When I got divorced Billy was 11. I never knew what an impact it had on his heart. I have had the past 3 years thinking about it all. Reliving every moment of my life with him. He loved family. He kept connected to the places he went to as a child. One of these places was the Vanderbuilt museum in Centerport . I recently had a brick installed where he took this photo. It was my way of making sure he always stays apart of them so one day his daughter can visit and feel connected to him. There is also a brick at the planting fields on Long island.
A mother who has experienced the unimaginable. My greatest gift in my life are my sons. I could never imagine my life without them until one day I lost one. I want to honor his memory and help others who have experienced the same with my support and friendship. I have met amazing new friends through this journey that have saved me from losing my balance. "You will never see a Rainbow if you are always looking down" charlie Chaplin
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