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August 20, 2007



I'm sorry for your loss, and particularly sorry that your husband can't/won't make it to the funeral.

Thank you for your sacrifice, and for your husband's service to our country. :)

Love your blog.


Hey. You're in this for a reason. And you're strong enough to get through it. That's why you can sit here and pound the keys and let that pile get bigger. Because when it's time, when you're ready, it will happen. You will pull it all together. It's what you do. You know, too, that he struggled hard with the decision. It's eating you. You know it's eating him. Help him get through it....that'll help you.


My thoughts are with you on this one, my friend. Not sure how I'd deal, but I know, for certain, that you surely will. Many prayers coming your way.


Oh girl. I am so sorry that all of this is going on for you. I am so sorry for your loss and for you having to shoulder all this. I will be in prayer for you guys. It will be such a blessing to the family for you to be there with the kids - kids are so precious during the hard times and your efforts will be so appreciated by everyone. Hugs to you and the kids. Lots of hugs.

Sarah Eberling I'm sorry you're having to go through this on your own and wish there was something I could do to help. I won't try to give sage advice because I don't have any. Know my thoughts and prayers are with you though. Good luck in Oregon and good luck with the boys, all 3 of them. I love you all and miss you terribly. I promise things will get better; They have to.

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