Sunday, August 11, 2019


One week and it feels like 100 years. The days dragged by slowly and felt like the clock stopped ticking the time. Saw Colton and Jacey and Harrison today. We all had a late lunch at the Olive Garden with all of us except Jeremy and his little phamily. I see how broken Harrison is but he still won't let me in. But we loved on each other with Grandfather and we played the hot wheels race track fifty times and Grammie Noelle came over and we had to play dinosaurs. He is so smart. How he knows the different names of them. Pterodactylus and Brontonaurus. He also does a very manly and low voice while he is the dinosaur of his choice. We did giggle a lot. He brought me the bunny candy dish still on the shelf and said, "Why is there no candy here?" He is still a silly boy who loves the sweet treats.
Harrison needed puppy love. They were all around him but Molly wanted a photo too. He says he loves how soft they are and how many kisses they give! Stop by Sandee's and visit Aw....Mondays.
Shirtless smiles from daddy trying to keep his little phamily with some everyday normal.
Grandfather said, of this photo, "I was honored by God, to hold a representative of heaven in my arms." His heart is broken.
Even as a small boy, Colton always tried to help everyone else smile big. Yesterday was a very beautiful day but the occasion was so sad. It is evident in my sweetheart hubby's eyes.

We tried to put on big smiles. Love these siblings, brother Bill and sister Mary. Brother Ed was out of town.
Our comfort is in Him who created us.




Theresa said...

Dear Anne, I know this has been the worst week ever:( My heart breaks for ALL of you and I will continue to keep you all in my prayers. I know you are proud of your phamily and all that they are doing to love on each other. I pray your day is full of sunshine and smiles from Heaven!

Sandee said...

Know that I'm sending you big healing hugs, honey. Love you. ♥

Brian said...

It's nice to see some smiles, even if they are difficult. Hugs to your hearts from all of us.

Mevely317 said...

Love these pictures, but yes. I see the sorrow in Avery's eyes.
Does Harrison have a dog of his own? I believe puppy love has great healing powers.

Kay G. said...

Yes, I see your husband's eyes. So sorry for your loss. I hope you feel the hugs coming to you and your family from your blogging world. x

Edna B said...

Hugging your pet is the quickest way to heal. I agree, Harrison should have a puppy of his own to love on. It's hard to get over the loss of a loved one. Time and God will help you and your family heal. I'm sending prayers for your and your family. You have a nice day, hugs, Edna B.

Dogmom Diva said...

A long, long week. Time seems to stand still im sure. Still praying for you all and wish i could give you a hug in person. Love you❤

Debbie Harris said...

Remembering you all daily.
Those words of your husband were priceless and heart warming.

Much Love to you~

Intense Guy said...

Hugs. So saddened by your loss.