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New to this site and am curious if there are any people in the northern Alabama area.

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Hi Navywife,

Welcome to Widowed Village.  I'm sorry you are here, but here is the best place to be.  Here you can scream, cry, rage, and rant.  We all speak the same language as we all have lost our right arms, our best friends, and the love of our life.  Take some time and read the various groups, look through the forums, and blogs.  When  you feel ready join us in the chat room.  The more you talk about your love, what happened, and add details and feelings, the  better you will become.

The answer to your question is "Probably."  Folks here are from all over the world.  It is truly International in flavor. 

I live at 10,000' inside the Colorado Rocky Mountains, in south Park County CO. 

Susan, my wife of 35 years, went to sleep one Sunday night and did not wake up Monday morning.  That will be 6 years ago this December.  I am retired navy.  I went in on 01 April '65 (April Fools Day, ya gotta love it!)  and retired at "19 & 6" January '84. 

((HUGS))

Frank

Navywife...I'm near Jacksonville. Welcome. I'm sorry you are a member. There are some super people here.

Tracie

Hi Navywife, welcome.  I'm in mid-South Carolina, I hope you find a buddy close.  It's so helpful to have friends who "get" you.  I'm SO sorry for your loss.

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