Grief, Uncategorized

No Warning



My article,”Grief with no warning,” appears this month in

Living Lutheran Magazine. 

You can read it at:

5 thoughts on “No Warning”

  1. Jennifer,
    So very sorry to learn of the death of Tony last year. I remember your beautiful family from our days at St. Paul. May your journey forward be blessed by people to support you and the boys as you heal.

  2. Jennifer,
    I don’t know if you remember me. I spoke with my sister Martha yesterday and was asking about you. Years ago, my sons and I visited Marty and Joe in Chicago and you visited us at their place. I understand if you don’t remember. I think it was probably about 25 years ago. I just wanted you to know that you found a special place in my heart during that visit. I loved how sweet you were to my boys.

    I never met your husband, and am sorry that you have to live through that painful grief. My oldest son, David, (you met him when he was about 4 or 5) died almost 7 years ago when he was 21.

    You are in my thoughts and in my prayers. And I pray for the repose of Tony’s soul. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed rest in peace.

    In the Love of Jesus and Mary,
    Flo Miller (sister of Martha Kasten)

    1. Flo,
      I remember you and your boys. I remember loving your boys and hoping in my heart that I one day would have children of my own. Sadness fills me knowing your David died.

      Peace be with you on your journey.

      1. If you ever want to chat privately, you have my email address.
        God Bless you!

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