Tag Archives: sadness

A Waste?

There are many words, phrases and thoughts that fill my mind many times a day pertaining to my daughter Kaitlyn’s suicide. One of these words is something that many people that have lost loved ones to suicide dislike very much … Continue reading

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In Remembrance of Kaitlyn Elkins by Wake Forest School of Medicine

Every long once in a while, I like to put this link up that Wake Forest School of Medicine made on their online newsletter in memory of Kaitlyn. It continuously runs on that newsletter. They created a fund for their … Continue reading

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Acceptance?

The other day I had a friend tell me that the problem I was having is that I have not accepted Kaitlyn’s death. I have my other child, my husband, my home and all that love me and I simply … Continue reading

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I Feel Good About My Book

I hope those of you that subscribe to my blog, or those that cruise in here to read a little, do not get tired of my writing about my book. It is not my intention to brag or anything like … Continue reading

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Poetry From a 13 Year Old Kaitlyn

got another gift today. One of Kaitlyn’s friends, Summer Britt, that she was friends with growing up in school met me today so I could sign her copy of my book. When I met her we talked for a long … Continue reading

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Is anything I ever thought to be true, true after all?

When Kaitlyn’s father and I used to go see her at her apartment in the town she went to medical school in, every time we would leave to go back home, before we would even get out of the apartment … Continue reading

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No other words needed

“And can it be that in a world so full and busy, the loss of one creature makes a void in my heart, so wide and deep that nothing but the width and depth of eternity can fill it up.” … Continue reading

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