was my body's way of keeping me from the pain. Then, the numbness wore off and the pain set in. I was comforted by the thought that my pain was relative to my love for Bella, and that it is a normal and natural part of the grieving process. I was also comforted to learn that when in the midst of grieving the loss of a loved one, we operate on typically 1/2 to 1/4 of our normal physical and cognitive ability... one time, I went in to Target, went shopping, came out, and found my minivan unlocked... and still running!!! No lie. So, like Shan said, be gentle with yourself, and with the process. If you allow the process yo unfold, as painful as it is, you will heal over (God's) time. Much peace to you. Tim

The Henrys said...

Huge hugs to you. I've been thinking and praying for you and your family.

Bugg's mama said...

I just found out about your dear Emily. I'm so so sorry. Thank you for sharing your daughter with us. What a sweet smile she has.

xoxo, Bree

Stacie Wiesenbaugh said...

You have shared Emily's life so beautifully. She has a place in my heart and that of all your readers. Emily was blessed to have such a loving family as you were to share your life together. God bless.