Tragic things that happen have no answer. They make no sense you can ask yourself why a million times and there still won’t be an answer. So instead of searching and longing for an explanation you have to take this as an opportunity to appreciate what you had, what you have, and not what you lost...
This is a beautiful example of strength and perseverance and love of life and being GFL Grateful For Life. This young man is an inspiration and as a couple they truly understand what life is all about. Every person that can connect with this story can take this opportunity to love your life that much more. We wish them every happiness.
The loss of my Peanut, yes she was my Peanut, rattled the very core of who I am. What happened, how could this happen, how does my life go on without her - the questions that filled my days, months, and now years. I didn’t know how my family could reconnect without her.
Some people are born grateful. I was not one of those people. I spent most of my years in a self-absorbed haze, not thinking about anyone else or what they were going through. I was like Mike Seaver on that episode of Growing Pains where he was shocked when the school bus still drove to school even though he wasn’t going. It was all about me.