Tagged: Runions

A most miraculous and beautiful message — From Dad

Today I received a message from my Dad, through someone I love dearly. And it was beautiful. Yes. I cried. Dad is currently watching over his brother with his own Dad and Mom. This was “seen”. (My Mom has moved on, as I had known from a dream that hubby had, this has now been confirmed.) Dad is young again, 25ish. His spirit is bathed in bright white light, shining, glowing, full of love, joy and happiness, from all the good he did upon this earth. He is rewarded now, as I knew he would be and his light...

What do I feel… now that it’s over?

It’s over. It’s done. Runions has been sentenced. 60 months minus 10 months (ish) served and minus 15% for good behavior. What do I feel? At first, shell-shocked. Probably still shell-shocked. Numb, even. When I read my statement, I looked him in his eyes. Yes, he even looked back as I accused him. As my voice broke, as I found my strength. He looked back at me. He did not have eyes of a killer. I’d like to believe that once he gets out, he will never drink and drive again. I’d like to believe that he will find...

My new statement for the judge for the sentencing

Back in January, I had the opportunity to give a short statement to give this court and I wrote a brief, yet powerful statement. Then, I was told I had more time than I thought to speak to the court so this short statement has grown. Now, three months later, I finally have the chance to speak again and I’m here to tell you that nothing has changed but my statement got longer. It still hurts. The pain supposedly gets easier to deal with, over time, but it doesn’t fade. I am still raw with it. So many times...

Mr. Runions. You murdered my parents.

This is the letter I wrote to Mr. Runions. Hopefully I can read it in court on Friday. (update April 2017: it got postponed until April This was a good thing in so many ways. Here was what I ended up reading during the sentencing.. and looking Runions in the eyes: My new statement for the judge for the sentencing ) Mr. Runions, you murdered my parents. You knowingly got into your vehicle after drinking alcohol and you murdered my parents. You were military, I used to be a military spouse, I know how much the military demands that soldiers do...