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At 11:42am on December 17, 2010, kathy obiedzinski said…

jill:george as not sick either he complained about his stomach hurting and started to cough next thing i knew i heard something falling and it was george he died right on the spot god has a good  man their i am 63 years old i would have been married 36 years i also went to a therapist but i found this site more helpful that i why i am staying on it hugs

At 11:42am on December 17, 2010, kathy obiedzinski said…

jill:george as not sick either he complained about his stomach hurting and started to cough next thing i knew i heard something falling and it was george he died right on the spot god has a good  man their i am 63 years old i would have been married 36 years i also went to a therapist but i found this site more helpful that i why i am staying on it hugs

At 11:05pm on December 8, 2010, Nina said…
Jill, I am so very sorry for your loss. As I have told others on this site, God needed another Rose for his Garden, so he chose your wonderful husband. God called my husband home on March 1st, 2010. It has not been easy for me or any of us. My husband was my whole world, & I miss him more than words can say, but I no that we will be together again one day when God calls me home. So I truly no what you are going through. My Prayers are with you & your Family. Thank you for putting the beautiful poem on this site. I copied it and I'm going to send to others I no that have lost a loved one. God Bless you and your family.
At 7:41am on December 8, 2010, kathy obiedzinski said…
jill thank you for sharing this poem with me i will cherish it sorry about your loss
At 6:29pm on December 7, 2010, Elizabeth Nonnemacher said…
Hi Jill; I am so sorry for the loss of your dear husband. I too lost my soul mate Ron on the same day Sept 28, 2010. I don't understand it, and I only keep on asking WHY??? I will remember you in my prayers and hope that the upcoming holidays will be peaceful for you. I am trying to get thru each day. My son just decorated the outside of the house with lights. This was my Ron's favorite thing, a reanactmet of Chevys Chases Christmas Vacation.
Well my son wanted to honor his step father by lighting up the house. Take care JIll
At 3:02pm on December 6, 2010, Christy said…
Hey Jill, Yes, your pain is different than anyone elses- they/ we can relate but only you know the depth & so forth of your relationship- all the details others cannot begin to relate to or imagine. It's awful!
No I haven't joined a group, although I have played with the idea of starting one at my church. I'm not a very sociable person by nature, but I see a need & I believe we can benefit from real "HUGS" as well as those recieved here.
I hate this for your boys & know it is hard on them. I worry about Larry's son who had to move in w/ his mother. I know she will take care of his physical needs, however she told me that the very day Larry died she told their son who is now 12yr. that "he needs to grow up & be a man"- (no crying). That makes me sick! I wish he had someone to talk to but she won't listen to me.
Oh- on a brighter note- I attend GPC here also. I have been taking 2 classes per semester for 3 yrs- at this rate I should have a 2 yr. degree in about 6 years! ;-) They have nice small classes but dealing with financial aid & registering is lways a problem for alot of students every semester! Be prepared! Once you get past that it's do-able.
I'm here anytime- take care, Christy
At 12:31pm on December 6, 2010, Christy said…
Jill, I just read your post. I am so sorry for what we are living without! I see you live in Stockbridge. You are the 1st person I've seen who lives in Ga., most people here are all over the U.S. I live in Covington- about 15/20 min. from Stockbridge. My 1st husband's family lives there so I am familiar. It has been 3 months for me- my Larry was 38 yrs. old, it's hard to imagine we will have to continue for who knows how long, perhaps many years without the men we love (& loved us)! You are fortunate to have your boys & they you. You & yours are in my prayers- Christy
At 12:04pm on December 6, 2010, Kathy King Kates said…
Just in case you don't know, you should at least be eligible for some Social Security benefits for your sons. You are too young but you can get some benefit for them that should help some. Good luck. Every little bit helps for sure.
At 10:19pm on November 22, 2010, Basia said…
So sorry for your loss. Hang in there, one day at a time.
At 1:31pm on November 20, 2010, Ellen Brant said…
Jill, not only did I post it on my page, I made it larger and laminated it and put it on the wall in the kitchen too. THANK YOU. HUGS.
At 11:36pm on November 19, 2010, Susan Mayer said…
Jill, my husband died suddenly, too - in an accident on Sept. 5 - and I think I'm just starting to grapple with that suddenness. Early on, people kept pointing out to me how difficult it must be that Steve died suddenly, but I didn't want to focus on it. I'm more focused on it now, and it's hard. I am so sorry for your loss. Please know you are not alone.
At 6:01pm on November 19, 2010, Ellen Brant said…
Jill, I added the poem you shared on my page with Doug's pix. I hope that is OK. If not tell me and I will take it down. Thanks for sharing it. You are in my prayers between all of my tears. HUGS.
At 6:01pm on November 19, 2010, Ellen Brant said…
Jill, I added the poem you shared on my page with Doug's pix. I hope that is OK. If not tell me and I will take it down. Thanks for sharing it. You are in my prayers between all of my tears. HUGS.
At 1:59pm on November 15, 2010, Ellen Brant said…
Jill, My heart bleeds with sadness on the loss of your husband Jason. Sadly I lost the other half of me, my husband Doug the very next DARN day, 9-29-2010. He was only 55 years old and it was unexpected as well. I don't have family left, Doug was my family. My heart weeps constantly however I must say that this site has some of the most awesome folks sadly in our shoes that have joined together and seem to share such experience, strength and hope of how to move forward one step at a time. A safe place to grieve, vent, cry, and share. Together with Jason by you forever I know you too can make it. HUGS. HUGS help us grow spiritually.

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