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man it must be in the air huh! we would have been putting the boat in the water, and been out on the bike like a doz times, which I still can not ride YET I WILL though..... but not hanging on to my baby it is too sad......
Gordy's widow - yes, I hear that voice in my own head. I realize that my grief does weigh me down and it is hard to move forward at times. I feel as if I am in a fog of sadness for the past week, and it affects my thinking.
paula, I don't think they do as they are in a place filled with love and light BUT they can be around us and see us, but not the other way around..... I have been told that my gordy is always around me I believe that..... I just can't see him but I know he probably can see me so I think they don't miss us as much if that makes sense...
in side my head is a voice SCREAMING "THIS IS NOT THE LIFE I WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE"
Dear Juls, you are in my prayers today..... I am there with you, feel exactly how you feel.I am hopimg you get through the day ok
Juls and Paula- so sorry for your longing and missing what was lost. I don't know what it is, perhaps the time of year, but I had a hard week last week because I just wanted him to be near, just wanted to be held in his arms. Instead, I plod on through another day in this new chapter of life. Adjusting is hard and so many well intended friends and family just don't understand. All I hear is that once I find a job that I will feel better. A job is not a substitute for the husband I lost or the life we had together. Thanks for listening. Peace and blessings to all of you.
Juls...I am so sorry... I feel the same way, completely 25 months and 13 days and the missing never seems to leave me for long....its like this constant background that is forever mine now. I continue to feel like it was just yesterday > I have such a good memory for smells,( I can still smell his freshly shaven face) for taste, ( I can smell his kiss, and the scent of his lips, for touch i can feel his calloused hand holding mine, for hearing I can hear his laughter , his words. for seeing, I see every inch of his body perfectly...
I said out loud to him the other day.... yes i want you to be happy where you are, your so lucky you can see me, and you know whats a round the corner, however i am not clearly privy to that, my time will come, but in the meantime as in the titanic....my heart beats on for you.
I wonder if he misses me as much as I miss him....
My sweetheart husband crossed over 2 years ago tomorrow. The world cracked, the light went out and I was destroyed. Each day I put one foot in front of the other and go through the motions. Yes, the pain is less intense and I meltdown less frequently. But 24 months is a blink of an eye compared to 23 years of constant friendship and love. I want to hear his voice and his laugh and I ache for him tonight. Just come back to me for 5 minutes. Memories are not enough - they never will be. I miss you more than I thought was ever possible.
Gordy's widow- my thoughts exactly- DUH! He changed doctor's but it was still at the same oncology practice as it was a group of them. I just hope it does not happen again. Peace.
I mean DUH don't these people in these oncology offices make sure they remove the people that have passed on from their mailing lists? IT'S not brain surgery. I worked most of my life in a dentists office and the staff was very sensitive to removing patients that passed on. So they would not get a recall or post card!
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