About Me : Debbie Sue (Sarah)

sarahkasch@hotmail.com You can email me here anytime you want to about anything. I am an open book. Or I will try to be.
You can message as much as you want to.
I try and get there at least once a day. At least every other day.

Welcome to Sarah’s Attic of Treasures. I post pictures quotes, recipes and anything I like. This includes SHARING OTHER BLOGGERS AND THEIR BLOGS HERE AND ELSEWHERE. It’s a Treasure Chest of Goodies. Smile. You never know whose day you may brighten.

I started this blog in March 2015. I had no idea what I was doing or what to expect.
I just knew I needed an outlet.

Photos and other things last added on July 28, 2015.

As I stumble through my Facebook accounts, pages and groups, the 3 blogs I have started (this being one of them) and all of the other social media platforms I seem to have connected to I find myself LOST in a world I can’t keep up with.
My name is an issue. Am I Debbie Or Sarah  or Sarah Sue? My names are a story ALL their own. (I have a whole post called AM I Debbie Or Sarah In a Sticky Note)
I started with one email account: ralphiejr1@yahoo.com in the mid 90’s.
(Ralphie Jr. was a pet rabbit from when I still lived on the farm) It was all I needed.
Then when Danny and I got together and were emailing each other, I wanted one HE could remember. So I started one at Juno.
Somehow, I have 6 of them. 2 are state emails.
I never remember what email and password I used for which site/blog.
Have I confused you yet?
10 years ago. I was Debbie Sue Kasch. Single Mom. Teacher. Daughter.   Living in Colorado and loving it.

John, Mom, Dad, Me, Donna and Bobby, 1998
John, Mom, Dad, Me, Donna and Bobby, 1998
Mom, Donna and Bobby 2004 Colorado
Mom, Donna and Bobby
2004
Colorado
Bobby age 24
Bobby age 24
Mike, Tyler Bobby and Alex. Bobby's Cousins and a friend's little boy. 2004
Mike, Tyler Bobby and Alex.
Bobby’s Cousins and a friend’s little boy.
2004
Me First picture Danny ever saw of me. 2004.
Me
First picture Danny ever saw of me. 2004.
Me - Colorado Happy times. 2005
Me – Colorado
Happy times.
2005
2 of the many kids I helped raise. Colorado. 2004
2 of the many kids I helped raise.
Colorado. 2004
I had kids with me all the time.
I had kids with me all the time.
Home. Colorado 2004
Home.
Colorado 2004
Cripple Creek, Colorado One of my favorite place to go.
Cripple Creek, Colorado
One of my favorite place to go.
Behind Cheyenne Mountain, Outside of Colorado Springs......
Behind Cheyenne Mountain,
Outside of Colorado Springs……
Beautiful.
Beautiful.

This is where I played back then.

Bobby 2004
Bobby 2004

9 years ago. I married and moved to Florida  AFTER my only child died. Bobby was 25.
Almost 26.
Am I still a mom? In my Heart :YES!!!!
Am I still a teacher? Yes.
I was born Debra Sue Kasch in Illinois.  I am 56 years young.
I had an awesome childhood and had the best parents a child could possibly have.

I was a raised by a teacher and nurse.
I am also a farmer’s daughter.
We had a small farm, 160 acres called Cedar Manor Stock Farm.
It was a wonderful life. We raised and grew most of our food.

Bobby 3 months old. 1980
Bobby
3 months old.
1980
Bobby and 3 of his cousins, a friend and I. La Veta, Colorado 1985
Bobby and 3 of his cousins, a friend and I. La Veta, Colorado 1985

Bobby was born July 17, 1980 in Grafton, Illinois.
The two of us moved to Colorado in 1982 when Bobby was 2 years old.

Bobby and I 1982
Bobby and I
1982
A church photo. 1994? Mom, Bobby Mike, leah and Tyler.
A church photo. 1994?
Mom, Bobby Mike, leah and Tyler.
Bobby and I at my grandparent's house. Colorado 1984.
Bobby and I at my grandparent’s house.
Colorado 1984.
Bobby and His momma 1994.
Bobby and His momma
1994.
Danny and I Bok, Tower Gardens, 2005 Early Days Danny worked there as a gardener.
Danny and I
Bok, Tower Gardens, 2005 Early Days
Danny worked there as a gardener.

I taught School for 17 years before starting a daycare/preschool, after school program in my home.
We loved it there and I never planned on leaving it.
Until I met Danny.
That is a story for a post or 2 all it’s own.
It was a love story from the beginning.

Our driveway and a deer we see every day.
Our driveway and a deer we see every day.
Our House.... 1940's restored Cracker House
Our House….
1940’s restored Cracker House
 Mr. Bojangles
Mr. Bojangles

Do I work?
Yes. Hard. When I can.
What do I do?
I volunteer at the same state park where Danny works as a ranger. Lake Kissimmee State Park, Lake Wales, Florida.
We live on adjoining state property called Rolling Meadows Ranch. Managed by LKSP. Danny and I live in a restored Cracker House surrounded by cow pastures and lot’s of cows. Our visitors are the animal variety. Deer, turkeys, sandhill cranes and other wildlife are in our yard on a daily basis. No feeding allowed  either.
We have a cat name Mr. Bojangles and a rabbit named Vittles.

