I may write more about my thoughts and feelings on this later, but they are somewhat tender right now so we'll see.
Many of you know Karie and I have been very excited about our news that we were expecting our first baby in March. Well unfortunately this week on Wednesday, we found out that we have had a miscarriage. We found this out the same afternoon my Grandma J passed away.
We are heartbroken about this news but trying to stay positive. The only reason I'm posting this here is it's much easier to let people know this way, than it is in person. Also thank you to everyone who has offered their support, through emails, flowers, etc. It means a lot to know you're there.
We will also miss our Grandma J. I'll try to write a short tribute to her on here soon, but I know she is much more comfortable right now.
A few one line memories of Granny J:
Taffy cookies, Steal the Pile, Coke, Readers digest Jokes, Fiery Red Hair, Christmas Morning, the Charleston, the Lumina (aka IrmaJ) and so many more.
The quote I used at Granny J's funeral
"Though otherwise a “lively” attribute, hope stands quietly with us at funerals. Our tears are just as wet, but not because of despair. Rather, they are tears of heightened appreciation evoked by poignant separation. Those tears of separation change, ere long, becoming tears of glorious anticipation." - Elder Neal A. Maxwell Hope through the Atonement of Jesus Christ