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DH is not a holiday person but he tries. His mother died 20 years ago and he still has trouble with the Holidays. They buried her on Thanksgiving, don't ask me why. So every season he struggles. He wonders about his mother not seeing her grandchildren and so on. Currently he is struggling with work. His mood defiantly has a negative effect on his job. Which gets him into trouble. Please send Pixies to help him....Thanks!
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Poor guy. I can understand - my MiL was buried the day before Mother's Day. One of her DDs still won't let anyone give her anythign for Mother's Day. I miss my MiL and always think about how much I would want her to be there to see the kids we had after she died (DD Kathryn was born 22 days after her death).