Mr. Bojangles
Mr. Bojangles
Vittles was waiting for his carrots and lettuce.
Vittles was waiting for his carrots and lettuce.
Working on a Prescribed Burn on Rolling Meadows Ranch- right in back of where we live now.
Working on a Prescribed Burn on Rolling Meadows Ranch- right in back of where we live now.
Grand Opening Of Our Kayak Launch and Dock - A huge year and a half project Danny was given. Only 4 people at the park knew about it for the first year...Danny and I. Our manager and assistant manager. Hush Hush It was a labor of love for Danny and I.
Grand Opening Of Our Kayak Launch and Dock – A huge year and a half project Danny was given. Only 4 people at the park knew about it for the first year…Danny and I. Our manager and assistant manager. Hush Hush
It was a labor of love for Danny and I.
Our First Roundup at the Lake Kissimmee State Park. Working and playing. 2007
Our First Roundup at the Lake Kissimmee State Park. Working and playing. 2007
One of Lake Kissimmee State Park Service paths and trails
One of Lake Kissimmee State Park Service paths and trails
Flooding On Rolling Meadows Ranch where we live. Our yard is a bit higher than it is here.
Flooding On Rolling Meadows Ranch where we live. Our yard is a bit higher than it is here.
Dad is on the far left. My family at Mom's Memorial Dinner. 2014
Dad is on the far left.
My family at Mom’s Memorial Dinner. 2014
Danny playing with Mr. Bojangles .
Danny playing with Mr. Bojangles .
Good night From Rolling Meadows Ranch and Our Neck Of The Woods
Good night From Rolling Meadows Ranch and Our Neck Of The Woods
Good Evening From Our Neck Of The Woods This was taken on Rolling Meadows Ranch
Good Evening From Our Neck Of The Woods This was taken on Rolling Meadows Ranch
DOne for the DAY. It was before NOON and already 96 out. I'd mowed as much as I could for the day.
DOne for the DAY. It was before NOON and already 96 out. I’d mowed as much as I could for the day.
The right coming into Rolling Meadows
The right coming into Rolling Meadows
I miss being able to drive the tractor and Mowing the larger areas. I got BEHIND.
I miss being able to drive the tractor and Mowing the larger areas.
I got BEHIND.
Early Days At Rolling Meadows Ranch. Before it ALL Started over here. We were still at the park.
Early Days At Rolling Meadows Ranch. Before it ALL Started over here. We were still at the park.
Restoration Of The Cracker House....An inside job....meaning park staff and one stupid volunteer....me
Restoration Of The Cracker House….An inside job….meaning park staff and one stupid volunteer….me
Our Home At Lake Kissimmee State Park. Site 62. Day Use Area. We lived in the RV for 5 years.
Our Home At Lake Kissimmee State Park. Site 62. Day Use Area.
We lived in the RV for 5 years.

Two- legged  visitors are allowed access through a locked entrance gate a mile down the road.

I also volunteer on Rolling Meadows Ranch. More here than at the park any more.

This was an old sod farm and before that it was a tomato farm.
The state is in the process of restoring the property back to a more native state.

We (Danny and I) put in mile markers for all of our trails. Over 17 miles of them. It took a week. I was NOT good at digging post holes so I carried the posts and set them up.
We (Danny and I) put in mile markers for all of our trails. Over 17 miles of them. It took a week. I was NOT good at digging post holes so I carried the posts and set them up.
Danny. Working on mile marker signs.
Danny. Working on mile marker signs.
Danny and I were told to take a couple of ATV'S and go see how bad the flooding was at the park. We rode all over. And got MUDDY. Wet. We had a blast. Then we had to clean the ATV's.
Danny and I were told to take a couple of ATV’S and go see how bad the flooding was at the park. We rode all over. And got MUDDY. Wet. We had a blast.
Then we had to clean the ATV’s.
Lucky Girl and I at the shop at the park. Danny and I raised her. We found her right after she was born. Mom couldn't take care of her so we did. Bottle fed her every 4- 6 hours for week. The less often. She was a life saver for me. This all happened shortly after Bobby Died. She was Born November 3, 2007.
Lucky Girl and I at the shop at the park. Danny and I raised her. We found her right after she was born. Mom couldn’t take care of her so we did. Bottle fed her every 4- 6 hours for week. The less often.
She was a life saver for me. This all happened shortly after Bobby Died. She was Born November 3, 2007.
One of our events. I was leading a group of adults and kids on a hike. 2009?
One of our events. I was leading a group of adults and kids on a hike. 2009?
Vittles. Just after Danny found him on Good Friday. 2010. My Easter Bunny. He lived outside our RV and house till just a few months ago.
Vittles. Just after Danny found him on Good Friday. 2010. My Easter Bunny. He lived outside our RV and house till just a few months ago.
Working on the restoration project with water management.
Working on the restoration project with water management.
Watching a group of kids at the park.
Watching a group of kids at the park.
Danny and I were part of the State's UTAPPING Team for a few years. We went to other parks and our won and did trail work..
Danny and I were part of the State’s UTAPPING Team for a few years. We went to other parks and our won and did trail work..
UTAPPING
UTAPPING
Exotic Spraying here at Rolling Meadows Ranch
Exotic Spraying here at Rolling Meadows Ranch
A Mother's Day Pic for Me
A Mother’s Day Pic for Me

Danny has always called me by my nickname from high school so in Florida I am Sarah.
My family and others call me Debbie.
So many changes.
Still grieving, both Bobby and my mom who recently went to Heaven.

Behind My Smile
Behind My Smile
.This is the photo Danny took of me. Danny and I were both working over Spring Break at Lake Kissimmee State Park
.This is the photo Danny took of me.
Danny and I were both working over Spring Break at Lake Kissimmee State Park
Bobby and Danny. Top Of Pike's Peak in Colorado/Easter weekend 2006. One month before he died.
Bobby and Danny. Top Of Pike’s Peak in Colorado/Easter weekend
2006.
One month before he died.
Bobby, Danny and I.... Better Days In Colorado...One month before Bobby died.
Bobby, Danny and I…. Better Days In Colorado…One month before Bobby died.
Danny and I : A quick lunch at Hooter's
Danny and I : A quick lunch at Hooter’s

Health issues have taken a huge toll on me and I am housebound most of the time any more. Missing work. Missing working with Danny.
Missing my family.
Missing the life I had in Colorado.
Missing Bobby.
Missing Mom.

Mom and Dad 2004
Mom and Dad
2004
Newlyweds1957
Newlyweds  1957
The last pair of booties mom was working on.
The last pair of booties mom was working on.
Donna and her hubby, Jim and Dad.... Thanksgiving in Illinois. First one without mom. First time home in 9 years. For me.
Donna and her hubby, Jim and Dad….
Thanksgiving in Illinois. First one without mom. First time home in 9 years. For me.
Dad and I . Thanksgiving 2014
Dad and I . Thanksgiving 2014
Missing me. I was 17 years old here.
Missing me.
I was 17 years old here.
Home on the farm.
Home on the farm.
Me - Colorado Happy times. 2005 I miss THAT Person.
Me – Colorado
Happy times.
2005
I miss THAT Person.

