Ro - 2005-02-01 11:14:47
I am glad that you expressed that you feel relieved. I am humbled and honored by your commitment to be true to your feelings.
creda - 2005-02-01 11:59:31
I agree with Rowan's eloquent words. Thank you for this sharing!
web - 2005-02-01 12:37:07
yeah- sometimes I feel relieved that my dad is gone because I KNOW he was tired of being sick. but at the same time, I don't.
MarshAster - 2005-02-01 14:12:43
I guess I wish there had been a Jasmine without CF, but of course, she would have been different than the Jasmine I knew, I don't know exactly how.... You all are in my thoughts especially at this time...
Chelsea - 2005-02-01 18:35:04
Aww, I know how you feel. Sometimes I wish I was never born because I'm deaf but I quickly correct myself... I wish I WAS born, just not deaf.
Marcy - 2005-02-01 18:37:22
I've been counting down the days, too, thinking of you all. There's nothing wrong with being grateful that your child is not in pain anymore...sometimes death is a gift (Buffyverse aside). ::HUGS::
Tricia - 2005-02-01 21:21:37
*(*(*hugs*)*)* This was so beautiful. And that tattoo is the most hauntingly lovely one I have ever seen. Take care.
Mollydog - 2005-02-01 21:53:49
You are a brave woman to keep this journal. My situation with my mother was of course much different, but I remember feeling so guilty for the relief I felt after she died. She was in a lot of pain. I was relieved to be free of doctors, hospitals etc... I am glad you have the beautiful symbol of the dragonfly to remind you of your little girls freedom from pain. As always your diary is an inspiration to me.

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