"People just loved him. There was something about him." --Bill Graham, his uncle
Good Mourning, Widows. Joy to you and me.
Today we welcome famous widow Missy Montgomery, wife of famous Army Sgt. Robert J. Montgomery, Jr., to our joy-ous club.
Missy became a widow on May 23, 2007.
Army Sgt. Robert J. Montgomery died from wounds suffered when an explosive detonated near his unit.
Army Sgt. Robert J. Montgomery hailed Scottsburg, IN. He was 29 years old.
Missy has their three children, Little Joe, age 7, Skyla, age 9, and Ella, age 2, to see her through her grief journey.
To Missy, to Army Sgt. Robert J. Montgomery's entire family, our sincerest condolences and gratitude. We wish you mourning joy all the days of your lives.
Q: What do you call a man who doesn't sink?
"Grief is a journey, often perilous and without clear direction, that must be taken. The experience of grieving cannot be ordered or categorized, hurried or controlled, pushed aside or ignored indefinitely. It is inevitable as breathing, as change, as love. It may be postponed, but it will not be denied."--Molly Fumia
After we remember Him, fingerhug your pen.
What is postponed, what is denied in your life? What isn't postponed? What isn't denied?
Write something. Go ahead. I dare you.
Have an abundantly joy-filled day, Widows. And remember, we're not alone.