Missing Me. I got lost somewhere along the way.
Now I am questioning so many things. I feel displace. LOST.
I am reaching out.
This blog is my way of doing just that.
So thank you for dropping by here. I hope you like it here and visit from time to time.
If you leave a message, I will be glad to drop in to visit you.
HUGS
Sarah

213 thoughts on “About Me : Debbie Sue (Sarah)

    1. Lori, I need to post more about Our Neck Of The Woods and Park Life. I have been stuck at home due to health reasons and I forget that I have years events and activities to write about. Or repost.
      I loved ok forward to getting to know you as well.
      Have a wonderful week.

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    1. Theo, You just made my week.
      I haven’t been able to get to the comments in a few days. Shame on me. This message is the first one I have seen. Thank you my friend.
      Wishing you the best. I am so glad you are going to start again.
      Love and Hugs,
      Sarah

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      1. Hey Sarah,
        Thank you to follow me on my Blog.
        Would you like to be friends on Facebook
        There are many believers among my followers, you certainly will warmly welcome.
        Besides, when I recently posted one of your posts on Facebook, I have previously received a lot of positive comments.
        You can certainly put English lyrics, most of my followers still speak English, it is an international gemeenschapje in Belgium.
        Have a nice week-end
        Theo
        Here the link to my facebook

        https://www.facebook.com/theo.herbots.7

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  1. My Dear Sarah, I have just read again your about me page. I guess I will not get tired of reading it again. It helps me to see and know new things about you each time and makes me feel I am there with you especially when I look at your photos. You really look gorgeous at 17. I wonder what subject you taught at school. Lucky girl, Mr. Bojangles and Vittles are adorable. I would love to have a walk with you in that park and watch the sunset and sunrise while we talk about God, life and anything. My love goes for you always…Shine.

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    1. Elementary classes, most of the time…. I taught kids ages 7, 8, 9 an 10 more than any other age. So with them I taught everything but gym, music and art.
      I taught English Literature for years to the older kids. A couple of Government classes as well.
      Love you.
      I have had a chance to visit my email in 2 days.
      Love Sarah

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  2. Hello Sarah! What an amazing site! Your ‘About page’ is so full, so rich and I believe it’s a reflection of the richness of your heart and mind. I got really inspired reading your story and the comments. My prayer is that God may grant you the grace to see your dreams come true.

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  3. Dearest Sarah,

    I’ve always loved your post and your comments:) but this was the first time reading your about me page. Your incredible journey proves how you become stronger and wiser through life and love. Your love for everyone around you seems to radiate through people’s lives. Thank you. I nominated you for a Liebster Award -http://keepinupappearances.com/2015/09/29/getting-to-know-you/

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  4. hi sarah, nice to meet u. it is always nice to come across people like you – this post says so much about u and your life. i appreciate it. the concept of your blog is really fabulous. keep blogging and keep in touch! my best wishes for a happy and successful life!

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  5. I’ve enjoyed reading your site, and getting to know you. I want to recommend it to more people via the Blogger Recognition Award. I know not everyone participates in the awards system, and if you don’t, I completely understand. But you can find the details at http://wp.me/p6s2CE-8i if you’re interested. Either way, please take it as a sign of my regard for your site!

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    1. Tracey, I love being nominated . It brings tears to my eyes and smiles to my heart.
      I will try. I just have trouble keeping up with Comments (which I live for) and reading what few blogs I have time for.
      I really am glad we have connected. Enjoy your weekend. Have fun. Be happy. HUGS

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      1. Sarah, I know what you mean! I’m still so new to this, and I’m struggling to find the right balance. I do make sure to respond to my comments, and I sometimes just get so carried away reading on new sites that I almost forget to post! My school year has started back, and I feel like I’m always running, but I love everything I’m doing, so what more can you ask for? HUGS back!

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        1. Yep, that is how it is for me minus the school year….which I would give anything to be able to teach again.
          It is hard slowing down when Blogging is just so much fun .
          I spend hours a day on just my comments. I wouldn’t trade them for anything in the world but it often leaves me to drained to do the post I needed to do.
          I am so far behind.
          It isn’t going to get any better because I love finding new blogs. Like Yours.
          Enjoy this school year.

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    1. Actually, It looks as If I am caught up with my comments. The next ones all seem to be ansewered.
      I am getting ready for a BREAK with my hubby. Snacks Drinks for him ..more Diet Pepsi for me….Then I hope to be back here. Simce you were the first to comment I will get to you first…

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  6. I stumbled over you on the blog roll last night and somehow I just wanted to get to know you Sarah. My firstborn Andreas was born in 1980 like your Bobby. I still have him and the other three. But I have nearly lost them at different occasions. I know it can’t be compared but the stress of loss or anxiety is intense when you have to hope against what you see I front of our eyes. I will try to read more of your posts to understand what you have been going through

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    1. Not sure how I missed this from you. Somehow I missed a whole bunch of post from 9/11.
      Maria,
      I am so glad I finally saw this.Thank you for taking the time to message me.
      I would love to hear ALL about your 3 boys. As much as you care to write.
      HUGS

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  7. P.S. I forgot to mention my husband and I had a long distance relationship too for 1 anda half year. He was the one who had to transfer where I live but we may end up living at their town in our golden age since it is a farm and the air there is fresher. He was a farmer but had to change occupation because of a move. Farm here is different from the farm in your country though. Hope to talk to you soon 🙂 Keep the faith and I promise I will regularly visit 🙂

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    1. Danny and I spent hours and hours and hours either on the phone talking to each other, texting (Sometimes at the same time) emailing and writing to each other. Visits as well when we could. That was the hard thing. We lived so far away from each other.
      I would love to remain in close contact with you. HUGS

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            1. Good for him.
              I get moody and just need to be quiet and have it quiet.
              Danny doesn’t seem to get that. He expects me to be ready to listen to a whole tale of his, at any given moment.
              Yet, I go in his computer room to say something to him, I have to wait for him to stop, take off his headphones and actually look at me……
              He starts talking at me and doesn’t stop. LOL

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              1. I guess, I get moody too sometimes and we may misunderstood each other, however, it is really part of us being imperfect, what is important is that we still got to talk and clear things out. Then how you stop Danny? lol 🙂

