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I know there are to be waves of emotions, but the last month has been mostly bumping against the bottom of the ocean. The surge will never end, nor do I want it to, but I am draped in a cloak of sadness, just missing Dillon more than ever. I am generally an upbeat person and a problem solver. The change that took hold when Dillon had that accident, took all my skills away, since I was facing a problem with no solution. While we all try to say live in the moment, it is difficult not to take a peak at the future. As a family we are trying to solve other’s problems through the good works of the DIllon Henry Foundation. But, individually we must face every day without Dillon, and that task seems monumental at times.

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