I get it…

I assumed I got it – that I understood the feeling of sadness when you heard of something horrible happening to a child. Actual stories in the news are heartbreaking, but I am also affected by anything I see on TV or in the movies. I saw Titanic last weekend at the theatre while it was being re-released for a limited time. I forgot how sad it was to watch all of those people drowning at the end as the boat sank – or how hard it would be to hear children and babies crying out for their families as they got separated in the commotion at the end of the film.

I have a bad habit of putting myself into movie situations and I start to think how empty I would feel if I ever lost Aidan. Yes, it is morbid, but I had no idea how much I DIDN’T know what it would feel like to have a son, never mind losing one.

Love you A.

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