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                1. If I go to bed. LOL. Seriously, I am still struggling with that after all theses years. Since I started this blog, I usually just say, “I’m headed for the computer. You may join me if you want to.”
                  Usually he doesn’t. When he does? I will TRY and do things here …emails if nothing else.More often than NOT, I just stop and listen. Ten I’ll break away and try again.
                  Sometimes though, I just tell him, “Enough”. By then he is repeating the same work story that I have already heard 2 or 3 times that night and a good part of the time I heard it on the WORK RADIO.
                  It is on except when we sleep.
                  We have trouble communicating. He has trouble hearing. I have lost a lot of my ability to communicated well. Words don’t always come out right. I may say the dump when I mean the trash can. To be honest. He doesn’t understand how much trouble I have. Ee doesn’t try to sometimes.
                  Not sure why he gets like that.
                  He doesn’t always listen.
                  I have also been guilty of that.
                  I guess we all are.
                  I will at least apologize when I get moody or let him know I am in a bad mood.
                  He won’t back off and leave me be. Not often enough.
                  I have to really watch myself because I have trouble keeping everything in and he doesn’t want to hear what I have to say then.
                  I can’t explain it well.
                  I just usually say Danny is Danny and leave it at that.
                  He is selfish at times. Giving in other areas. Just not the emotional ones.
                  So I get emotional. That is why I started Blogging. Mainly as a way for me to write how I felt. I never thought anyone would want to know that side so I kept it in another Smaller blog. Private.

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                  1. It is good that we have our way to release our emotions in a way that is more constructive. My husband always understands, my problem sometimes is he is the one who doesn’t talk much when it’s time that I want him to talk. He knows about my site but he doesn’t read my posts. I guess he is busy taking care of the house while I am busy reading or working lol 🙂 I just see it as like we complement each other. I guess in your part it is quite hard when it is just the two of you and you are in a park, so far from other people. Maybe that is also the reason I don’t want to live in a farm for now. I want to take a vacation there but not stay long. You are used to having people around you that it’s as if you are now put in a very different place or planet. I guess women really want emotional connection, it is part of who we are.

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                    1. Yes, I is. I was dying bit by bit from the lack of anything emotional. Other than the grumpy… teary parts.
                      Danny is not a toucher except in bed sometimes. Then he wants to cuddle.
                      Usually after he has slept for awhile and relaxes. I want it BEFORE then. When he is AWAKE.
                      We have grown apart and I work constantly to bring us back to where we were. It was GREAT then.
                      There was enough true togetherness during the day and the nights were wonderful. Now I can’t count on the nights.

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                    2. I guess it happens, things sometimes change and change becomes hard. Men, usually tend to emotionally shutdown if they don’t know how to respond to a certain situation or because of stress. Women on the otherhand wants things to be worked out, to feel, to understand, to be discussed and shared. As they say Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus.

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                    3. I am not a city girl too, here we have this place where it is as if you are in between, a province but not so much with farm. When I think of cities, it’s congested, lots of tall buildings, people were disconnected – I also can’t live in that. In the farm or in my husbands place – houses are usually too far away and all you can see is the fields – I also like going there. I guess I want it here because I am near my mother and my friends. If I want to talk to them it is easy and I know what is happening to them or can help them if they need me.

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  8. Hi Sara/Debbie Sue,
    I am crying while I read your About Me page especially the ibteraction between you and Melanie. Even if I can say we are miles apart, I can feel your pain since some if what you experienced, I somehow experienced too. I really think the worst thing that could happen to a mother is losing her child at any age or even months. I lost my first baby boy in my womb at seven months-it was something I can’t explain or tell online or offline without crying. I experienced losing everything too because of a fire, my books, pictures – memory is what is left for me. I too have a health problem although not as bad as lupus but if I stretch out or stress myself can leave me strapped in a wheelchair at my golden age – I am a polio victim and just found out four years ago when symptoms like muscle spasms and pain started coming in that I am prone to post-polio syndrome. The second thing that will be worst for me is if I lose my mother – thank God she is still alive but I always worry about her because she has hypertension. You had a good young life -something I can’t say for myself because of an alcoholic/abusive father and for growing up in a poor family. Despite all of this, I am very thankful because I found a very kind husband and after going through a medication because of infertility problem/hormonal imbalance (I am a polycystic) I am able to have a healthy bany boy. I hope I can have a relationship with him like you had with Bobby. He is just almost 3 yrs. old so I have a long way to go. I can’t keep up with his energy since I feel I am too old and I worry if I can provide him the good life he deserves. If and when I reach your age, he will be just 18 yrs. old then, I fear at that age he has to take care of me. Sorry if I am just able to read about you now, just like you I can’t keep up with so many kind blogging friends but I want to know them.As I always say, I am a reader so I am enjoying reading and getting to know all of you. I didn’t use my real name in my blog and didn’t say much about me since I want to keep it anonymous, it is my first time creating a blog. I love the name Shine as it conveys light/brightness so I use it here as my nickname. I hope to get to know you more and I might write to you via email if you like. Hugs, kisses and love for you.

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    1. Shine,
      WOW, What a wonderful message you left me here and I saw the rest above.
      It seems we do have a lot in common.
      I lost Bobby’s Twin when I was 5 months pregnant. So Bobby was always my miracle child.
      I never ever forgot the baby that never lived. Never. He or she was a child from the moment I learned I was pregnant and then found out I was carrying twins.
      I would love love to hear more anytime you feel like sharing. About anything.
      I’d write more but it is 4:16 AM. Hugs Love and Kisses Back at you.
      Sarah

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  9. I wish you well on this new journey of discovery. It’s so ineresting how so many of us, reach our half centuries and start searching all over again? Journeys of healing and happy discovery, I hope.

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  10. Sarah, I did not know about the loss of your son when you commented on my post. I am so very sorry. And I also understand why you liked the birthday post for my daughter that much. I understand a little more the confusion about your name too.
    This is why I came towards this page (and I am glad I did): I nominated you for the Liebster Award as a thank you for you following me. Here is the post: https://erikakind.wordpress.com/2015/08/29/my-liebster-is-back/

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    1. Erika, Thanks again for the nomination. I saw mention of it on your blog and left a message. It may take awhile for me to get my end done.
      I would have loved you post no matter what but m Yet, it does mean more to me know I love seeing parents and children happy together. Doing things together.
      I enjoy your blog from what little I have seen of it. It is a good mixture of blogging do’s and don’ts to family life. It had LIFE to it.
      Hugs

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  11. Oh, that site is a fanfiction site and tends to be heavy on the .gifs so other pages might be slow to load if you or anyone else goes to look around.
    That page loads quickly though.

