Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Really missing Clint tonight. I feel like I'm failing at this single parenting business, it sucks!! I miss having him take over when he'd get home from work. I miss being able to call him and tell him the boys are driving me crazy. I miss asking him what to do when they just keep pushing all my buttons. I just miss him! It's been long enough, I just want him back!
I know how lucky I am to have my boys. They are so amazing and I'm truly blessed to be their mom. But everything just seemed so much easier when there were two of us to figure it all out.
But here's to hoping I can still figure it out. One day at a time...

4 comments:

The Crash Test Dummy said...

You always make me tear up. I am so sorry you are going through this. I love your honesty. AMEN to all of it. I don't know how you do it. Or why you have to.

I think of you still and hope for you.

I am writing a book called The Magic Quilt. The objective is to share stories that might bring comfort to others who are grieving as well, and let them know they are not alone. I am wondering if I could use pieces of some of your posts to include.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for blogging and sharing your life. My teenaged son recently died of AML after almost five years of treatment - three bone marrow transplants. We tried so hard and like you, I dedicated everything I had to his survival and our family life. I am struggling every day. I am sorry you lost Clint, but thankful that some of the things I experience every day I can read you have experienced too so I feel less alone. I wonder though, since you stopped blogging in 2012, if it will ever get better.

hyrum ramirez said...

My name is Hyrum and I knew Clint. We served together in Detroit and in fact he was my trainer. I spent six months with him and came to know him really well. Unfortunately I am not very web social. No Facebook or Twitter but I found out barely today of his passing. I was shocked and so was my wife since I would always to her about him. What a great guy he was. Tell your boys we will remember them in our prayers and that their Dad really made an impact in people's lives including mine. Clint was strong in Life and his memory will continue inspiring generations. May the Lord bless you always and be sure that you will see him again. And I hope to shake his hand one more time. Hyrum Ramirez from California

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