i lost my Kelly Belly bear

by doyce vallee
(westwego, La, Jefferson Parish)

I was 14 years old and my mom brought home this tiny blue bundle,I love you the first time I seen your face you were my baby boy, you were a cute baby and a funny child advenderious teenager and young man, at 48 years old your and our whole family was really excited about the 4 th. Of July get together, But July 2 2013 you suffer a massive heart attact , you show no signs ,bench press 400 pounds, why you, you were the youngest are you with momma now. Both of you make me think of my mortaly I'm afraid since I have now a 10 year old to raise, will I get him raise to adult hood to take care of him self, will you show me mom and brother every thing will be alright he will grow up I'll be right beside him till he grown love you mom and brother, your daughter and older sister miss you

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Jul 31, 2013
I lost my Kelly Belly bear
by: Doreen U.K.

doyce I am sorry for your loss. It is not uncommon to feel a little frightened and vulnerable to death and losing other people from your life.
WE are given life and not supposed to think of death because it would sour our life, and who wants to think of death. We wouldn't be able to enjoy life at all. But suddenly death creeps up on all of us and our lives are torn apart. It is normal for you to worry about your 10yrs old son and will he be able to look after himself. As a mom we will always worry about our children.
I lost my husband of 44yrs. 14 months ago to cancer and I feel very vulnerable and worried about my youngest daughter and how she will pay the bills. She is 33yrs. of age. But it is the usual things. "What if she loses her job and can't pay the energy bills and all the other taxes. It is not easy but I am told that I should relax. My daughter will be O.K. At least she has a roof over her head and no mortgage to pay so I have to be thankful for this. Just take one day at a time. And enjoy each day with your son. Leave death to God as He has ordered our lives and our death. You will get though this grief but if you have supportive family and friends it makes the whole journey a little easier.

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