5 thoughts on “I love AngelUncle”

  1. Oh … *blushing*
    You’re more than welcome.
    Of course you can do those things. We need a place we can express ourselves and unburden what we can, amongst friends or even just those willing to listen and lend some measure of compassion.
    Your mother would be … no, IS, very proud of you dear. She would not expect you or want you to be any different than you are.

  2. I’m glad you are seeing this as a place to truly let out your frustration, fears, emotions. I think maybe sometimes, you just want somebody to hear what you’re actually saying. Not to try and fix it, but just to listen and be a safe place to express yourself.
    Good people deserve good things. And should be able to expect that somewhere in their lives.
    Perhaps I am different, I’ve always found it more meaningful in a way to have somebody dry on my shoulder rather than laugh at a joke, although both are import aspects of being human, and being alive.

  3. Hey- I am so sorry to read about your mum! Been so caught up in my own issues I haven’t been writing here as often as I used to! I’m not going to be much help to be honest because I am terrible when it comes to communicating effectively with other people but I am so so sorry for your loss 🙁 Extremely sad to hear. I certainly know the feeling. And you feel so helpless because there is nothing you can do to bring them back </3 My sincerest condolences and I am certainly thinking of you. Thank you so much for your continued support despite your loss xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  4. Rogue, I am so, so GRATEFUL to God that you were taken to the hospital and the pills didn’t permanently harm you. I know you desperately want to join Harry. But he’s okay, he’s not aware of passing time. He has discovered Jesus face to face and he is so happy. You are brave to keep going one day at a time. As a tribute to Harry. I can tell from the photos, he was so happy with you —and will be again, at the proper time.
    Thank you for your kind words about my mother’s passing. It is easier, much, than what you are going through because she was very elderly. But we were really close; I saw her every day. I catch myself thinking, “Oh, I’ve got to tell Mama about that, she’ll laugh.” Then I remember.
    I want to share a verse in the Bible with you. I hope I quote it right. 2 Corinthians 1:3
    “Blessed be God the father of our Lord Jesus Christ, father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction.”
    Do you ever listen to you tube? There is a special song on there I think would speak your heart: When the night is falling by dennis Jernigan. Let me know what you think, okay? Hugs and love……

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