Home? It is, yet it isn’t. Home is where the heart is..and I’m leaving a big piece here, in Lancaster, and in heaven right now.
Today went very well. It was such a beautiful wake, and it was amazing to see all the friends and family. Thank you to all who came and shared the great memories with us.
Tomorrow morning I fly out DARK and early (I have to be at the airport at 5:30 am!), so it will be rough. My time here has been good, but it’s time to move forward and attempt to get some order back in my life.
I can’t imagine what lies ahead, nor do I want to. But I know there is hope, tears, joy, and sadness. Not much fear….just the unknown.
Thank you all for your prayers and thoughts and think of me as I fly back to Lancaster tomorrow.
As for the Steelers. I don’t even want to talk about this weekend in sports. I’m angry! 🙂
Brenda, the wake was beautiful and a wonderful way to honor Kevin As you saw by all the people that came, Kevin, you, Ken and Linda mean a great deal to a “bunch” of us. Thank you to all of you for giving us here in Canada the ability to come out and share, love, and be part of this day. I am sure it was a very difficult day for each of you, but it meant the world to us to be able to offer our condolences and our prayers and sympathy to each of you in person, instead of electronically,today. Make sure you keep up with this blog, as I know that I, and I bet many of us who visit this blog, feel that we are part of you, part of your family now. We are connected by this, and we would be honored to stay connected with you for a very long time. Wishing you a safe journey home, peace of heart and mind, and much love. And again thank you very much for sharing yourself and your dearest Kevin with all of us.
Brenda, I wish I could have been in Winnipeg… to meet you and to join in the celebration of Kevin’s life. I’m sure it was a beautiful tribute – he is one guy who really LIVED.
Praying for continued love and support for you during this brutal transition,