1 year ago today I posted this picture and wrote this caption knowing how hard Josh was fighting for his life. I live each day with this reminder and I hope you can too... "Simply thankful for your existence each and every day. No matter how good or bad you have it, wake up each day thankful for your life. Someone somewhere else is desperately fighting for theirs..."
There is always something to be thankful for... This year I am thankful for understanding friends and family who have stood by my side through this roller coaster ride of grief that I have been on and will continue to be on indefinitely. I am thankful for the love and support I have received while launching Josh’s legacy, the Josh Powell Foundation. I am also thankful for the last three Thanksgivings Josh and I got to spend together. And for every other day in between... Last
I married the love of my life 1 year ago today. He was and always will be the best decision I have ever made. Living without him by my side this past year has been the most painful experience I’ve ever had to endure. However, at the end of the day I’m still here and no matter how hard I pray he’s never coming back. My only choice is to Keep Going. Not only for me but for him. I wake up everyday wishing that when I open my eyes he will be there laying next to me. Then the excr
I couldn't think of a better way to celebrate my 1 year wedding anniversary weekend then to be at West Point honoring my late husband, soul mate, and love of my life Josh Powell. Thank you to The McGue family, CPT Sweezy, West Point athletic department, Army Football, and everyone else who made this beautiful locker dedication possible. It's because of people like you that allow Josh's memory and what he stood for to live on forever. That alone makes me one happy wife. Happy
I wanted to send out a quick update on the progress of JPF since officially launching the foundation. Due to your continued love and support over the last 2 months I have been able to send out Keep Going packages to hundreds of sarcoma warriors all over the world. These wristbands have brought hope, courage, and strength to those effected by and currently battling sarcoma all over the US, Australia, India, Ireland, London, and Canada. These packages are currently filled with