A death in the family

Yesterday Our second oldest son died of a heart attack. He was only 36 year. Our family is devastated. Hubby and I are in a state of shock. We are numb with disbelief that this has really happened. Excuse me for not posting for a while. Please have our family in your prayers in our time of need.

Posted on October 9, 2016, in Everyday Life. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Oh Honey! What terrible news. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Words are just not adequate at this time. With love, Sharon

    • Thank you Sharon for your condolences. We both walked around in a state of chock. Grief is an unfathomable experience… I know he is with God. That gives me comfort.Thank you for your prayers. That means more than I can say.

  2. So sorry, Puppies, How awful.

  3. So sorry to hear about your son, you must both be devastated.

    • Thank you so much for his condolences. You are right we have been devastated. We have been in a state of chock. I have been in a serious state of denial. The closer we came to the chapel for his funeral service the reality set it and the desperation and bargaining began. Our sons memorial services were on the 27th. We said our good byes to him.

  4. I have put a “like” for want of anything better, but please accept my condolences for losing your son at such a young age. You always think you’ll be the first to go, not your children. Take care and sending you hugs and love. One step at a time.

    • Thank for your concern and condolences. We met a young man from Rwanda on our trip to our sons memorial. I was trying hard to be strong. He told me ,” Be strong Mamma, remember death is a part of life”. He touched my shoulder as he said it holding his fist to his heart… It so moved me. God sends hugs and comfort in so many ways.

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