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It has been nearly two years since my Husband died suddenly, and I find myself putting off doing simple things that I need to take care of. There are so many things, like going through his model railroad and drum things...learning to use the lawn mower...I could go on and on... Today I need to try and find out if the warranty on his pickup truck would be voided if I move it into my name, and whether or not I need to move the car loan into my name.  He bought the truck a few months before he passed, and I can not bear to sell it so I have just kept up the payments.  Do any of you find yourselves avoiding simple things that you know need to be taken care of?

    

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Yes including the smoke detector going off at 10:39pm and not being able to figure out how to open the thing to get to the battery. I ended up putting in ear plugs until I could deal with it the next day when I wasn't so tired!

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