This morning the following slide show/video showed up on Steve’s phone. Just like me, Steve misses Morgan so much, and it hurts. When I watched this side show/video it felt like Morgan was right there in our kitchen making herself lunch and then running off to visit her friends…I miss those days.
I always feel, when things like this randomly happen, it’s Morgan saying hello – she is still ever present and loving.
Video slide show of Morgan
I miss our youngest daughter Morgan. I miss her every moment of every day, but out of the whole year, December is the hardest month for me. Morgan was found dead the morning of December 2, 2011, and from that moment on, my world was never the same. How could it be? It never could…a piece of my heart was forever gone.
The picture above is a happy memory for me. As you can see in the picture, Morgan had her own little fairy tree in her room. She kept in it her room all year long, not just at Christmas time. In this picture she was blowing bubbles from a bubble wand. I am so grateful that I have so many pictures of her, because my memories, and pictures of her, are all I have left, after her life was cut short, at age 20, by an obsessed, jealous stalker.
But today, on Christmas, I just want to focus on LOVE – I believe love is the most important thing in the world. Morgan taught me the meaning of unconditional love, so today I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas, full of love for all.