May 27th: We remember our little boy.

Thunder roars, it down pours, and flashes of lightning eliminate the whole sky. It’s a depressing day. May 27th, 2012. It’s 11 years on the dot that Edwin Joseph Ness died. Every year it comes, the feeling of sadness washes over my entire body. I don’t like to talk about it, discuss it or think about it, but I need to in order to deal … Continue reading May 27th: We remember our little boy.

Recall Learning Disability: In a way, I guess I’m proud.

I read it, I read it again & a third time. I don’t understand it. It’s boring, plus my recall learning disability interferes with what I’m reading. It seems to fully comprehend the material, I have to read it over at least five or six times, which becomes quite annoying as I have so many other subjects to tend to. It’s the life of an … Continue reading Recall Learning Disability: In a way, I guess I’m proud.

How will I ever get through the pain of death?

I sit in silence staring at the computer screen as I write this, trying to find the words to describe how I’m feeling. I’m solemn, depressed, sad, sickened, heartbroken & exhausted. The thought of death looms throughout my body. I try not to think about it, just merely the positive, but after you’ve watched Vh1’s Last Days of Left Eye and saw part of the car … Continue reading How will I ever get through the pain of death?