1095... that is how many days it has been since Ted has been pain free and physically gone from our lives. Physically I say, because I can see and feel his presence all around. In our home (s) in a song or a moment. I see him in T-Moe, the same chin, voice, and now that T-Moe is working "on the truck" he dresses like his dad... sometimes I look at him and an emotional wave of love, sorrow and gratitude wash over me at once. And Eliza, Eliza has her dads eyes... those blue, sometimes greenish eyes, that change hue with the degree of green or blue she is wearing. I look into them and am so happy to see his eyes! I know he was at T-Moe's first college lacrosse game, and I know he was at Eliza's last. I felt him at her senior thesis show, and her graduation. I see him on the South Portland Lacrosse field. This years freshman, for Ted were "the class to watch". He bragged about this class, (since they were 7 years old) as being amazingly talented athletes and great team players, He couldn't wait to watch them play HS ball. I was able to attend few games, but I have a feeling he has been at all of them. He is here, and although I am grateful for the feelings, I still miss his physical being, his silly Tedisums, his ...Hi Cappy, Hey Bubba, ...What up Sweetie, ya know just the way Ted greeted folks, easy and genuine. I miss that. It seems impossible to me that it has been 3 years, 3 years! The memories of him so, fresh and right there. June is an emotional month... Flag day, today, and this year, the selling of his beautiful house. Yet with all the emotion, it feels right and part of the plan, but it is still oh so bitter sweet, so much emotion tied to it all for me. So on that note before I begin sobbing again... I will leave you with these images of the things Ted loved most... His family, building the beautiful Hawthorne Lane house, The "other woman" (we called her Casey, damn he loved that digger!), and of course Lacrosse. I miss you my dear, you are always in my heart.