Monday, March 15, 2010


My heart is broken right now and I don't know how to deal with that...

I can't get Sarah out of my mind...

If my heart hurts so much...her hurt must be terrible...

I can't even imagine nor do I want to imagine...

But my thoughts won't elude me...

I think of Sarah every waking moment...

I love her dearly and I pray for her constantly...

Constantly...

This pain is too much...

7 comments:

nennermommy said...

Oh I know that feeling well! It is so hard to love someone and to know and watch how much pain their in. We just want to fix it so bad and knowing you cant just brakes you.... I am so sorry:(

Kelly said...

I am so sorry - we will continue to pray for your family and for Sage's parents.

May God help you heal, and may you find comfort in the memories that hold in your heart.

Kelly said...

that you hold in your heart.

Anonymous said...

We are supposed to help "bear one another's burdens". Amy, you have done and are still doing that. You are doing the right thing. Now, you need to let others do for you what you have done for Sarah... let those who care for you reach out and help take care of you. When there is a hurt as huge as this no one of us can bear it alone. Sarah will hurt, but you offered to carry some of it, the part that was too much. Now you hurt, and someone else needs to carry some of it, the part that is too much. In time it will be divided out into manageable pieces. I too have a daughter. She is my EVERYTHING. My love for her is unparalleled, so I know what you mean.. I know that level of love for a child and can only imagine the agony her loss would be for me.
We love Sarah's family and we love yours too Amy. Know that you're not alone. You never have been.

Pati @ A Crafty Escape said...

Just wanted to let you know that we are praying for you... my heart is broken just thinking what you are all going through.

Melanee said...

Lose is a hard thing to bear and it becomes easier to handle as time passes (the pain isn't any less, just easier to bear). Distractions are good. Talking about the "good times" helps too. It helps keep the lost one's memories alive. Don't be afraid to talk about Sage with her family. It helps. And probably will help you too.

I send my love and prayers with your and Sage's family at this time. Remember the happy moments.

Carol Davis said...

I have a friend who just lost her Baby also. Your heart goes out to them. I can't imagine the pain that they must be feeling.

We moved to Richfield 2 years ago. My Aunt and Uncle Ruth and Joe Stott are from here. I don't know if you would know they. Most everyone does though. We love Richfield.