05 November 1984 - 21 October 2014
San Diego, California USAOur Remembrance
There will never come a day, hour, minute or second I stop loving or thinking about Jacob.
Just as parents of living children unconditionally love their children always and forever, so do bereaved parents.
I want to say and hear his name just the same as non-bereaved parents do.
I want to speak about him even thou he is deceased as normally and naturally as you speak of your living ones.
I LOVE Jac as my own since my sister passed away and he was 4.
I love him NO Less then as Much as you love yours– the only difference is Jacob lives in heaven and talking about about him is unfortunately quite taboo in our culture for some people (Especially since he committed suicide)........ #TheBridgeTookMyBoy
I hope to change that.
Our culture isn’t so great about hearing about children gone too soon, ESPECIALLY ones who take their own life but that doesn’t stop me from saying my Jacob's name and sharing his love and light everywhere I go. 🌞
Just because it might make you uncomfortable, doesn’t make him Matter any less.
My Jacob was LOVE, He Loved Life, Jesus, and All he had in his life, A life cut irreversibly short, But Not Making Him and His LOVE mean any Less...
Everyday he still is making smiles come to those who think about him (tears still some days for All we were Robbed of)
BUT A HOPE FOR Tomorrow...🌈
& For Me A Blessing in MY Heart That I was Loved By him #AllWays 👩👦
#HeavenHasMyAngel #UnconditionalLove #JacobIsHisNameClick to view Our Remembrance Website
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