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Missing My Mama
Posted On 01/06/2013 19:51:05 by Roselynn
Mama, oh how I miss you this evening. This has been the longest week of my entire life. You were always here during trying times and the one time that I need you the most, you are not here. I don't know how to do this without you. I don't want to do it without you. I do not want you to be gone. I want you back. My heart has never been heavier and I have never been this sad. I don't know what to do without you. I just cannot imagine life without you in it.  I too am no longer living, but me... Read More



Good Night Daddy
Posted On 04/21/2010 00:11:48 by Roselynn
Good night Daddy, did I ever even say those words? I really cannot remember and I wish that I could. What I remember is hurt and pain. Too many tears. Too much wasted time. So many wasted years. Wasted years that I need now and will never have. Why I am sitting around tonight crying over my Dad I will never know. He has been gone for almost 6 years. I have only been to the cemetery twice since the funeral. I just cannot go as it just hurts too much. I only know that for some strange reason I hav... Read More



The Heritage Of The American Military Familky
Posted On 05/25/2009 21:48:06 by Roselynn
Today as I sat in my rocking chair staring out of the window, I reflected on the meaning behind today‚Äôs holiday and I did some remembering of my own. I remembered a little boy that saluted anyone in uniform because he thought that they were his daddy. I remembered a husband that protected his family from harm and proudly wore the uniform to serve his nation. And then I remembered a father that left and never really came home.   I was only three when my daddy left to go to Vietnam and eve... Read More



Holiday Thoughts
Posted On 11/25/2008 23:36:09 by Dianna59WV
Holiday Thoughts
The holiday season is here again.  Normally, in my home, this would mean a frantic rush to make sure the house is spotless, the cupboards are stocked, and every table top in the main rooms are decorated to please the eyes of anyone viewing them.  This year, however, I just do not have the physical or emotional strength to go to such extremes.  I have decided to exercise moderation in decorating and cooking meals but I refuse to eliminate them entirely... Read More



What A Pickle
Posted On 07/31/2008 12:52:15 by ingrid
I am in NM - arrived yesterday after a 10.5 hour ride. Now, the night before I could not sleep. Ended up sitting up in bed until way after midnight with my mind spinning. I was freaked. Did not want to go. Did not want to leave my husband and son behind. Same thing last night. Cried this morning. I felt so low at tearing the dog away from my son! OK, so he is 27 - same stuff applies. He just got a job as Senior Economist for Kansas so he could stop in any day he wanted to (will be 2 hours away)... Read More



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