Monday, June 18, 2018

Today

I do believe that today is going to be an exhausting emotional day. It will be spent with Wade's family, None of mine will be able to be there and for various reasons that are all valid. It isn't that they don't want to be and if they could they would. I understand and it's OK. I'll head out about 9:30 this morning and no telling when I'll get back home.

I'll leave you with a couple pictures I took while out on my Sunday morning walk

I walked through the park and looking up into the trees it gave me a peaceful easy feeling.

20 comments:

  1. I've only just read your news Ann, and there are no words. I am so so sorry for your loss and send a big strong hug.
    In friendship,
    Amalia

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  2. Hi Ann, Praying for you early this morning. May the Lord give you peace and strength for today. There are so many of us that wish we could be there in person. Please remember you are in our hearts. xo

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  3. Anne, we are all a lot stronger than we think and our thoughts sometimes make things appear worse than they really are. I'm sure you'll get through today okay, be strong.
    Hugs from afar
    Briony
    x

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  4. Hi Ann...I am stopping in to say hello and let you know I am thinking if you. My prayers are with you as you meet the challenges you face today. Just be you...one step at a time. Love you��

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  5. You continue to be in my thoughts.

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  6. this tree gives me an easy peaceful feeling, what a beautiful walk you have, prayers going with you on today's visit and long drive alone.. consider me with you but in spirit alone..

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  7. Ugh. This is the day that you dig deep....and you make it through. I wish I could be there to support you. Know that we are all here for you, hoping it goes well.

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  8. My virtual hugs and prayers go with you.

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  9. I wish you weren't making that long drive by yourself - Today I am out of words, but, as is the tradition, I am sending over a nice lasagna - (well in spirit anyway.)

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  10. I'm so sorry your family won't be with you today. These are hard days. One step at a time, one breath at a time. Know that I'll be sending you prayers and healing hugs. ♥♥♥

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  11. Wish I could be there for you but know that I'm thinking of you. One day at a time, right? Hugs to you.

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  12. My love and prayers are with you especially today... I wrote about you both on my blog and my Facebook Post today.... God Bless You, my Friend.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  13. A tough day but I am sure you will find some relief being around kin.I am with you in prayer.

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  14. Dear, dear Ann ~ I came here from Betsy's blog, 'Joyful Reflections'. She asked prayer for you because of your recent loss of your husband. I will pray for you.

    Right now, you are in what is called 'the widow's fog'. It is a sort of buffer zone from reality. You are also in shock. You will make it, you are stronger than you think or feel at the moment.

    I know, I've been there. My dear husband went to be with his Creator 9 Dec. 2012. My husband also paid the bills from his computer, but I've learned how to do it and can hear him saying 'atta-girl'.

    Blogging and gardening, finding a Christian widow's group, reading my Bible and prayer, plus love from others has helped me to grow as I walk in this journey of widowhood. It isn't easy, it is doable, God has been my strength. I can't have what I had, but each day is a gift and God is working all things out.

    Just continue to take life one day at a time. Lock memories into your heart. Cry if you need to. Don't let anyone tell you how or how long to grieve. We are all different. I can still break down into tears, just not as often or as much as I did in the beginning.

    Love, hugs & prayers for you ~ FlowerLady

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  15. Lin left a comment on my blog about you since she knows my husband died suddenly too. If I can help in any way leave a comment on my blog terragarden.blogspot.com or send me an email thekilns1 @ hotmail.com I recently wrote a post about recovering, it is a long journey. Flowerladylorraine is also a dear blog friend of mine. One thing I suggest is wait several months and join a Griefshare group, they meet in churches around the country.

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  16. Being out in nature *always* calms me and gives me peace. Mother Earth has that capability and uses it so well, for our benefit. Lovingly, Andrea XOXO

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  17. What a lovely walk you had. That tree shot is so pretty. It's good that you are taking time to quietly reflect and enjoy God's creation.

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  18. Beautiful photos. Continue taking your walk and taking the photos. This is great therapy for you at this time.

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  19. Trees have great peace to give. Absorb!

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