This January marked five years since June officially went on hospice, and February 4 was five years since she died. While I share the story of June’s end of life privately (when people ask) among family, close friends and with other parents I meet through June Jessee Memorial Foundation (JJMF), I’ve been reluctant to share on a blog post or social media.
In the beginning, I was afraid of any negative comments or what people might think of our family’s choices. My heart was too fragile to handle any possible criticism.
As time went on, it was less about fear of criticism than my inability to relive such a dark time. At the end of last year during a JJMF Moms Connection event, I realized through the discussion we had together that sharingRead more on themighty.com