iluvk9 wrote:Where will you keep it?
Let me add, that it will still make you both cry looking at it, but someday you will be able to smile a tiny bit and then you will know your healing has started.
I'm not sure where it will find a permanent home. Our house is under construction at the moment. For now it will live in the spare bedroom that is really more of a sitting room - a couch, but no bed. I will have to find a place for the 'Trouble shrine'. I'm looking for a shadowbox table top for some of her things, a place for her urn, and a couple of drawings. Kristen has one in the mail for me that should arrive early this week. I'm really excited to get it as well.
As weepy as I (we) continue to be, there are smiles and stories. How can one not smile when we think of all her antics. She had so much personality.
Shanna & Spirit Trouble
We beat osteosarcoma - 27 months 20 days cancer free
'Spirit' Trouble departed for the Bridge 3/16/2011 a victim of aging
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