Wednesday, February 11, 2009

He hung the moon

This past week-end was the anniversary of the day of Jay's accident. As that day approached, we wondered what should we do? We had lots of family coming to be with us. I kept asking Stacy, what do we do? As it turned out, we do nothing. Just being together was what we needed to do. They needed us as much as we needed them. We hung out together, we laughed, we cried, we hugged and we loved each other. That's just what we do.
Tonight I went down to Mindy and Louis's house for a little while. On the way home I turned off the radio so I could just talk to Jay and to God. I thanked God for giving me the most awesome family and friends. I couldn't get thru a single day without them. I talked to Jay like he was sitting there in the car with me. Even tho he doesn't answer, I know he still hears me. And then as I drove home, I looked up and saw the most amazing moon.
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It seemed like it was right above my house. I always thought that Jay hung the moon and tonight he put it right above home for me.

3 comments:

CeAnne said...

Prayer is the best healer and consoler. I have found one book particular useful and comforting to me in the last 7 months with loosing both of my grandparents. It was a gift to me from some friends of the family that own a Catholic goods store online. The book is called The Purgation Manual. Its full of many helpful prayers, and daily devotions. You can find it online at www.moscompany.com

May God Bless you and Keep you

Sharon said...

Oh, you are so sweet. My heart goes out to you during this tough time. You amaze me at how well you are doing. Jay sounds like he was just an amazing man. I love the beautiful moon! How neat to think of it as a gift from him.

Thank you so very much for your supportive comments. I am so thankful for you as a blogger friend! I can't wait to meet you guys in just a couple of weeks!

Love, Sharon

BittersweetPunkin said...

I'm sure Jay was there with you....it's a nice thought.