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DEAR FRIENDS I AM GRIEVING
In the last two years I have grocery shopped for my elderly parents.
The grocery shopping became my chore when both my parents had disabling illnesses due to aging; as well I live with them, so for me to do the grocery shopping was one of the natural changes of events under the circumstances.
Today was the first time since my Dads passing I had to do the grocery shopping.
I was dreading it more than usual.
I had to hold back tears at many instances, because every time I turned around there was something I normally would had bought for my Father.
I just thought I would express that little mourning tid bit to you my friends, as away to heal.
I suppose for the most part I am doing ok.
I imagine that grieving comes in all different forms, and the lack of my Fathers presence will continue to surprise me as a loss for a long while; it is just that this grocery shopping trip struck me as a biggy.
Thank you all for being there for me during my time of loss and grieving. All your condolences have warmed and mended my heart in the last few weeks.
Friends always make a difference in getting through tuff times and the restoring of health whether it be physical or emotional health. You my loving friends have shown so much kindness that it almost leaves me speechless. ((((THANK YOU BIG TIME!)))))
Blessings to All and Pure Loving Hugs,
I wish there was a way to put all my net friends condolences on here too. My Facebook and HUB friends have also given me overwhelming support.
Love you Dad and Miss you more than you could ever imagine.
Lisa J. Warner