The First Holiday


Feeling gratitude and not expressing it, is like wrapping a present and not giving it ~ William Arthur Ward

I have  heard it say that the first holiday without your loved one is always the toughest.  I dedicate this post to everyone who, like me, is experiencing ‘The First Holiday’ without the one they love.

I am grateful to all our family and friends for helping me heal…Never pass up an opportunity to love!

HoldTight

Happy Thanks-Caregiving

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4 responses to “The First Holiday

  1. There are so many “firsts” after the death of a loved one. Just when you think you’ve reached and passed all of them, another meaningful occasion appears before you. The “firsts” are more difficult than the “seconds”. You’ll make it; I know you will.

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    Hi Chris, Have been thinking about you but since I didn’t call there is no way you would know that.My children were here and two almost relatives. we were 9 and everything went well.Speak with you soon. love from Harriet and Ed

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