Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Some Time Off...

As I am sure you have noticed, I am taking some time off from writing Shiloh's daily blog. Tony's passing hit me exceedingly hard and this is a very difficult time for me right now. I know everyone understands this. Tony and his love were my life for 16 years and I need some time to mourn his passing in private and to begin to build a new life for me.

Shiloh will re-open to visitors and volunteers on November 15th. Rescue work continues, and will continue, at Shiloh.

Thank you to everyone for your support and love for Tony.

Jill Curtis

6 comments:

Terry said...

Take all the time you want, dear Jill. We wish you the best.

Flartus said...

Oddly, I was just thinking about you this morning, and wondering how you were feeling these several weeks later. I'm glad you know that we fans of Shiloh understand your silence.

Anonymous said...

When my mother died I felt I wanted to join her. This was a very dark place to be. I could not understand all the feelings I was experiencing and thought I must be very weak. I found a simple book, I believe it is "Living When a Loved One Has Died by Earl A. Grollman. This book helped me tremendously at this heartbreaking time. Please consider reading it. I kept it by my side every moment when my mom died. I hope you take a look at this book and that it might offer you some comfort.

Elaine said...

Jill we miss you for sure but understand totally your need to take time for you. I remember when my parents died how I felt. I wanted time to stop the two most important people in my life were gone and so much I wanted the world to stop just for a moment to let me grasp this great sadness. It takes time and only time to help you be at peace. Take the time you need. You are loved by all that know you and we will do all we can to help you get through this difficult time.

Found art blog said...

I've said elsewhere, we're not going anywhere. Take your time. This is totally at your pace, not ours.

Mikey said...

Take all the time you need. We'll still be here.