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A brief note

The Mrs. was laid to rest Monday. It’s a relief to have that behind us. Yesterday was the first day we didn’t have a house full of people. Spent time with the kids and letting them help plan our next course of action.

I have received messages from several of you. I will respond to you all at some point but, for now, I can only move forward.

Thank you for understanding.

16 Responses to “A brief note”

  1. RetDet Says:

    Uncle-continued prayers for you and your family.

  2. Miguel GFZ Says:

    Take the time you need and grieve.
    We ain’t going nowhere.

  3. one eyed Jack Says:

    No need to respond. I’ve been there. God bless. Jack.

  4. JTC Says:

    Can only imagine the effect that public craziness had on your private tragedy. Stay strong for the babies.

  5. nk Says:

    May her memory be eternal, Uncle. God bless you and your family.

  6. Glenn Leger Says:

    Still hate it for you, glad to hear how well you are handling it, a lot of people would not be able to, stay strong!

  7. SPQR Says:

    Focus on you and your kids. Do whatever you need, no one’s outside opinion on what you should or should not do means bupkis.

  8. Guy Sagi Says:

    I agree you don’t need to invest the energy and time to respond. Just know all of us are here for you if needed and we care. Taking care of yourself and the children is the best response anyway.

  9. Mark Walker Says:

    Jay…I just found out. I’m SO sorry.
    My prayers are going out.
    Please take care.
    My condolences.
    No response necessary.

  10. Milton Stanley Sr. Says:

    I’ve been enjoying your site for years. Not exactly sure where you live, but I am a hospice chaplain and grief counselor in Middle Tennessee. Please email me if you would like to talk. Praying for you in the mean time.

  11. Pat Umaporn Says:

    Take care of yourself and your family. Know that psychic lightning will occur. Let it become remembrance not pain. You have joined that inevitable club.

  12. SkylarFarie Says:

    Hello to all
    In this puzzling span, I honey you all
    Rise your strain and friends

  13. Michael McClain Says:

    My deepest and sincerest sympathies regarding your loss. I almost lost my lovely bride to a stroke two years ago. I understand how badly your world is shattered. Please consider the words of John Wesley upon the death of his mother. “She is released.” he said. Your wife will suffer no more pain or hazard and will be waiting for you in the afterlife. Be well and continue on.

  14. MrSatyre Says:

    Best wishes for you and your kids.

  15. Roger.45 Says:

    My most sincere condolences to you and your family at this most difficult time. May God rest her soul.

  16. Jerry Gibbs Says:

    Sorry Unc. My bad. Not saying any thing. You and the kids are in my thoughts and prayers.