Good morning son. You probably knew this before I did, but your Grandma Lee has gone on to join you in heaven. I hope you guys are all together and are rejoicing in another one of Gods promises fulfilled. I’ll be honest when I say that I’m always a bit envious when someone dies because it means that they get to be with you and I still don’t. More than anything, I’m so happy that grandma Lee isn’t suffering anymore.
Soon, she will have a bench near your and Grandpa Leo will be finally be laid to rest too. I can’t believe how many of our family members are at La Vista now.
I love you and I miss you. And as Zoe’s arrival gets closer and closer, I can’t help but worry. I don’t think my body can handle having anymore children after this, I don’t think my heart could handle another loss, I know my brain won’t be able to comprehend anymore tragedy. I have to trust that Gods plan for me is better, greater, and so much more than my mind and heart, in their current state, could understand.