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Grief

Wake-up

take the dog out

cry

feed the dog

feed yourself

close your eyes, think of her

Josh wakes up

lay around

ice breasts down

watch tv

change breast pads

cry

close your eyes, think of her

Josh takes the dog out

eat something

lay around

ice breast down

watch a movie

try to laugh

play with the dog

eat something

look at pictures of her

cry

hold on to Josh

close your eyes, remember every detail of her

cry

watch tv

Josh takes the dog out

change breast pads

cry

go to sleep

wake up 2-3 times a night feeling something is wrong

pet the dog/pet the cat

cry

watch tv

go back to sleep

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6 thoughts on “Grief

  1. myhopejar says:

    Oh hon. I have no words. Just know you are not alone. When I lost my son, I went through the motions for a long time. I wish I could say I got over it, but that’s impossible. I will never get over the life and loss of my son, but it does get easier.

    A quote that says it all…

    “Do not judge the bereaved mother.
    She comes in many forms.
    She is breathing, but she is dying.
    She may look young, but inside she has become ancient.
    She smiles, but her heart sobs.
    She walks, she talks, she cooks, she cleans, she works, she IS,
    but she IS NOT, all at once.
    She is here, but part of her is elsewhere for eternity.”

    Author Unknown

    Big Hug ❤

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