I made the decision that I am now strong enough to let go of some of Zachary’s things. Tangible objects that were his earthly treasures. He is now in Heaven with his Heavenly treasures and he is not in need of any of his worldly possessions. I can let go of some items or maybe even all of them. They are only tangible items that brought him joy in the moment. By letting go of these items it doesn’t mean letting go of him. I will forever have the intangibles. I can never “give away” my memories of, my feelings for, nor my connection to Zachary. These intangibles are eternal. I know everyone grieves in their own way, in their own time, and it is not a necessarily a match to my timeline. When other family members are hurt or confused about my actions of letting the tangible items go; it leaves me pained and confused. I don’t know if I should wait for them to “catch up” to where I am or just proceed and hope they can come to terms with it. Anyone farther along in this painful journey that has an opinion or is willing to share what you did or didn’t do; I would love to hear from you. This painful journey doesn’t come with directions, I am just bumbling along the path trying to do my best.