I do it too, Liz. I do it too. Multiple times per day. It's horrible. I just keep hoping there will be something there. I hate doing it.
I did the same thing after my mentor and campus pastor died in 2005. It gets easier in time, but the ache never really goes away. I'm so sorry for your loss.
I do it too.
I do, too. :(
Me too. And sometimes when my phone rings, I still think it will be Eric... and that's 3.5 years later, so cut yourself some slack. It's very tough, and doesn't go away for a long time. (Part of me hopes it will, and another part of me hopes it won't. It's nice to keep remembering.)
It's only been 2 weeks - that isn't very long. Plus, we had the holidays as a distraction. I find myself thinking a lot about the funeral this week, now that I'm home.
Me too. It has been a rough two weeks - my uncle also passed away from leukemia. I am really having a hard time believing all this is true.
You are not alone.
I've checked it more than I'd like to admit, Liz. I guess I'm hoping someday Steve might post an update on how he and the boys are doing.I also search Emilie's old posts for things she had talked about that I need for reference. I really wanted to talk with her about childhood vaccines... :(
I'm guilty, too. Not just once per day. Like Missy, I keep thinking Steve might post something and then I realize it's only been a couple of weeks and he wasn't all that keen on the blog to begin with. But, I still check.
In the past week or so I've also been missing the MNLadies board - the Friday 5s, the "How was your weekend" threads, and just being in touch with everyone. I had kind of forgotten how much we all shared with each other.
I'm totally with Sarah... we really all fell away from there.
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