I have read several articles and books, and have heard people speak on the subject of grief since losing Randy almost six months ago. They all talk about grief coming in stages. One of those stages being talked about is anger. But I have to wonder. With whom should I be angry? I certainly can’t be angry with Randy. I know he would be here if he could. It wasn’t his choice to leave us. And I can’t be angry with God. He saved Randy from continued pain and possibly amputation and blindness. God showed a great deal of mercy on him. So I wonder why anger is such a common thread in the grief process. Am I missing something? Am I going to suddenly wake up one day and be consumed with this new phase of the grief process? I sure hope not. I have or am experiencing some of the other phases however. They are very real. But I am not angry. I hope it’s the one phase I can continue to not experience.