I always check on C and give him one last kiss before going to bed . Tonight I was straightening out his covers and covering him up when it hit me like a ton of bricks, I should be going across the room and doing the same with Scott. The emotions hit so hard and so out of the blue. Made me wish that I was able to do it. No matter how far you get in your journey it's those moments that always come at and you and remind you what could of been.
Feeling just a little sad and wistful tonight and on top of that Husband is out of town so can't get the hugs I need.
So very true... We took the boys to do the Polar Express last night. It was wonderful and everything everyone said it would be. Just a few seats away, a family with 3 boys all wearing glasses. They were just years apart in age like stepping stones. I pointed it out to hubby and he had noticed it too. Big sigh and fought back the tears. I had on my special necklace and he wore his angel bracelet. We were as together as we could be. I hope that your hubby isn't away for too much longer. These moments are difficult.
Huge hugs to you,
Yes, even small things like this knock us back. I don't think that wistfulness will ever fade.
many hugs to you.
I think when Jerry is out of town that is when the emotions hit me the worst. Probably because I am already upset and out of sorts since he is gone. A few years ago I posted on here about maybe the grief was getting harder, at the time it certainly felt that way. Another Share mama pointed out that we have so many more "good" days now that when those moments do strike they sweep us right off of our feet. That is so so true. Sending you lots of extra hugs tonight.
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