Dear God remembering is so hard! I miss my baby girl so much. Will it ever get easier? Will the pain go away?
I had stopped all visits. It was family time. Our little family united in the trauma of our loved one’s dying.
The boys were back at school on the 9th of January. On Monday, the 14th of January, it was Jon-Daniel’s academic awards evening. Vic had so desperately wanted to attend. The Sunday evening she begged me to please promise her that she would attend. I promised her, knowing that it was a death-bed promise I would not be able to honour.
Sunday night, the 13th of January 2013, Vic gently slipped into a semi-coma. She was no longer conscious of what was happening to her and around her. She was only able to respond by blinking her eyes…
Monday morning Vic woke up….She was alert and asked to go to the toilet. She was unable to stand on her own and Primrose and I half-carried her… Her…
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2 thoughts on “Setting Vic free 14.1.2013”
I’m so sorry, Tersia. I pray your pain eases – I do believe it will get easier for you. But it’s never easy, especially because you were so close with Vic. Your bond was deeper than most people could imagine. That bond is still there and the ache is endless. Keep expressing your pain; grief is lonely. Thinking of you.
i am sorry to say this helped me to read again. we were talking a few nights ago and as my time draws closer i find myself only wanting my love with me. you validate that feeling for me.
there will never be any words to lessen the pain and for that i feel such sorrow. the thing that heals me is reading how you are having a good time with other family and friends. not that you ever forget her but maybe in those moments you find some joy. you let it in and it becomes you.
love and hugs
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