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Friday, January 12, 2007


So last weekend I met my siblings. We actually all acted like adults, go figure!

No tears, no anger, no yelling, no sadness...well, not much sadness. It is pretty sad to look through your parents things. It's kind of the kind of thing you wish you COULD do while they were still alive. We do have questions we wish we could have answered. Like, what ring did a guy name David buy our mom BEFORE she met dad? Forever to be unanswered I guess. Also, why did they keep certain things? Were they sentimental? And if so, what's their story?

This weekend we are taking our whole families north and have rented a trash bin. It really is time to get rid of a few things. Our mom and step-dad were pack rats. No doubt about that. This weekend we will get a chance to see how far the apples fall from the trees. Can we all still agree about what is trash?

I guess we will see.

1 comment:

Jeffrey Ogden said...

Hi Lisa,

Thank you for your concern. I (alond with my whole family)have been going through this for a while and if it were not for people keeping us encouraged, we (especially my dad) would have given up a long time ago. We all really like the hospice nurse's too...they have really stepped in and taken care of him. We really appreciate them. We would be long gone without our friends and church. They have really insprired us to keep stong and have faith. Once again, thank you for everything.

May God be with you,