My 4 yr old daughter is going through the anger phase of her grief now I guess. She told me the other day, " Mommy you shouldn't have let Granny die". My breath just caught in my throat. Then calmly I explained to her that I didn't allow her granny to die. That there was nothing I could do to stop her from dying. I told her that God wanted Granny to be one of his angels and that when he is ready for us to be an angel he takes us with him. I hope this appeased her she didn't say anything more about it. I was just so taken aback that she thought I would allow my mom to die. I am ok though I didn't let it upset me really bad because that would have made her even more upset with me. I am just amazed that she would even think something like that. I hope that she too can find some peace in all this very soon. She is the one of my children that is always thinking all the time and never forgets a thing. So I never know what is going through her mind at any given time.
Posts You May Be Interested In
A friend sent this to me..As far as I can see, grief will never truly end.It may become softer overtime, more gentleand some days will feel sharp.But grief will last as long as Love does - ForeverIt's simply the way the absence of your loved onemanifests in your heart. A deep longing accompaniedby the deepest Love some days. The heavy fog mayreturn and the next day, it may recede.Once again, it's...
Today is my 25th birthday, to my somewhat lack of surprise I can see already no one really seems to care. I've always been the kinda person to make sure that everyone I Care about feels appreciated and knew somebody had their back. I can count 4 times this year when I Went out of my way to make sure a "friend" felt good on their birthday, especially if they got left hanging. Its early in the...