Thursday, February 26, 2009

Save the date

I hate anniversaries. Especially anniversaries of losing someone. Whether it be a boy who broke your heart or your favorite grandma. This week marks the one year of my grandma's passing. I hadn't thought of it much in awhile. I was supposed to work a K-Love event this weekend and it dawned on me... I was supposed to work the same event last year, but ended up not. As soon as I made this realization, I became ho hum. Not in a depressed sort of way, but in a... "I miss her" sort of way.

How long does it take for grieving to end? In the last couple of years I've wondered how to go through the motions to get to the end. Not sure that ever happens, but I'll manage. I always do.

Who's glad it's Friday?! :)


KC Mom said...

I'm sorry your grieving today. I hope you will feel some peace.

BeeHappy said...

*Hugs* Keep your head up! :)

Anonymous said...

I don't think grieving ever ends. Its kind of a reminder of the person and hole they left in our lives. Over time, I think the hurt part of grieving becomes comfort, that in someway that person will always be with you.


Cathy said...

I lost my grandma in 1997. I still miss her and get teary when a memory comes flooding back. The pain is not so bad anymore, but I don't think I'll ever stop missing her.