Monday, July 28, 2008

He really is gone....

I just returned home from California and I wish I could say that I was there on a relaxing vacation, but I can't. I went to San Diego to be with my family and attend Sam's funeral. Words can't explain the emotions felt this weekend. There was sadness, anger, shock and Love. I truly have been so blessed to be in this HUGE family that is filled with so much love. I wish that we didn't HAVE to get together this weekend, but it was so nice to feel comforted by so many people. I love all my cousins so much and losing one of them has been a huge eye opener. The service was beautiful. It was a perfect representation of Sam's life. Such wonderful words were spoken and the spirit was so strong. Sam's immediate family all were so inspiring. Drew wrote an awesome biography of his brothers life that made us laugh and cry. I still ache and I know I will for a while but I have realized that this life is so fragile. I want to be a better person, friend, mother and wife. I want those around me to know how much appreciate them! Hang in there Snyder family! Sam is with you and always be.

Me and Drew
The boysSam's little sister Nena

Me, Reegan and Corley (cousins


Derrick & Laurice said...

That is breaking my heart. I am so happy that you have such a great family that all support each other.

SarahBoBera said...

Posey, I hope you know that you and your family have been in my thoughts and prayers. I am truly sorry for your loss.

Reed(Anne) said...

I am an old friend of your mom. Please have her call me (800)334-1271 work or (610)847-5250 home. I came across this site and found out about Sam - I am so sorry. Please contact me at my blogspot Does your mom have an email address? My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Reed(anne) Eisentraut


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