In light of the 2020 restrictions on group gatherings we have all encountered, the HomeCare Hospice South Team will have on display a “Tree of Love” Memorial Christmas tree for the lives that we were privileged to serve. A light has been placed on the Tree of Love in memory of your loved one. The Tree of Love will be on display for the month of December and can be viewed at 100 Walnut Circle in historic downtown Hattiesburg. You are invited to drive by or stop and take some time for reflection. We would love for you share a memory of your loved one with us at https://www.facebook.com/HCHospice hashtag #HCHTreeofLove #VirtualMemorial
“Grief is love not wanting to let go.” - Earl Grollman,
Moving forward is something you have been doing since the day your loved one died. It is the essence of who we are as human beings; we move forward in our lives from all types of challenges and life changes. The ultimate challenge is the loss of someone we loved and will always love. They are the ones that help us move forward to the future challenges we will all continue to face. The memory of their love and the impact on our life will provide us with strength to endure. Each of us have special memories of those we love. We remember what Dad told us about driving, we prepare the food the way Mom did, we raise the children the way our husband or wife would have done it. We will have times when their voice enters into our lives on major decisions, as well as the smallest everyday task. Moving forward will always include looking back. We will forever feel the love of those who have gone before us. We will share the wonderful memories we have of them. We will laugh again and feel the warmth of having them in our lives.
For His cause in Grace,
On behalf of the HomeCare Hospice Team I’m,
Chuck E. Parish, D.Div., Admin.