Tag Archives: grief

Random thoughts from the valley

Ten days ago we found out that our babies had died. I’m not even close to being ready to write a nice, neat blog post outlining all that God has taught me through this and how I’m going to move … Continue reading

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Why did this happen? A re-post

**I originally published this post last summer but I’m reposting it today because it’s been on my heart again. Last week the 11 year old niece of a church member was killed in a 4-wheeler accident. Also very recently, another … Continue reading

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Life goes on…

This was a week of difficult firsts for me.  First Thanksgiving since Grandmother’s stroke, first Thanksgiving since Granddaddy died, first time back to Somerset since Granddaddy died, first time back at the nursing home where he died since the night … Continue reading

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The path right now

It’s been a hard year for my family and some of our closest friends.  Since last December, we’ve faced stroke, difficult work situations for different people, adjusting to loved ones moving to the nursing home, a heartwrenching and heartbreaking end to … Continue reading

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The baby I didn’t know I wanted

About four or five weeks ago I started to get suspicious.  It was improbable that my suspicions were true, because we had been being more careful than probably any other time in our marriage, but as days went by those suspicions … Continue reading

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