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A continutaion of the "When a Spouse or Partner Dies" thread.
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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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Way to go Deborah!
I find that when I happen to be in the company of adults, I am way more chatty than I used to be. My wife was a talker, so I always had that interaction (she called herself my babbling brook). I guess I miss that more than I realize.
Prayers for your new adventure. :-)
So I did a thing today, I went back to work for the first time in 3 years, I had quit the year before Greg passed away, I think God was making sure we got extra time before he was gone, It was great to be out again even though I am exhausted and my feet are throbbing it feels right to me, I am 63 so this was a big step for me especially without Greg cheering me on but I really needed something for just me and to interact with adults other then my children, so say some prayers for my new adventure
I just got a chance to read that, Chuck..thanks you for the wonderful laugh, WITH you, not AT you. These are the stories that we pass down, or tell everyone. You made us smile...we have all seen that ominous button, and wondered what happens if we push it. Now we know! Wow! I am happy you shared your experience.
Chuck that is so funny, I can just picture all the chaos going on, gave me a good laugh. Hope all the test come out good, have been thinking of you both since reading this and said some prayers
L'shanah tovah to our Jewish members!
I have been wanting to post for days, but Steve and I have spent the last week going from one doctor's office to another having labs and check-ups for Steve following his radiation treatments last year. Today it was him having a bone density scan.
Yesterday we returned to the rheumatologist's office so Steve could have lab work done after fasting - our visit last week we discovered that one of the elevators was being repaired, so our ride to the eighth floor included many stops with people waiting each time the doors opened to go up or down.
When we got in an empty elevator due to the early hour, just as the door was closing a FedEx delivery guy rushed toward us and Steve said "Push the hold button". I, with my usual brilliance, pushed the red emergency button which set off a call to nearby paramedics and rescue squads heard over the speaker. As we paused at every floor, more people got on hearing the voices of responders asking if anyone could reply and what was the emergency. With everybody looking at me I sheepishly admitted over the speaker that the call was a mistake and I was sorry for causing alarm- literally.
The voice said not to worry, it happens - and Steve just gave me a look that I have come to recognize well - a mix of amusement, pity, and general resignation - I call it my "Lucy, you got some 'splaining to do" look. Some of you will get that I'm sure.
Anyway, I just thought you all might get a kick out of that, knowing that even though I may not be of great help to Steve lifting and toting stuff for him, the comic relief I provide is priceless.
Marsha, Sara, Deborah, and everyone else - I want to write individual to you each and hope soon things will calm down enough to gather my thoughts - but not too much - I do have to keep in form, and am available for weddings and bar mitzvahs for a small fee and travel expenses.
Love to all and everyone be well
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