The people who believe in "love at first sight" have always boggled my mind. I'm definitely a romantic, but I'm also very analytical and the thought of knowing who you could love through thick and thin for the rest of your life just by looking at them, seems highly impractical in my maybe "too practical" … Continue reading #powercouple
To those walking into a nightmare.
I'm so sorry you are here, reeling from the surreal nightmare you can't wake up from. Shock. Numbness. I'm sorry that you now have to live the rest of your life without someone who fills up so much of your heart. You said goodbye not thinking he would be entering a war zone in his … Continue reading To those walking into a nightmare.
After someone you love is gone, you rarely get the opportunity to talk about them anymore. You don't want to make your friends feel awkward and frankly, after time, you just don't have any new memories or stories to share. This is what I miss; John being a part of my life now. New people … Continue reading John
Throughout the years I've often wondered what John was thinking or feeling that day in the library. At Leawood Elementary School they told my parents that most of the killing was done in the library.My mom knew that John went to the library to work on his homework during lunch because he had an after … Continue reading The Library
We had a memorial service for John at Foothills Bible Church. I think John's was one of the first funerals out of all of those killed. We drove in a limo to the service. It would have been cool, if we weren't going to my brother's funeral. As we exited the limo, there were … Continue reading The funeral.
A Sister’s Journey
On April 20th, 1999 my world was forever changed.