How to live after breaking up with your loved one? Difficult, sad, lonely. You as if something is missing. First of all - air. Tears overwhelm, heart smiles, emotions are bred. But you need to live on. Sometimes it is very difficult, but it is necessary.…Continue
Added by Linda S. Davis on May 22, 2019 at 3:00am — No Comments
Frankie, you should be used to making coffee in the morning. It is a minor thing and he did it so well. He would laugh today and remind you to not forget to put the grounds in. He knew you had brain fog in the mornings. He is hugging you from heaven with a twinkle in his eyes.
Added by Frances C Younger on May 20, 2019 at 7:06am — No Comments
Dear Frankie, Remember to put on your muscle rub cream before you cry in the morning. Wash your hands before you drop those tears and touch your eyes. Well, it did refocus your thoughts.
My husband's health notably got worse after a stroke about a year ago. Although his life was spared for a while, it was obvious to both of us - although not discussed much - that he probably would not out-live me. I had dealt with being a widow before. He had been a widow and one day we came up with the idea of Huggy. Near Valentine's day he bought me a huge stuffed Monkey and we named it Huggy. Frequently he or I would hug the monkey. The monkey was to…Continue
Second time around, just as painful, but maybe more hopefull. I have past the third month and have not quite shelved my grief, tears come frequently and I still find it hard to talk much about him. Went to a local festival yesterday and missed holding his hand.
I have kept busy. Over the spring break I actually read and enjoyed a book, The Dutch Wife. …Continue
Added by Frances C Younger on May 5, 2019 at 9:52am — No Comments