Time to Grieve, to Cry, to Think and Remember

A loved one passes away and the world, for a moment seems to stop. Arrangements have to be made, papers have to be dealt with, family and friends are everywhere; there seems to be no time to actually realize this is happening, no time to understand that your loved one is gone.

After the initial loss, there are smaller losses, which are all part of closure. Cleaning out a closet, re-arranging a room, making decisions without them, are some of the things eventually done to be able to move on.

The hardest part anyone has in requesting Memory Bears is in parting with their loved ones clothing. That article of clothing that was favored by your loved one will need to be cut and patterned to create the memory bear.

One important thought to remember is that there is no hurry; there are no deadlines to meet for any of the events that follow the death and burial of your loved one. You need time to grief, to cry, to think, to remember.

Take the time for it and the memories are most important right now.

4 responses to “Time to Grieve, to Cry, to Think and Remember

  1. Such useful, valuable advice for anyone grieving in the ‘early days’ Thank you for sharing Bonnie. Take care. Suz

  2. Bonnie – I don’t think everyone knew he wrote both. Maybe you’ll have start some writing :D. Holding you in prayer dear. I think of you often. Hugs to you!!!

  3. Hi, I guess most of you know that Butch wrote both blogs for the past 11 years. I was looking around this morning and found this blog from September 17th, “Funny” thing is that is the day before he went on hospice. Well I have one more bear to make for a granddaughter in Tennessee, so best get busy.

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