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My wife's heart attack and the bonus year.

Posted on April 4, 2015 at 11:38am 0 Comments

My wife died in December 2014 of complications from acute pancreatitis.  However, about a year and a half before that, August 2013, she had a massive heart attack. 

There were no signs or forewarning symptoms.  We had spent the morning shopping and she had just made pasta sauce and finished the laundry.  She said she was feeling tired and asked me to make up the bed so that she could take a nap.  When I was almost done, I heard a strange wheezing sound and returned to the living room…


My wife"s illness and her final journey

Posted on April 1, 2015 at 2:48pm 0 Comments

My wife died of ongoing complications that developed from acute pancreatitis.  After emergency surgery she was in the ICU and ventilated for six weeks.  Her body was completely debilitated.  She then spent another month hospitalized for intense complex care to bring her to a point where she could begin to rebuild her body thru nutrition and physical rehab.  She then was at a rehabilitation facility for another month and a half trying to get well enough to come home.  After four months in…


The loss of my wife

Posted on March 31, 2015 at 7:05pm 1 Comment

My wife Tami died on December 8, 2014.  My life changed completely that day.  I lost the love of my life, my partner in everything, and the one person that knew and understood me best.  A giant hole opened in my world and has yet to close.  I am not lost without my wife.  I am capable of doing all the things that I must to go on.  Yet everything I do seems incomplete without her to share it.  It has been almost four months now, but it feels like yesterday.  I no longer cry when I see her…


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