me in a mirror

Actually it´s not a mirror, but my sadness. that comes up in this time where everybody should be joyful. It´s simply, that some of my most beloved persons in the world died tragically! And the nearer Dec. 14th comes, the sadder U get. Maybe I´ll share the story of the death of my Grandma then with you, But I trust noz many of you, to make jokes or take me for an attention seeker. I don´t blame you, you weren´t there. you hadn´t the call trom Dad the next day, you hadn´t the pain in your haert at Christmas, and no Chiístmas at all that year! I  only can hope you´ll understand me then! Thx in advance. Laters Pilgrim


Just said...

Man far from you had a lot to deal with this last month.. and sorry to hear that this time of year is hard on you because what happen... It hard to shake stuff like that , and damn sure ok to feel like you do about it ...be thinkin about you ... hope the holiday season goes by fast for you ... Just

Borstal said...

the holidays are tough when we've lost loved ones, regardless of whether it was recently or decades ago. but you shouldn't be sad all the time because there are others around you that would like to see you happy, especially this time of the year. grieve, but don't forget that you have other loved ones. cheers.

- from a twitter friend

Aek said...

:-( *Hugs*

My condolences. It sounds like your grandma was truly a special person to you. Grandparents tend to have that effect.

MartininBroda said...

What can I say, you know my ear and my heart are in every hour for you to reach.

Mickle in NZ said...

Dear Pilgrim, you have already been goping through "one heck of a time" and now the anniversary of your much beloved Grandmother's passing is close.

You've reached out and folks like me are here for you, I do care - very much- about and for you. Just now I wish I could snuggle you down beside Zebbycat for a good long and relaxed sleep, to emerge a little more ready to face December and all it will bring for you.

The precious and happy memories of your Grandmother will remain. The painfull ones too right now, but they will hurt a little less every year though never be forgotten. As the granddaughter of Mavis and Betty I can offer you this.

much sincere care, concern and love, Michelle xoxoxoxoxo

Mickle in NZ said...

And goping should be "going" - proof read Mickle, proof read,

huggles and love to My favourite PhD student, xxx Michelle

(of course Zebbycat is sound asleep, sometimes he has far more sense than his Michelle)

Merche Pallarés said...

Well, well, my dearest Pilgrim what a tough month you've had and now it seems December is full of sad memories. I hate Christmas, every year I hate it more, because it's a very nostalgic time of the year, my dear... I can abide by you. Gros bisous, M.
P.S. Don't forget to give me the link to your father's interviews!!

Anonymous said...

I'm so sorry to hear all this. Sometimes everything is just against us, so it seems anyway. I've been told things happen for a reason, even if we can't see it. Maybe the reason isn't even there for us to see? Idk.

Take care.