March 30, 1938 – October 7, 2020
Today is the anniversary of the day I lost you and for a time it felt as though my life had ended too. It is surreal you are gone and I will never see you or laugh with you again.
I have grieved your loss every day and the loss has taught me many things and now I face each day with hope and happy memories. They tell me life’s a journey that will take many years.
Your influence guides me and I always feel you near. There are days I look for you with thoughts I would love to share. What we shared will never die and it lives within my heart. Your memory brings me comfort and strength.
I struggle and wish you were near but most days I spend in gratitude that you were here.
You left your blueprint in my mind, your handprint on my heart and your imprint on my soul.