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Latest Activity: Jan 1
hi, someone mentioned my name (selfish & self-involved), caryn, susan, kimkirt, sorry you were really feeling it today...see, each of you had something sweet and unexpected happen for you today, know it's not the same as our special someone, but someone made a special moment for you. i'm glad for you; it makes me feel better just knowing it happened for you...before this happened to me i rarely cared about other folks...
Thanks, kim and caryn. It just proves to me that some of God's better Angels are here watching over us. The Flowers, the ballet director, my friend Gary...I guess you could say we are pretty lucky people.
Awww, Susan! Hugs.
The girls I work with had flowers sent to me at work today. They said they didn't know if it was the right thing to do, they are not Valentine-y, just lilies in purple and pink and dark green, very pretty. I cried and cried. It kind of broke the ice at work today, I was glad they did that.
That was so sweet of him, Susan. There are a lot of selfish, self-involved people out there, but there are also many who are kind and caring, like your husband's friend.
Yesterday my kids' ballet director took me aside to tell me she was thinking about me and the kids, knowing how hard today would be for us. She had tears in her eyes while she was speaking. It was so unexpected, yet so sweet, that I too burst into tears. It was a reminder that there are people thinking about us and wishing us peace and healing.
Well, I was doing fine until a few minutes ago. One of my husbands close friends called to wish Me a Happy Valentines Day. Then it hit me that today is the last of my "first" hoildays' without Ed. My heart hurts. Needless to say, I burst in to tears. I felt so bad that he made a sweet, caring gesture, and I broke down like that. But I love he made the effort for Ed.
My hubby and I never did much for Valentine's Day except for cards and lunch together downtown. We always made the day about our kids. But, regardless, I am really feeling the loss of him today and can't stop crying. All I want is to be with him and feel his arms around me again. I stayed home from work today so that I wouldn't have to see and hear all the love in the air. Probably not the best way to cope, I know, but it's too unbearable for me right now. These holidays just keep coming, don't they?
I just wanted to wish us all A Happy Valentines Day! We will always be our loved ones sweetheart! Hugs to all of you.
I'm so thankful that I found this site and to all my supportive friends who are with me as I travel this road. There are many - friends and relatives - who for whatever reason have dropped out or unable to be of comfort. I suspect some of this has to do with the current culture of wanting to always 'feel good' and chasing the happiness genie - look at all the ads for prescription drugs, alcohol, resorts, cards, etc., etc.
Would gladly share my pan of brownies. :)
not quite bah humbug, but very hollow....sorry you're feeling bad kimkirt; hi Letha, may i have some of those brownies, try to have a good day all
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