Posted on July 13, 2010 at 8:20am
My Brad passed away on August 5, 2009. It was very sudden, he left to go to the store and the minute he left our subdivision (35 seconds later) he suffered cardiac arrest and was gone. I heard sirens and had a sick feeling in my stomach for a few seconds and then my neighbor came over to ask if Brad was home, I said no but he would be right back, thinking she needed help with something as Brad helped everyone out. She had a funny look on her face and said there was an accident and there was a… Continue
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My husband to found a dog on the canal, its a female pit-bull, big, after Don died she would not come in the house for 5 yrs, she kept waiting for him, I didnt have the heart to give her away, during a bad rain storm she came in the house I got her a towel and got her dry, an a dog blanket, now she's a house dog, lol an rules the roost, I have 2 other dogs(weenie dogs) an my husband' turtle he found so it's a zoo here but they are loved. My youngest son just moved back home with me as he was always worried after i fell and broke my arm, so he's a GOD* send, and Im not alone now altho sometimes I miss the quiet. My oldest son lives 4 houses down w/ his wife an my gr-kids but we have problems o well. Im not going to dwell on it. it's there loss.
Thank you for accepting me as a friend.
Yours was such a traumatic experience and so sudden. As months go by friends go on living their lives and we are left with so many little memories of things our husbands did for us that bring it all back and it is a very lonely feeling.So many things I did not realize I would miss so much. When I would read and fall asleep, he would take my book and my glasses and put them away. Every day I remember so much that I miss about him. His smile and laugh was so
contagious that during a tour of a castle, the tour guide stopped everything and
spoke to my husband about his wonderful smile. He made his long illness bearable beause he joked, smiled and laughed every day. He was heartbroken when he had to retire at barely 46, but he managed to not take it out on me or
his family. With many surgeries and three defibrillators he lived many more years. Surgeons told us he was amazing, and he was. I am sure your husband
was just as dear.
My husband died on April 2, 2010. His death has not gotten easier.
Barb wanted to stop by with a hug and let you know Brad's star is out there winking down over you. HUGS from Brad too. Ellen~
Thanks for listening and being here. HUGS.
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