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Senioritis

The fun part of this time of year is starting. All of Will's friends and other kids his age are doing traditional senior things. The senior kids at our church put on a Maundy Thursday service that made me cry. I used to teach some of the these kids Sunday School. Poor Andrew had to sit next to his mom while she lost it yet again. I'll be glad when May is over.

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tx_cronopio
Apr. 14th, 2006 02:05 am (UTC)
I cannot even imagine. I'll be keeping you in my thoughts. xox
lonestarslp
Apr. 15th, 2006 11:42 am (UTC)
Thank you!
gurdonark
Apr. 16th, 2006 10:00 pm (UTC)
I know this is hard, as you know.

Today I saw this quote, which meant something to me. Although I don't like the use of quotes as platitudes to answer problems, I thought you might appreciate tihs quote to, for what is is:

"Nothing can make up for the absence of someone, whom we love, and it would be wrong to try to find a substitute; we must simply hold out and see it through. That sounds very hard at first, but at the same time it is a great consolation, for the gap, as long as it remains unfilled, preserves the bonds between us. It is nonsense to say that God fills the gap; God doesn't fill it, but on the contrary, keeps it empty and so helps us to keep alive our former communion with each other, even at the cost of pain"--Dietrich Bonhoeffer

I will never lose that gap. I would hate to lose that gap.
lonestarslp
Apr. 17th, 2006 01:59 pm (UTC)
That's a great quote. I definitely never want to lose the gap that Will made, because I don't want to lose my relationship with him. He deserves to be always remembered.
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