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This might be a rough time for many of you. Do what you feel you need to do to get through it. Remember, someone is here almost all the time to talk to you.
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Happy 4th everyone, Hope everyone has family or friends to help them thru this holiday. This is the 2nd 4th without my Greg and am having a hard time with it, my girls are coming over for dinner and to do a few fireworks today then on Saturday we will go to my sisters for a huge party with family, we will see how it goes, it seems harder this year for some reason but last year it was only 2months since Greg passed so maybe I was still in shock, I don't know. everyone be safe and have a good day
Thank you all so much.
YAY Mary Jane! So happy to hear this news.
Mary Jane Im so glad things went well for you, I was thinking of you yesterday and saying a prayer
Mary Jane ... HURRAH ... Prayers really do work! So happy things went well for you.
Mazel Tov on the great news. Very happy for you!
I AM FINE!!!! No cancer...thank u all so much..it’s naptime..back much later.
Mary Jane...I'm thinking about you and praying for the best outcome. I'm sorry the prep has made you so sick. I hope you're feeling better by the time you check back in with us
In 2 hrs I leave for my colonoscopy. I have never been sicker in my life..they gave me WAAAAY too much prep and pills, and not to be graphic, but still haven,t stopped. I called the drs ofc to make sure I could still come in and she said yes, it is common so I am going. I started the prep at 2 pm..it is now 10am. I have done this b4 and it was NEVER EVER like this. I am also dehydrated but can,t have water...I can barely get into the shower.plus it is almost 100 degrees today. I am so very weak.
It was difficult for me yesterday, I was moved to do this last month. Something I had been thinking about for a long time and when I saw the ad on FB it hit me...Mark was telling me he wanted it. Sounds silly to some, but not to us on this site. I had the Urn sitting in the dinning room for over a week and bought the big planter a few days ago. As usual I put it on my procrastination list of things to do. Yesterday at church, the message was about the word 'Now' and how we all procrastinate...about a lot more things than tasks etc...for our discussion here I won't go into to the theological parts of the message. However, I did google the word now as to how many times it is used in the KJB...1335 times. That was all I needed to get off my couch and get started. I shudder to think how many missed opportunities I have missed out on because of my procrastination. Mark and the forces of this wonderful universe push me along into unknown territory now more than ever. If I am thinking of someone, I do not put it off. Thanks to the wonderful world of technology I can call, text or message that person. Sometimes all they need is a hello...
I think dear sister that you are too humble about yourself...your calling was to this site. I see the progress each one of us faces thanks to everyone on this site, but for me, I have you personally to thank. You were the first one to immediately reach out to me. And I continue to see you reach out to everyone, putting aside your own grief, anger, hurt and loneliness to help others. I am most blessed to have you in my life.
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