Marsha Thompson
  • Female
  • Felton, DE
  • United States
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Wondering when trips to Heaven will be available, because I would be first in line if it meant I could see you Jerry, just one more time.. I miss you!

I lost my husband Jerry on October 18,2010 and I miss him so much! He was my best friend, companion, protector and the love of my life! We met in 2000, married in 2003 and I'll forever love and cherish the memories. I don't even know what to write, I feel so sad, but thankful that he is with our Lord in Heaven and I will see him again one day. The sadness is overwhelming and I just don't know what I will do without him here.

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At 6:23pm on December 30, 2010, Susan Mayer said…

Hi Marsha - Just wanted to check in, say hi, and see how you're doing.  I haven't heard from you in a while, although I've been dividing my time between this site and the bereaved spouses group on Facebook.  If you're on Facebook, or want to join (it's free), once you're set up, search for "bereaved spouses" in the search box, and you'll find the group.  It's small, but you'll see some familiar names.

 

I hope you got through Christmas okay and that the New Year brings you some comfort and peace.  Hugs - Susan

At 7:24am on December 5, 2010, Barbara Roth said…
Hi Marsha, Haven't heard from you in awhile. Hope you are doing as well as can be expected. Winter has started, got 4 inches of snow yesterday. I hate snow. Let me know how you are, I'm worried. Take care.
At 9:44pm on November 26, 2010, Barbara Roth said…
Hi Marsha, checking up on you. How was your Thanksgiving? Mine went by better than I expected. Today was another story. A very lonely day. Jim has been gone 5 wks, and the pain is getting worse. At first I couldn't cry, now that's all I do. People seem to think I should be getting better, don't think so. Let me know how you're doing. Take care.
At 11:32pm on November 19, 2010, Sharon Ankrum said…
You are so right, Barbara. It helps to have others to share these feelings with. A big hug to you tonight.
At 10:54pm on November 19, 2010, Susan Mayer said…
I'm so sorry you have to lose your house along with everything else. I probably will put mine on the market in the spring as I have a disability, and the house has more space (and stairs) than I can easily navigate. Financially it will be a strain down the road as well, with just one income, so I hope I can sell it, take the equity, and get a condo - in an elevator building! But Steve and I loved this house, were married here, so selling it will break my heart, even if it is the wisest course. I try not to think too much about it; I tell myself when it's time to put it on the market, maybe the pain will be just a little bit less. But I know I'll cry when I have to leave, as you're doing now. My heart goes out to you. Too many losses too soon. I'm sending a hug; take care of yourself.
At 10:12pm on November 18, 2010, Susan Mayer said…
Hi Marsha - I hope you've managed to get through today okay, another of those too-numerous, sad anniversaries. We will all get though these together, difficult as they are.

Great picture of Jerry on your page; such smiling eyes! I know you miss him terribly; how could you not?
At 2:43am on November 18, 2010, Charlene Ozawa said…
Thanks Marsha. Hugs to you!
At 6:33pm on November 17, 2010, bc said…
Thanks Marsha, but I'm not doing so well. My mom who has Alzheimer's has turned another corner and is in the late stage now. When Brad was here he was my rock, he taught me to be strong and was right there beside me when things went wrong. When I lost my father 4 years ago, Brad was by my side always and when I'd go and visit my mom when she wasn't this bad, Brad went with me every time and even wanted to bring her to our house to live and take care of her. Now I'm close to losing her and I want Brad here to hold my hand. I hope you are doing okay and I will be in touch. Love you and thanks again for thinking of me.
Barb
At 9:49pm on November 14, 2010, Barbara Roth said…
Hi Marsha, Just checking on you. Today was a quiet day for me, means I only broke down a few times. This is definitly the worst time of my life. I have lost my brother, my father, mother-in-law, but this is the hardest pain I have ever dealt with. That's because Jim was always there with a hug. Wish I had that hug now.
At 8:21pm on November 14, 2010, Sharon Ankrum said…
keep on venting, Marsha. It's part of the process, and it does help. I ache for you, and I wish I could do something to help. I can be here to communicate with you, anytime you want.

Sharon
 
 
 

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