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Bereaved Spouses

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Comment by Marsha H on December 14, 2020 at 4:12am

Hello my dear family ...  I haven't forgotten any of you and things are just a little rough for me at this time, but will soon get back to posting.  I wanted to leave this link 'A Christmas Prayer' by Neil Diamond (doesn't matter what religion you are)https://www.reshareworthy.com/neil-diamond-sings-christmas-prayer/?...  that I hope gives you peace.  You see, each Christmas even though I may spend it alone I always have the tradition of my Christmas tree and decorated fireplace mantle as Ernie and I use too.  It gives me comfort.  I hope all of you are staying safe and hanging in there.

You know I love you all.

Marsha

Comment by deborah peck on December 5, 2020 at 3:03pm

Praying for you both Chuck and Steve, hopefully he wont need any more surgeries for a long time, be safe and well

Comment by Chicago Beard on December 5, 2020 at 11:20am

Chuck and Steve

Very happy and gratified that the surgery went well. Now on to the healing and staying away from hospitals for a long long time!

Comment by Sara Murphy on December 4, 2020 at 9:15pm

HI Chuck & Steve....thinking of you both.  I'm sorry you needed surgery again Steve and praying for a speedy recovery.   

Love you both

Sara

Comment by Charles E. Nelson on December 4, 2020 at 8:47pm

Hello everyone,

 Just wanted to let you know that Steve is fine and his surgery went very well. We actually had a very pleasant day at the hospital, 100% due to the caring compassionate nursing staff who recognized us and went above and beyond to keep us calm and comfortable. It didn't hurt that I brought a huge box of homemade cookies for the staff! Thank you Chicago, Trina, Jeanette, and everybody for your support today and always - we love our dear Legacy family

Stay well and safe - 

Love, Chuck

Comment by Trina Mamoon on December 4, 2020 at 3:53pm

Dear Chuck,

Keeping you and Steve in my thoughts and prayers as your go through this difficult experience.

Sending love to you both and healing vibes to Steve.

Hugs, Trina

Comment by Chicago Beard on December 4, 2020 at 3:31pm

Chuck

Hope Steve's surgery is successful and completes what needs to be done. Stay safe and take care!

Comment by Jeanette McSherry on December 4, 2020 at 9:00am

Please tell Steve he's in our thoughts and prayers. So sorry both of you have to go through this. I know how emotionally draining it can be. Call if there's anything I can do. Love Jenni

Comment by Charles E. Nelson on December 4, 2020 at 8:51am

Hi everyone,

Just letting you all know that Steve is having out-patient surgery this afternoon. This is the second in 2 months, and while there is no major cause for concern, it's still surgery and I hate seeing him go through this again. We are managing, but as you all know this brings up for us all kinds of "background noise" surrounding illnesses, hospitals, etc. I will post again tonight to let you all know how he is - how we both are - and can already feel the support and strength coming our way from everyone who reads this. 
Hugs and love to all from us both

Love, Chuck

Comment by Sara Murphy on November 30, 2020 at 3:54pm

Steve....Thinking about you on this 6th anniversary.  I'm glad you re-posted this poem.  I remember reading it before but now I'm going to copy it so I'll have it.   It's a nice reminder that our loved ones are right by our side

Hugs,

Sara

 

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