Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Never thought that I would see the day...


You hate to see it but I guess that it is one of those milestones so to speak. I have to say that just over 7 months ago I was a different person. I am doing my best to welcome the change and leave room in my life to become a better man. I miss Misty so much, it is hard to describe it. It is so tough to want to cry so bad and all you feel like doing is laughing. The mental struggles one goes through during tragedy is so interesting. I have come a long way, but I have a long way to go. all i can say to everyone is Stay strong and endure to the end.

Thanks again to all who pray and think about me. I love each and everyone of you.

10 comments:

Christian and Karen Robinson said...

It's beautiful! It made me cry again. We think of you, Misty and Lucas often!

Amelia said...

Oh Jake, that is absolutely lovely. Beautiful. Misty would so approve. Love you.

Taylor's said...

Amazing!

Allison said...

Great job on the design, it looks fantastic. Way to go on pushing through things- we think you're great (thought that even before all this).

Amanda said...

That is truly beautiful Jake.

The Egans said...

It really is so beautiful. Thanks for sharing this with all of us. We definitely still think of and pray for you everyday!

Anonymous said...

Jake,
This is the most amazing headstone I have ever seen. You can tell that you put so much thought and love into it. It is beautiful!!

Anonymous said...

Jake I do not know you at all, but stumbled across your blog, maybe through my scrapbooking message board, I can't really remember.. It was about the time Misty passed away. Since then I just come in just every once and awhile and see how you are doing. The tombstone is beautiful.. I never seen anything like it before. Beautiful like Misty was. Anyways, even though we never met or talked hang in there! My prayers are with you..

Susan

PS.. Hope you enjoyed Denver...that's my town :)

The Little Red Pen said...

Wow, that is incredible!

B Wallace Family said...

I am sure Misty is smiling down at all the amazing things you have done in her memory!