Thursday, December 6, 2007

Tears at work are not good

I just depressed myself. I realized this is the first year since my miscarriage 7 years ago that I didn’t mourn on the anniversary of the day. It fell once again on Thanksgiving Day. This year I had a happy Thanksgiving with not only my daughter and my husband, but with Mom, Pop, and some extended family, too. Is this the first sign that I’m really moving on?

9 comments:

Annikke said...

It is ok to move on and I promise you that you will never completely forget that little one.

Swishy said...

I think it is OK too :)

"J" said...

It will be okay! I had a similar ting happen to me! It is okay to move on! =)

Heather said...

It's good to move on. For years, I always remembered the anniversary of my father's death with many tears and such. The last two years, the day has gone by without notice and I think that's a good thing.

Rob said...

That is a sign that the terrible wound you suffered is healing and healing properly. You should never feel bad about healing.

Andrea said...

Thank you all for the support. :)

carrie & troy keiser said...

In order to move forward we sometimes have to let go of the past.

KATE said...

Take Care sweetie! I can't imagine that you ever forget or completely "get over" something like that. However it's totally okay & normal to move on. Sending you Hugs!!

Monnik said...

oh, man... I just saw this post and hope it wasn't my post last week that brought on the sadness. I was having one of those 'down' days myself.

It is ok to move on - we all do. Our lost loved ones would want us to go on and be happy.