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  12. Sara: i know you and I had this discussion this weekend; about disappearing/non responsive comment boxes. Someone in one of my Facebook Groups post the solution last night so I’m putting the link here for you and whoever needs it so they can access it and fix the issues. I would also recommend checking spam boxes since a couple of comments to other bloggers have ended up there.
    Hope this helps.
    http://www.kittyinaz.com/2015/08/comment-boxes-disappearing-help-has-arrived/

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      1. Quite welcome.
        I do a bulk post for something else and was putting it in as a public service announcement when I remembered there were a few of my followers who didn’t follow that particular blog so I tried to get to them all. Hope I did.

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  13. Wow. I lived in the Lakeland/Kissimmee area for many years as a young(er) woman.
    I feel a kinship with you. Originally from Indiana, we recently moved to Virginia, which isn’t completely different from Colorado, when you’re used to flatlands. 🙂
    I look forward to coming by again to get to know you a bit better.
    I had a blog for several years as well, before I got “serious” about it. Must have to do with aging, huh? 😉
    Have a blessed and peaceful Sunday.

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    1. Hi Abby, I am so glad you found your way here. I hope you come back again and again…
      It is so nice to hear from someone who knows the area here.
      Lakeland has GROWN even since I first moved here. We use to go their a lot. It wasn’t too far from Danny’s house…
      Now you’d have to pay us to go? LOL.
      I was raised in Illinois so we have even more in Common, Midwesterners.. Indiana and Illinois have some beautiful rolling hills.
      I agree with you. Virginia is like Colorado in many ways. Beautiful.
      I would enjoy hearing any of your stories.
      I will check out your blog when I get down here.
      Have a good week. Sarah

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  14. I am so very sorry tp read that you lost your son. As a mom of grown kids, I cannot even wrap my mind around how l devestating that would be. I can imagine you are struggling to figure out who you are . It is pretty normal to go through that at your age without losing a child, but to lose your only child would make you question things even more.
    I am 55 and trying to figure out where I fit in the world as well. I think that is what the 50s are for. We reach a place in our life where we are looking to our futures and want to know how to proceed. I have a great life, but I am still searching for that girl I was, and trying to figure out how I lost that part of me. Life just seems to take us over, especially when we are mothers and we give to our kids freely and one day wake up, and we do not recognize who we are any more. I have several blogs as well. One is called time to be me, for the reason I are talking about. Unfortunately, I have not been on that blog in a while. I think it is time I head over there. It really is time to be me and time to figure out who that is !!
    I am so happy I found your blog and I hope you can find a way to work out what you need to and move forward in life to do the things that will make you happy !!!
    Stephie

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    1. Oh Stephie,
      WOW.
      Thankyou for taking the time time to come here and then comment like you did.
      I grew up knowing exactly who and what I was.
      As a mom, I knew who I was and What my journey was all about.
      When Danny came along and Asked me to marry him and move to Florida, I thought: “this is how it is suppose to be. It just took me longer to find someone.”Bobby was excited. He was already making plans to join us.
      Life was good.
      When he died: Suddenly….I had to deal with so much all at once I never really took the time to grieve.
      I packed up 2 residences…..Stored everything…I mean EVERYTHING) and hopped on a plane a few months later.
      Danny and I had planned on picking up “OUR BELONGINGS” and bringing them to FLorida. A fire in Colorado Springs took everything WE owned. I was left with NOTHING OF MINE…. What was worse: I was left with NOTHING OF BOBBY’s. All the thousands and thousands of photos, albums, Baby things….family things….EVERYTHING was gone.
      So I worked. Danny and I worked NON -Stop for 2 years. I turned 50. Hormones and Menopause changed me even more.
      55 came and went. Then I started having more lupus and fibro flares. Bad ones. Hospitals Stays. No Bobby to visit this time. I started missing him more and more.
      I needed to grieve. I needed to celebrate his life. I needed to share.
      I gained 50 pound. I now have a stomach where It was flat before. I am having trouble doing anything. I sit at home or lie in bed.
      Danny and I aren’t able to work together and we both miss that.
      I HATE the climate here in Florida. That is probably causing ME more trouble than anything else. I won’t go outside and the few times I do, I end up sick…..Over heated. Nauseated, But then I get ike that inside with the AC on. Hot flashes as well
      I am unhappy. Danny is going through a rough path at the park. We aren’t connecting as much.
      We will get through it but I may go crazy before then.
      I miss my Family. I am so isolated here. I love the country and hate going to town.I would hate neighbors.
      Yet, I am not working much….I am not teaching like I was in Colorado……
      There has to be MORE…..
      So yes, We both seem to be searching. For what?
      I look forward to visiting your blog. Talking more with you. Connecting. I will also try to find “Time To Be Me”.
      Do either of us know who “ME” Is? Right now I don’t.
      Stephie, Again, Thank you. God Bless you. HUGS

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      1. Hey Catherine its so very thoughtful of you to nominate me for the Liebster. I am so sorry to let you know my blog is designated as a “No awards” zone.

        Its declared in the Purpose of my blog. Please do forgive me. Regards.

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  15. You have a lot of material and a busy life to reflect on. Every photo you’ve posted has a story behind it. If it were my choice I would concentrate on each photo, generate the story behind it, and then make a separate post of each one – one each week, two each week. Whatever pace keeps it fun.

    That’s what I would do.

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    1. Scott. Thank you. What a wonderful idea. I have been at a loss and to what to post about my life in an unique way. How simple of an idea.
      You are so right. There is usually a story behind the story as well.
      I haven’t been on here Vocally as much lately. Not just because I have been sick. I have been revamping this blog. Keeping Sarah’s Attic Of Treasures MAINLY for FUn stuff ….quotes and recipes photos I get elsewhere.
      I now have a separate blog for Our Neck Of The Woods. I should have done that all along.
      I really appreciate this message. Have a wonderful weekend…..HUGS, Sarah

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        1. Scott You had the kind words…Not me.
          I am 56 years old ….feeling old in mind and body.
          Emotionally anymore I feel like a Volcano about to blow….tensions from work and living at work are getting to us. Danny is even having trouble leaving work at work…hard to do when you live at work( even though we are on a separate section that everyone else-Hard to explain)
          Needing an outlet……afraid to write too much …so not writing nearly enough.
          Or I feel like I will burst into tears and never stop crying.
          Tired in mind body and soul and not sure why I am posting this either…

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  16. I can’t and don’t really try to imagine the emptiness and pain you must feel when losing a child. It’s the worst that can ever happen to a parent. I do believe though that the connection will forever be there and that we all will meet again. Where ever, when ever and in which form ever. My heart goes out to you and I sure hope that you can still feel happiness. I believe it’s what your son would want you to do. To live life to the fullest and to smile, laugh and continue to see the beauty.

