Sometimes words are not enough 6

I don’t know what to say and it is not often that I am stuck for words.  I want to say a big thank you for all my friends in the big wide world for all the support, love and kind messages over the last few weeks.  However, thank you just doesn’t seem enough.

Some of you I have met in person, some of you I have never met in real life at all, but you have all played a very big part in keeping me sane recently.

I want to say the biggest thank you to my sister in law, who I am still getting to know and the parts I do are wonderful, caring and filled with love.

I know that my life will never be the same again, no that isn’t true, I know that I will never be the same again.  That these things, losses, pain and heartache shape us.  I understand that it is our reactions and responses to these incidents that make us the people we are.

6 thoughts on “Sometimes words are not enough

  • Carole

    Loosing your Mum is the hardest thing to bear and I know the heartache you are feeling right now, and also know that it will take a very, very, long time for you to come to terms with your loss. Grief is something we have to work through and it is not an easy, or a quick process.

    You have good friends, family and of course your boys who will help you on this journey, a journey you would rather not travel, but wheels have been sent in motion and you cannot get off.

    Trust me with time the pain and hurt you feel right now will not be as raw and you will in time be able to remember your lovely Mum without that gut wrenching feeling of loss in your heart.

    You will have good days and bad days, but be kind to yourself and remember you are not alone.


  • Betty

    Yes, you will have changed but you will always have your mum with you inside as she is part of you and who you have become … and you will see glimpses of her in your children too sometimes and over time it will make you smile and not feel sad. Betty.

  • Gemma

    Jen you are a wonderful person and you will always have support from the bloggy world. You don’t even need to thank anyone, we all do what comes naturally and that shows how highly we all think of you.

    Take care and thank you for your continued support of us, especially with all you have had to deal with this past month.

    Much love xx

  • Susan Mann

    You are doing fantastic, I am so proud of you. It is so easy just to shut yourself away. I know that’s how I felt when my dad died. He was my rock. But life does go on whether you want it to or not and you are amazing. You have so much love and support around you which will help you get there. xx

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