"want to hear another good one from a dr that was for 10 years my moms heart dr. when she was in hospital he went in and said,well dorothy there isn't anything else we can do,you're going to dye. at thatpoint my mom quite fighting and gave…"
"you said everything i went through in your first paragraph. only my husband was not in the military, that was another life with my first husband, but the love of my life passed 3-26-11,we had all the arragements made of what we both wanted, we…"
Thanks for your encouragement, Linda. Some days I get through ok. In fact, sometimes I think I'm doing better than I should be allowed to be doing considering it's been such a short time since he passed. Then other days it's as if my whole world has crashed all over again. I know what you mean about trying to remember his voice. I had my son-in-law download Glenn's voice from the answering machines and his cell phone voicemail onto a CD so I can have it forever. My daughter also has a copy. She was Daddy's little girl in every way. It's so hard for her even though she is married with a family of her own. One day my son called and when I picked up the phone and heard his voice, for a split second I thought it was Glenn. He sounds so much like his dad. I continued to let him talk just to hear that voice a little longer. I haven't been able to erase his voice from the answering machine. I know I need to, I just can't seem to do it. I haven't gone through his clothes or anything either. I know I should give them to someone, but I just don't know if I can do it yet. I thank God for my kids, their spouses, the grandbabies and my close friends who have been there for me. And I thank God for you, Linda, for reaching out to me in your grief.
May the Lord wrap His loving arms around you and give you peace during this season.