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    1. Thank you for this. I really try to celebrate Bobby’s life and mine. I have had been happier in many ways in the last 9 years that I was before I moved to Florida. Sadder in other areas because I never wanted to leave Colorado, Bobby’s Mountain. It is the home in my dreams.
      Yet, I followed my heart here to Florida, knowing I would miss Colorado and the wonderful life I had there.
      I don’t regret any of it ….other than not making sure our belongings came with me as well. (Long Story there. I lost everything of ours in a fire shortly after I moved here.I never had time to get any of it).
      I love Danny and for awhile I loved our life. I still do…..It’s just a rough time at the PARK and we are caught in the middle since we live there as well.
      I am going through some serious health issues with lupus and fibro right now. Anxiously waiting for SOME COOLER WEATHER.
      I am fighting depression ….YET, I can always look outside and see the beauty there. The animals that almost live in our yard. We have a good life.
      HUGS, Sarah

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  17. I don’t know how I missed “following” you when we did WordPress U 201. I’ve followed you now. I do recall chatting with you and that we have a lot in common losing a grown child. One thing that stood out for me is your bunny. You got him on Good Friday. My daughter died just a couple of weeks before Easter. We think she comes to us in rabbit form because just after she died we saw rabbits everywhere! My sister-in-law was looking for a sign from Justine and saw a rabbit in her yard (not knowing what we were feeling) and told us of her experience. On my husband’s birthday he was feeling sad when walking down the driveway to get the newspaper and a rabbit hopped right up to him. Now whenever we see a rabbit we smile. We have a rabbit statue in her memorial garden.

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    1. Cathy, I wasn’t sure if you remembered who I was. I couldn’t remember many details myself of my visit to your site or if I had followed. I will head there as soon as I can. I won’t forget this time.
      We have too much in common for that. I would love to hear more stories about your daughter.
      I love the rabbit connection.
      I believe what you feel about the rabbits is true. Our children do come to visit us. In many different ways.
      Love and hugs.
      If you ever want or need to talk or just vent….cry….my email is sarahkasch@juno.com.

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  18. I’m sorry for you and others for your loss and see that you’ve got great community support with people going through the same stuff which is great. Keep your heads up and know they’re watching you from above, guiding you and smiling down. Hold onto the memories forever and share a smile when you think of them as they’d probably like you to be doing. There have been so many friends who have died of recent, at a young age which is a crying shame for all left behind. May the forever be, close to everyones hearts and set free to be where they now are. I believe we’ll meet again.

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    1. Wendy,
      Thank you for writing what you just did…
      One thing I do know without a doubt is that we will meet them again.
      If I didn’t believe before (I did) I would believe now. I have to believe it.
      I am really doing good. Most of the time. His birthday was just a few days ago. (Friday) I made it though it without any tears. I am just grieving a little more noticeably now.
      Memories are flooding in.
      So once again , thank you.
      Have a wonderful rest of the night.
      Sarah
      PS I look forward to us getting to know each other through our blogs and messages. Hugs

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  19. Hi Sarah, I literally just found you after I read your comment about school, about being a teacher, about losing your son( my heart just reached out to you) on my friend Monica of http://www.monicastangledweb.com.
    I love what I found. You are honest and kind – it is this sense I got from reading about your life. You speak to me.. I am now happy to be following you.

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        1. Sorry it took for long for me to get back to you.
          I just wanted a time when things quieted down or at least I was more relaxed. I am headed to your page as soon as I finish here.
          I am always afraid of sharing too much so I try and hold the “Bad” stuff in. That only works for so long. Then I just have to let it out. Usually it happens before I realize what I am doing.
          Then when I do ….I just keep writing…Trying to get everything out.
          There’s a lot I want to say but the words aren’t coming.
          So goodnight from here. Headed your way now. Sarah

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  20. My heart breaks as I read that you lost your only son, Bobby. I can not begin to imagine what it feels like but I know it’s something like a part of me and my heart will always be missing. I also have one child. He is my world and that of my wife. He’s our joy and blessing that we are always grateful for. Because of him, I try my best to live life to the fullest no matter how hard life can be challenging sometimes. We’d been to Florida several times and each one has been special. I hope to this year we can have another unforgettable Summer there. God bless.

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  21. Dearest Sarah.
    Thank you for your kind message on my post, about the similarities between us. I’m not sure if you wanted me to make it public or not. So I thought I’d write back to you here, first.
    So sorry for the loss of your son Bobby, and your Mum too. You really must have a great deal of strength, but I know, in private, you probably still grieve daily. And for battling your cancer, and other health problems, you are an inspiration to others.
    Sending love and hugs x

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    1. MeRaw,
      First off…Is there another name I can call you? I looked for it on your blog…..probably not hard enough and couldn’t find your first name. If not, MeRaw will work. I understand WHY you picked it.
      My brain is still foggy and it’s almost 2:30 so I won’t be writing much. It’s hard to think pick the right words sometimes.
      It is raining out….I will blame it on the rain.
      Thank you for posting it here although the other would have been ok. I have put my life OUT THERE when I started blogging. Actually I did it on Facebook.
      I am rambling. Gee, sometimes I can’t stop.
      Sending love and hugs back your way.
      Sarah

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      1. Thanks Sarah for replying.
        I’m Melanie, surname Rawlings, so MeRaw is an ‘anonymous abbreviation’, but quite apt at present.
        Do hope the rain stops soon for you, and the sunshine brightens your day.
        Love and light
        Melanie x

