Good morning Theresa. Thank you for your kind words. My husband has been gone for 9 months on September 3rd. And I still miss him so. I had a sweet little Pekingese that was 15 years old. His name was Noah. . 2 weeks after my husband passed away, I had to have him put to sleep. My mother owns some land. I buried my dog beside of my husband. Cause my husband loved that dog. My husband had a rough life. About 15 years ago, he had triple by pass. Then in 2008, he had stage 4 throat cancer. He was in hispital a lot in December. He had pneumonia, sepsis, & heart problems. He was on a breathing machine. 15 minutes after we took him off, he was gone. I'm sure I'm like you. He was the absolute love of my life. The circumstances aren't great. But I'm glad we could chat. Don't know if you text. But if you would like to text me sometime, would be fine. email@example.com. Hope you have a wonderful day! Faye. =)
Hi Theresa,thank you for adding me as your friend. I've read your blogs,and seems like you really know what I'm going throug. My husband left me in March, with no warning. I'm devastated over his passing. He was my everything, best friend soul mate,my life. This is such a struggle. Any words of wisdom is something I will be grateful for. Looking for comfort some how some way. Hope to hear from you soon, thank you
Let me see. I am 55. I was married very happily for 22 years to Bruce. He died in January of Prostate cancer. He lived 3 years with it and it was very aggressive. I am a nutrition program coordinator for Adams County Wisconsin. I am passionate about making sure that families, especially children get enough and the right kinds of food to be healthy and be able to learn. I have three dogs: snickers, a shih Tzu with cancer, a five year old black and white springer--half bench, half field named Miss Belle Pepper and Bruce's springer, a liver and white bench who just turned ten. Her name is Lady Roxy. They are my salvation. Bruce and I lost a child before I could carry it to term. I live in a pre-Victorian farmhouse from 1860 or so that we have gradually and now I am gradually returning to the original. I love antique christmas ornaments and just found a glass Dublin Irish pipe similar to the one my husband had growing up but broke two years ago. I've been looking ever since. My collection spans over 100 years.