Saturday, August 4, 2007

August 4, 2007

I can't believe it has been 6 weeks. I also can't believe that instead of getting easier things are harder.

Megan and Kendall's marker is scheduled to ship on August 10th. I have no idea how long it will actually take to get here.

It rained again yesterday, I cannot remember the last time we had so much rain. Everything is green though. Megan and I would sit on the front porch and watch the rain. If it was chilly we would wrap up in blankets on the bench.

I talked to the mailman the other day. He is so nice, he said that he often talked to Megan and he could not believe that he had just stood on the porch and visited with her on Thursday and then on Friday when he brought the mail he was told she was gone. He had tears in his eyes, he is a very nice man. It just reminds me how wonderful Megan was, she was kind to everyone and always shared her smile. Kendall was so sweet, when you walked into the room she was smiling at you.

This is a photo of Megan and Kendall in the nursery. I painted the circles all over the wall to match her bedding.
I love you girls.


srharris said...

She grew up so beautiful. What a blessing you have in your life. God Bless you and your family. Love you ,

Anonymous said...

I wish I had the magic words to make this easier.. Please know I truly care. You are in my thoughts every day! It is awesome that she touched other peoples lives.. (((hugs))) to you my friend!

Geri said...

I know this is a daily struggle for you. Dealing with insurance, bills etc etc keeps this loss in the forefront of your mind. In time, all these things will pass and it will be much easier to focus on the beautiful person she was and the joy you experienced with her. Believe me, it will get easier - but don't try to rush yourself forward to that time. Take it one day at a time and on the days you feel down allow yourself to say its ok to be down. Cry if you want too. You have experienced a huge loss and it is ok to mourn this. On the good days - fill your heart with all the good things she experienced while here with us, and always remember how very loved you were by her and that love never dies.