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        1. Oh Melanie,
          I am sorry that I haven’t really haven’t been the kind of friend I should be and ONE I know you NEED right now.
          Once I found out that you JUST loss your son, I held off writing you like I should have.
          May was a BAD month for me. Mom’s Birthday, Mother’s Day……Impossible to enjoy since Bobby died. Now with mom gone it was even worse.
          I back slid…not a good phrase but it is the only one I can think of.
          After Mother’s Day was Bobby’s Angel or Heaven Date…May 19Th, and what I call Hell Week Memories that always come……
          Add to that Mom and Dad’s Anniversary June 6Th.
          I have a huge Facebook Account: Actually 2 of them…many of the same people on both. Angel Mom’s and Dad’s as we call each other. Compassionate Friends.
          Sarah Kasch is the one I use most. Debbie Sarah Kasch is the other one.
          I haven’t been on either much any more because it was getting too hard to keep up. I kept missing important DATES.
          I couldn’t be on for more than a few minutes before I would see a message about another child dying or please pray for a sick child. It got to wear I just couldn’t handle it ALL the time.
          That is where and why Sarah’s Attic of Treasures and other pages started from.
          I do have a page Getting To Know Your Friends Through Your Children, although I don’t post there as often as I used to.
          If you have FB and would like to be a friend, just send me a friend request. Sarah Kasch is the best one.
          Even if I am not on there as much: You will meet some awesome people. They helped me deal with EVERYTHING YOU ARE FEELING.
          I can also start sharing some of the posts and helpful sites if you want me to.
          One of the BEST is Compassionate Friends. Check Them out.
          Let me know if I can help. Message me here or at sarahkasch@hotmail.com or FB and I will always answer. If you start messaging me on FB let me know and I will go there more often.
          I hope I am making sense…..
          I know How you feel better than most will ever know. Even losing as child like I did , I still have no idea of all you went through.
          I am HERE FOR YOU or will be here for you…..
          I am a great listener. You can VENT …ask any question…The only one you will never find a good answer for IS WHY HE HAD TO DIE. I LOVE GOD . I REALLY Do. Yet, as a mom, there is never a good reason.
          I was angry at GOD for a long time. Because of how close I always have been to HIM, I was able to yell at him. He took it like he always does.
          I don’t have the anger now. Or RATHER, I don’t ALLOW myself the anger. At this point> IT DOES NO GOOD. Where you are in your grief…..Yes, You will be angry.
          I haven’t proofread any of this. It was just written as it came to me. I am sending it so I don’t lose it.

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          1. I have a lot more I could say. A lot more I will say, in time. Melanie….Let what ever you feel come out now. GRIEVE….CRY. YELL AND SCREAM…..LAUGH if you can. Don’t ever feel guilty about LAUGHING. OR BEING HAPPY. ANd you will be HAPPY AGAIN. YOU WILL LAUGH again. Memories are everything now.
            You will NEVER GET OVER IT. Nothing will ever be NORMAL again. Your life will always be a rollercoaster. Yet, you will learn how to live a good life.
            I need to close for now. It’s almost 4AM. I am so tired but haven’t been sleeping well. Haven’t been doing well Health-wise.
            Message me as much as you need or want to. I really mean that.
            LOVE and HUGS, Sarah

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            1. Thank you Sarah for all your kind words, insights and personal knowledge.
              It is so hard to know what to do at the moment. We are stuck between ‘Before this’ and ‘After this’. We’re not sure of the next path to take. Limbo is a very draining place to be.
              (I hope you did finally manage some sleep last night).
              Much love and hugs
              Melanie x

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              1. Melanie,
                That stage will follow you forever……Or at least it has for me.
                I have 2 sayings: Before Bobby died and Before I moved to Florida……
                I say the second most of the time…..in general…..when talking to anyone and everyone….
                Yet, they BOTH really mean the same thing for me.
                Before I moved to Florida IS the same thing. I moved to Florida within months AFTER Bobby died. Danny and I were suppose get married in June 0f 2006 when I would also move to Florida for good. Long story about how we met and the 2 years of long distance visiting and calling etc.
                Needless to say, Bobby’s death that MAY changed everything. I didn’t come until November.
                What I am trying to say….everything I say is either before or after Bobby died and I moved to Florida.
                My whole life as I knew it ended when Bobby died.
                I’d been a mom. Never a wife. I was a single parent.
                I was MOM……That was MY Identity.
                Here in Florida, no one ever met Bobby (except Danny , of course). They have no idea of how my life was lived BEFORE .

                This was also the same time My name went more from Debbie to Sarah.
                Like I said…Everything changed for me.
                In some ways It may have been EASIER.
                In others harder.
                It’s so hard to explain how everything came about. It’s why my first Facebook account was Debbie Sarah. My second…Sarah.
                I went from Debbie, Bobby’s Mom to Sarah, Danny’s wife.
                Melanie…..I miss…..Debbie , Bobby’s MOM.

                Crazy huh?
                So I understand where you are coming from.
                You are still living it all over and over and over.
                More soon. Love Sarah
                Love Debbie, Bobby’s Mom.

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                1. Dearest Sarah, Danny’s wife, and Debbie, Bobby’s mom.

                  Thank you again for opening up, and letting me know how you feel, and yes, I understand completely.

                  The big question at the moment is “Why?” I keep asking myself that daily. It is such a torment for myself and my husband.

                  “It’s not fair” is another phrase that keeps popping up too.

                  Hope you get some much-needed sleep tonight.

                  Melanie xx

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                  1. Melanie,
                    You got who I am……
                    Not everyone does.
                    I can change from one to the other at a moments notice.
                    Usually….
                    I have tears in my eyes as I am writing this.
                    “WHY?”
                    And
                    “It’s Not Fair”
                    Another ? Is :
                    “A Parent SHOULD NEVER have to busy their child.”
                    We grow up knowing we will loose loved ones. Great grandparents were my first. I was lucky to have 2 sets I knew well.
                    We know we will lose our Grandparents.
                    Our Parents.
                    I always knew I would be HEART BROKEN when my parents died.
                    So, Yes, Moms death left me HEART BROKEN. AGAIN.
                    Still she was 76. I never thought she’s die so early. My relatives have all died (the ones I’ve mentioned) when they were in their late 80’s or early 90’s.
                    Mom had just gotten a clean bill of health.
                    Yet, I knew one day she would die.
                    We grow up knowing BAD things happened to other people.
                    Yet, we aren’t prepared to loose a child…At any age.
                    Bobby grew up, KNOWING I would probably die early in life. I almost did a number of times.
                    It was almost a certainty.
                    Lupus was more of a death sentence back in the 80’s.
                    I am very much alive.
                    So why did Bobby die so soon?
                    If I am HONEST and I will always TRY to be HERE:
                    My answer is simple :
                    I have NO IDEA WHY HE HAD TO DIE.
                    When I am HONEST:
                    I get angry that he was taken FROM ME.
                    I dreamed of BEING A GRANDMA….
                    I was meant to be a GRANDMA.
                    You have heard and will continue to hear all sorts of reasons
                    “WHY “.
                    YOU WON’T LIKE ANY OF THEM.
                    YOU NEVER WILL.
                    AN NO,
                    “It is NOT FAIR”.
                    NEVER WILL BE……

