Richard Godfrey said: November 30th, 2011 4:17 pm
I just finished reading It's My Time To Grieve. I had picked it up a few times, leafing through the pages and stopping here and there to read a poem (Silent Cries gives the urge to hold out a hand and give a hug) or two as is my habit when starting a book like this one. When I finally started reading from the beginning I found it hard to put down. Read the first nine chapters on night one, the remainder of the book last night. I found myself feeling a little guilty as I read...wondering if I really should be taking this peak into someone else's most private feelings...and realized that I really was hoping that the people involved would really 'be OK' in the end. I think they are. You are most fortunate to have such a supporting husband with you, Phoebe. As he said..."You'll never stop grieving for him. That's just the way it is." I shall keep this volume close, as I know I will feel the need to refer to it often in the future. Thanks for letting us be a part of your healing process.