Patricia L. Herrera
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At 9:32am on December 21, 2011, Barbara Roth said…

Hi Pat,Thank you for your letter. It's nice to know that at least someone knows where Wonder Lake is at !!! I lost my husband Jim on Oct.21,2010 after a 11 month battle with Lung Cancer. I know only too well what it is like to watch your loved one waste away. Jim and I were married 38 yrs. We have 2 daughters, 37 and 33 plus 2 grandaughters. I miss him so much, I still have a hard time believing that he's gone. I have tried to go on, but this isn't living --- it's just existing. My daughters say that as long as I get up, take a shower, feed the dogs, and go to work, that it's all they expect out of me right now. I also lost my Mom last year on Dec. 22, 2010. Two real difficult blows so close together.  Thank you for reaching out Pat, it helps. My father-in-law lives in Kerrville, Tx (by San Antonio). Where in Tx do you live? My one dear friend that I met through Legacy lives in Houston. Are you close ? Keep in touch, and sorry if I sound like I'm rambling. My thoughts fly faster than I can type !! Hugs to you Pat.

At 5:11pm on March 22, 2011, Renee' Cummings said…
Thank you Pat for your comments. You all here are so helpful. I thank God for your friendship and prayers and the words of encouragement. Things are so messed up. I am trying to get some income so I won't be homeless this month. I want to go back to Ohio, but don't have funds to move, but either way I must get out of where I am renting if I don't get funds to pay this month rent. But I know God is able to make a way out of no way, and My faith and trust is in God. Take care and God Bless and I will keep you in my prayers and heart friend.
At 6:03pm on January 27, 2011, Renee' Cummings said…
Thank you Patricia for your words of encouragement.  I will try to go to Hospice support group.  I got a letter last week about it.  I am trying to deal with it all by going to church and trying to get more involved with my church, but then when I come home the problems are always on my mind what I am going through.  I am , scared of becoming homeless here away from my family.  I want to move back to Ohio, but the weather is part of problem and finances is another. Cause I have none.  But I am a survivor and I will get through all of this.  God is in the blessing business and he will make a way out of no way.  Thanks for your prayers and your words.  I will keep in touch.
At 9:59pm on November 27, 2010, Monica Kay Bower said…
We didn't have any children. It wasn't in the cards for us. I just have my dogs and two cats. I live in the house i grew up in after my mom passed in July. I accepted her passing due to she missed my dad so much. Now my husband dies 4 months after in the same house and in our bed. I don't know how to continue cause he was my everything. People ask me how they can help when I don't even know how to help my self. Novembers and Decembers just need to disappear. Don't care for Thanksgiving, my birthday, Christmas or New Years.
At 8:06pm on November 16, 2010, Renee' Cummings said…
Thank you Patricia for your words of comfort. I am sorry for your lost also. I will keep you in my prayers and contact me anytime you want to talk. My husband of 38 years + one year engagement had been the love of my life since I was a teen and our anniversary is Sunday Nov. 21. I just might have my family over for thanksgiving because I love to cook and it could be a celebration of our love for my husband. I might cry through it all, but I guess it would be ok, we would be together. Again thanks my new friend
At 8:06pm on November 16, 2010, Renee' Cummings said…
Thank you Patricia for your words of comfort. I am sorry for your lost also. I will keep you in my prayers and contact me anytime you want to talk. My husband of 38 years + one year engagement had been the love of my life since I was a teen and our anniversary is Sunday Nov. 21. I just might have my family over for thanksgiving because I love to cook and it could be a celebration of our love for my husband. I might cry through it all, but I guess it would be ok, we would be together. Again thanks my new friend
At 3:04pm on September 30, 2010, abel washington said…
hello thanks for adding me here....can we meet on facebook?
At 1:57pm on August 13, 2010, abel washington said…
HOW ARE YOU DOING GREAT MOTHER
At 5:06pm on July 28, 2010, CINDY POWELL said…
patricia,
thanks for your prayers. yes, it is so very hard to go through something like this. i just dont really know if i am comming or going half the time. i was married for 12 years to my best friend and soulmate. how can you ever get over that?i have been desperately trying to find a good grief support group, but so far no luck. i have to work 3pm till 11pm mon-fri. which means i have to find something in the early day or on week ends. so far not much luck. however our hospice at hillcrest hospital where i work has a group which meets once a month. unfortunately it really isnt much of a group. i have been twice and it is just about 2 people.so many people for some reason dont seem to want to become a part of a grieve group. i have spoken with several widows that are not interested. but i know we all grieve differently. did your husband pass away from cancer? mine did, within 3 months after being diagnoised. i can only thank God , that to my knowledge, he only suffered towards the very end. God didnt answer my prayer to save my husband in the way i wanted which was for him to become cancer free, but he didnt let him suffer for very long.so i guess we are kinda neighbors, i know you arent too far away. maybe if you would like we could exchange phone numbers.how far away are we from each other, distance wise, do you know?well lets keep in touch.
At 7:29pm on May 31, 2010, Jeanette Kilpatrick said…
Dear Patricia, I was married for 60 years and I did not know how to live without my husband. I didn't know what to do with myself. One day, a plea came from a local mission for help. I went to see them and ask what I could do to help. I am old and crippled, but they let me know that there is still life in my body and just my presence is comfort to homeless, hurting people. I still miss my husband terribly and I cry a lot, but I try to keep busy and accept the things I cannot change and help others when I can and that helps me as much or more than it helps them. Find a good work and do it with all of your might and it will help you and give you peace.
 
 
 

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