Eating a chocolate dessert from Red Lobster

Javier, my only son loves chocolate. And now that anthony is no longer with me it was something that me and Javier did in respect to Anthony and his memory. You see, Anthony, my oldest son was killed on January 2014 by a reckless driver. We spent time milling over our loss as a family of people that really never had the money to go out and eat really good dinners and great desserts.

Now Javier and me go out and when we do, we eat a dessert in honor of my deceased and beloved son, Anthony.

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27 thoughts on “Eating a chocolate dessert from Red Lobster”

  1. I’m so sorry for your loss. I can’t imagine how difficult it was, and still is. I’m glad that you’re starting a tradition to remember the happy things.

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  2. It breaks my heart for the lose of your blessing, Anthony. To make a tribute to him is awesome. I have never been to a Red Lobster– sounds really yummy. This makes every desert so special. Peace be with you, and yours.

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  3. Very sorry for the loss of your son; doing something that you enjoy is a good way to honor his memory and remember the happiness your son gave to you while he was still alive.

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  4. I ‘m so sorry for the loss of your beloved son. I have never eaten dessert at Red Lobster. But nest time I go I will be sure to order the dessert and pray for Gods blessing for you.

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  5. I’m so very sorry to hear about the loss of your son. My prayers are with you and your family. I think this is a sweet way to honor him.

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  6. I am so sorry for the lost of your precious son. What a beautiful way to honor and enjoy the memory of Anthony. I lost my precious little girl in a house fire and I wish I had thought to do something special like this in her honor with her sisters.

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  7. I’m sorry for your loss. That chocolate dessert looks amazing, it is definitely something that I need to try. Thank you for sharing this post.

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  8. I’m so sorry about the loss of your son. It is great that you and your son have a way to honor him. That dessert looks delicious and I love chocolate.

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  9. I am so sorry for your loss! We lost my four year old great grandson three years ago. A huge old big screen TV fell on him, he was trying to change the channel. It happened at his other great grandparents home, my daughter and I cannot bring ourselves to go over there. His great grand father took the TV and smashed it into bits. I guess it helped with his pain. His mom is just now starting to come to terms with his loss. Up until the last month, it was something she could not talk or read about. She has finally started seeing a counselor for her grief. I now spend as much time as I can online and in person trying to tell other parents about securing their TV’s and heavy furniture, especially with young children around.

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  10. I am so very sorry for the loss of your son. It must be devastating but you have chosen to do something positive and make good memories with a tribute to your son. Chocolate is a mood enhancer and the love you share with each other helps your survive the grief.

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  11. Condolences to you and your family on the loss of your son. A parent should never have to bury a child. I admire the unique way you choose to honor him, involving other family members. God Bless.

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