Marsha H's Blog (3)


My Ernie passed away April, 2011 and I miss him every day.  On September 11th, 2011 my sweet little cat Molly passed away suddenly without warning and she was only 10 years old and was fine the night before.  I felt like the Grim Reaper was parked on my door step even though I pray so much to make me strong and get on with my life.  I have also lost a great deal of weight even though I was eating fairly well and I chalked it up to grief.  I often lose weight when under a great deal of…


Added by Marsha H on February 12, 2012 at 4:41pm — 2 Comments

When does the upside of life start?

The months have flown by since my Ernie passed away April, 2011, yet in some ways very slow.  I have no children where I can look at them and see part of him in them, but blessed with family, neighbors and dear girlfriends who go out of their way to help me.  Still, I feel empty inside and so very lonely.  I have had an acquaintance of my husband look me up and ask me out and I was stunned!  I think it was in poor taste and this person would be the last person on earth I would ever consider…


Added by Marsha H on February 8, 2012 at 7:48pm — No Comments

My beloved husband Ernie passed away April 27, 2011

I an so relieved to have found this blog as only those that have lost a spouse or child can feel the pain and loneliness that we have been feeling and it is different than losing one's parents.  Ernie and I have known each other 45 years and married 39 years this August. Unfortunately we were not blessed with children and I've been feeling so alone. I am blessed with family and many good friends, but until one has experienced this type of death they cannot begin to imagine what it feels like. … Continue

Added by Marsha H on June 11, 2011 at 7:16pm — 3 Comments

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