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Saturday, January 21, 2012

I miss her so.

Do you have someone in your life that you can tell anything too? Someone who doesn't judge even it you are being mean, or hurtful or just plain wrong.  Someone who offers support, whatever the circumstances, no questions asked.  Someone who lets you rage, whine, cry , someone who giggles with you, tells you if the jeans make you look fat,  If you have someone like that in your life, cherish them, let them know how much you love them, cause someday something might happen and they might leave you.  Leave you with out the chance to even say good bye. I can't believe it has been over four months since Judy passed.  It seems like I miss her more and more each day.  There is just this deep longing to talk to her.  That's what I miss terribly, our talks, we could talk for hours every Sunday on skype.  She would kill me for posting this picture, we were both a little chubby when this was taken, but this is what we did, talked and listened. Oh Lord I miss it so much. 


  1. I know, Joyce, I know the feeling. It is ok though....we will be ok one day. We have to hang onto that...We could have missed the pain but we would have missed the dance. I don't think either one of us would want that...xoxo

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    2. I know you are right but sometimes I miss her so.

  2. I think you both look beautiful. You missing her is a beautiful testimony to her life as a caring person. Keep going for her too; live it up enough for the both of you, it's the best way to honor the life of the person who has gone before you...to make it count for both of you and it is healing. You have been so blessed to have such a close bond with her. My sister is my buddy; it's wonderful to have "that" person in your life, but once they are physically gone, they're still in your heart and mind.


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  4. Mom wouldn't want this, you know? She wouldn't want you to be in so much pain. I have to tell myself that sometimes too. There are days I still can't believe she won't be there if pick up the phone or send her an email. While it isn't anywhere near the same, I know she is with me. The hard part is that sometimes when I feel her presence the most I miss her even more, but I don't ever want to NOT feel her with me. Does that make sense?

    For now I have to have faith that Mom is with me just like I have faith that God is with me. Much easier said than done sometimes.

    Sending much love and hugs to you. Heather