And in the middle of my chaos, there was you. I like to believe that I am really good at living the phrase "fake it ‘till you make it". I am a teacher and I stand in front of a classroom full of stinky kids every day and I smile. I smile when I'm mad.… Continue reading In Sickness.
"I don't need to write that down. I'll Remember it."-Everyone Aaron was a planner. I would find hand written lists on his office desk with little boxes that he drew next to each task. I always thought it was funny that he would draw a little box but he told me that he felt great… Continue reading Little Boxes
For thou art my lamp, O Lord: and the Lord will lighten my darkness.2 Samuel 22:29 "Guiding Light" By Annie Nader Have you ever woken up in the morning and your eyes hurt. You immediately think, "Ugh, I feel like I got no sleep", even though you went to bed at a reasonable time the… Continue reading A Widows Faith
Sometimes I wonder if love is worth fighting for, but then I remember your face and I'm ready for War! Shortly after Aaron died, I had a conversation with my oldest child Parker, one of many that I won't forget. He had just returned to school after staying home for several days and we were… Continue reading Painting the town BLUE
I often think back to the day that we found out that Aaron had Cancer. Saturday February 3rd, 2018 the day we lost our future. I had picked up Aaron the night before from the airport. He was returning from a business trip in Las Vegas and it had only been 2 weeks since I… Continue reading I’m sorry I couldn’t save you.