I don't know how many of you have jobs outside the home but i do and today was a very difficult day for me. I lost Karina Joy on January 9th, 2009. I took 3 weeks off and had to return to work today which was very very difficult. I drove by the hospital that i delivered her, i drove to work for the first time without my baby girl in my belly and not having to recline my seat waaay back, i walked in to my office with no pregant belly, nor a baby to show for it, i had to sit at my desk where my calendar was plastered with appointments and her due date with a big smiley face, i had to see people that hadn't seen me since i was pregnant with her and all smiles because my due date was nearing. It was horrible and i cried off and on all day. My coworker told me that my eyes looked empty and i looked lost. That is exactly how i felt and i couldn't wait to get to my car so i could cry all the way home! Does it ever start to feel better for us? I will never be the same i know, but i wonder if the pain ever eases............
Posts You May Be Interested In
I miss traveling with my husband. Has anyone found a specific site regarding cruising for widow/widowers or any sightseeing trips. Not interested in being with couples and kids,,,I realize a cruise ship will have a portion size of families and couples, but perhaps they also put together a part of the cruise ship for groups of widows/widowers????
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...