I actually cried some last night too... but I'm fine. I just still feel bad for never really getting to know her. I always thought that she was a cool person and everything, and I knew that we had several things in common, but I only talked to her directly a few times...
She left many of us behind. She left us heartbroken. And though we cry now there'll come a time when we'll laugh. Because we'll see her again someday. We'll be with her in heaven. And when we go to heaven she'll be there to greet us. She'll be there to say "Welcome home." -From a poem that SnC wrote about her grandmother
still miss her...probably always will on here. I still occasionally forget that she's not here and think "oh, I hope she replies to this post, she'll have something good to say!" and then remember and have to correct myself I still sometimes expect her wit or wisdom in some topics...and really miss her when I realize that it could be a long time before I ever hear it again. There's still a "hole" on the board, despite moving on and functioning without her for 3 months. I also think of her and her boyfriend every time I hear about a serious accident, particularly when I hear it involves a commercial truck...it's crazy how the brain doesn't always kick in and change the thoughts to accurately reflect what is going on. Sometimes I'm glad that I think about her because she was such an inspiration, but other times I'm not so glad because it makes me miss her more.
It was good knowing you StrongNChrist; you taught me a lot. I'll meet you someday for real in God's presence.
Which Jesus do you follow? If Ephesians says to imitate Christ, why do you look so much like the world?~Todd Agnew
Do not be anxious about anything...~Phil 4:6-7
If more of us valued food, cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.~Tolkien
Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.~J Adams
Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.~B Franklin
I died and became a Roman Soldier--It was rather distracting.~Rory (Dr.Who)
When I don't think about it....everything seems okay. But then I'll read a conversation I once had with her, see some of the fun things we did together online....and I fall apart. I cry bitterly every so often, simply because I cannot help it. I miss her more than I did at first, I believe.
I sadly was not around before Lisa died. I started looking at the ToO mid April. I wish I had known her she seemed like a lovely person from what I've read. But I do know how so many of you feel. I lost a friend as well, 8 months ago today she took her life. She was almost a mirror image of Lisa, she loved God with all of her heart. She and Lisa both have a place in my heart forever.
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EMBEE wrote:I just still feel bad for never really getting to know her. I always thought that she was a cool person and everything, and I knew that we had several things in common, but I only talked to her directly a few times...