February Favorites #3: The Day My Life Changed Forever: August 13, 2013

This blog started about a month after The Accident as a way to let friends and family know how I was doing in the weeks after our son’s death. It soon became an outlet for my thoughts on grief, life, and my faith. Before long, readers commented about how my writing helped them in their own grief. It has morphed into something much bigger than I ever imagined.

My prayer has remained the same: I pray that my words honor my family, glorify God, and help others heal.

 The Day My Life Changed Forever: August 13, 2013

 

Is there a day in your life that changed everything? For better or worse? If so, tell us about it. Maybe write a blog article and share the link in the comments.

 

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2 thoughts on “February Favorites #3: The Day My Life Changed Forever: August 13, 2013

  1. Yes, the same as MK. My three children’s birthdays, and the day I learned my first born had been murdered the day before. The world stood still. I could not figure out why the sun was still shining that day. How could it be? My child was dead. The excruciating pain changed me forever. That was in 2005. I have learned to live with it with still some bad days. I have learned to really appreciate the relationships I have with those of us left behind and to try to appreciate every little or big moment. God bless you, and Kathleen and all of us reading this blog because we lost one.

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  2. Yes… Miss Kathleen there are a few days in my life that changed my life forever:
    May 21st, 1991 — the birth of my first born.
    Jan. 20th, 1993 — the birth of my first daughter.
    April 9th, 1996 — the birth of my surviving twin daughter.
    Sept. 9th, 2010 — the day l learned my first born had been murdered the day before.

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