                    Do you have anyone to really talk to about any of this besides your Husband?
                    I never really talked about Bobby to anyone OTHER than Danny, my parent’s, sister and other family for 3 LONG YEARS.
                    I wasn’t on the computer much back then except for work and other things.
                    I hadn’t joined any of the social media ??? (Can’t think of the right word) like Facebook , Twitter ETC.
                    I simply WORKED here at the park 60 PLUS hours a week. Danny and I both were.
                    I kept IT ALL IN for the most part.
                    Then , I got on FB and met hundred’s of other Angel Mom’s and Dads. I live on FB. I could get enough help…then I couldn’t GIVE enough.
                    Now I am hardly on at all.
                    I was hesitant about talking with you like this….
                    because I knew ONCE I STARTED I couldn’t back done or stop…..
                    Now I don’t want to.
                    Helping you …even if IT is just being here…to listen…will be good for me as well. < Love Sarah

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                    1. Thank you Sarah for being so honest and taking the time to write down all your thoughts and feelings. It can’t have been easy.
                      I have my husband to rely on. We have been married almost 33 years. We are there for each other. Always have been. My sister lives close by, and us great to talk with too. My mum has recently been admitted to a care home, because of falls and memory loss, so we can’t have the chats we used to have. I talk with my brother quite regularly ~ he’s in Chicago.
                      And my younger son and his girlfriend have been truly wonderful.
                      Social media too, has been great for connecting with people.
                      I also find writing in my blog quite therapeutic. Although it first started out as my story and my battle with malignant melanoma.
                      How things change, sadly.

                      Do hope you have had a good day.

                      Hugs

                      Melanie xx

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    1. Melanie,
      It’s bee a quite day here. I have been in a “brain fog” most of the day. And hurting. Again Normal stuff. A little worse but I am use to it.
      Danny was quieter today as well.
      It seemed to be a good day for it.
      The funny thing is: It is the first day we didn’t have rain and the sun was out all day.
      Danny walked outside a few times but quickly came back in.
      Hot and humid even for him.
      I brought my rabbit inside yesterday. His name is Vittles.
      Mr. Bojangles sleep near Vittles most of the day .
      So quiet all around.
      I do know how quickly life can change.
      In an INSTANT:
      WHAT WAS NORMAL : ISN’T .
      Nothing is ever the same.
      I am so glad your husband have each other. That you can BOTH open up and share.
      My parents, an aunt and uncle and my sister were all with me right after Bobby died. Of course Danny was there and he was great.
      Also on hand was my Best friend’s daughter . My “almost “daughter. She calls me Mom sometimes. Or Aunt.
      Bobby and Kari were close.
      There were all there for me for awhile.
      My parents ALWAYS:
      But as they got older I shared less and less of myself: The depression and illness’s. I could have…
      I just didn’t want to worry them. And they would have been.
      Donna is and always will be a workaholic…..Until the day she retires.
      She is also more selfish in certain ways.
      I love her …..very much and we are close. Yet, I got tired of the hit and miss phone calls….
      My brother, John.. Sadly: we aren’t close.
      We see each other when I go home. I send a card for his birthday.
      I am closer to his girls and his wife and I were close before she died.
      I miss her.
      I have a few friends but to be honest: they never understood my losing Bobby.
      Bobby was the one person , I shared things with. We were that close.
      Mom and Son.
      OH YES……..
      Friends,
      Yes.
      Bobby would choose to spend most events with me rather than his friends.

      By this I mean His birthday and mine.
      He would call me up a couple of times a day…..Not always. Usually with a
      “Mom, Turn the radio on.” Or
      “Have you heard….?”
      He’d leave messages on my phone:
      Songs I liked.
      New songs for me to listen to.
      AND lot’s Of
      “Mom, I love You’s. ”
      Just because.
      he’d call me at midnight on the EVE of every Birthday, Christmas…although we were usually together….Every important holiday….
      I’d get a call at midnight.
      I miss all of this :
      We’d hug. All the time.

      I don’t get any of that any more.

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      1. Danny isn’t there for me in ways I really need for him to be. Some of which he never has been .
        That is another story for another time.
        Sorry , I got away from your post……
        Melanie,
        I am opening up and am talking about Bobby again.
        So thank you.
        BUT IF: in your grief it is too much let me know.
        I also may start writing on here more about what I have been sharing with you.
        Anyway: I am so glad you have people to talk to. Keep those communication lines open. Especially with your hubby.
        Danny keeps coming in here and talking to me so I need to stop all of anyway.
        Love and hugs. Sarah

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  22. You come across as an awesome person and I love that your blog is full of stuff. I could never be bored now that I’ve found your blog 🙂

    Reaching out is a good way to start. I hope the blogging community has been helpful in quelling that ‘lost’ feeling.

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    1. Arinola, Thank you for this. You don’t know how much your words mean to me. Well, Maybe you do as I am sure you anxiously waited for people to see what you posted and then one by one they started following you. Last but now least “: They started commenting. So A huge Thank you.
      I barely glance at your blog. I was trying to at least touch base with everyone on Lily’s Post. Not enough time to read them all today.
      You made me smile. Hard to be totally “Lost “when someone “Sees and hears you”. Have a good night. Sarah

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      1. Well, you are right about that. It can be hard to fully look through a blog for the first time. Thank you for letting me know how my patient skimming through made you feel. I’ll remember this next time I am being lazy about it. Good night Sarah. 🙂

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