Welcome to our group. It's a terrible thing, but this is the best place to be. You can ask, vent, rage, and even laugh and we will all support you.
I bought a membership to the AAA. Out here where I live, and with…"
I'm sorry you are here, but here is the best place to be. Here you can rage, cry, talk and wonder. We have all gone a through similar event that left us alone, in pain and agony, and adrift.
Susan was a diabetic from age…"
I call them "Zingers and yes they can happen for nearly any reason. Something on TV can bring back memories of an earlier, happier time, and like a bolt out of the blue almost over come us with the pain of our loss. …"
As others have said your feelings are normal. When we loose our spouse, especially if it was sudden, our worlds implode, our minds are stunned, denial sets in, and pain bordering on agony occurs. Susan and I worked as a team…"
"Hi Boxer Mom,
Thank you for your kind words and comments. My grandparents had two boxers... Suzi and Zipper. They were in the army and the two dogs ruled every base they were stationed at. Suzi would start the fights and when she…"
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I'll not be going anywhere over the holidays so you are welcome to drop by any time
Unless I need something at the grocery store, or have to go to the bank for the HOA, I don't
normally drive into Fairplay. If…"
"When Susan passed (in 9 days it will have been 5 years) we had been married for 35 years. Her passing was sudden. She went to sleep on a Sunday night and did not wake up Monday morning. My world imploded and I had trouble making…"
"The 17th of this month in 2012 my wife, Susan, passed in her sleep of a silent heart attack.
Each night I talk with her before turning over to go to sleep. I discuss the day and how it went. Today the temperature after an overnight low…"
"When I first checked into WV I glanced at Chat and saw folks laughing, teasing, planning trips, and a few asking questions. I was just in too much pain to even type. I did not see how anyone having lost a…"
Getting through the first year is actually an accomplishment. There are times in that first year when one wonders how they are even going to make it through the next hour, much less that day. Loosing our loved one suddenly,…"
"It was Thanksgiving day 2012 and as I watched the Flight-for-Life helicopter lift into the air carrying Susan, my wife of 35 years I prayed: "Lord, don't you think that she has been through enough in her life?" 50 years of…"
Thank You, and you are welcome. I hope what I've done in a similar situation will at least give you something to start from.
I lost both of my parents several years ago. My mother died of Cancer and a year later very nearly to…"
I understand your feelings and its because I've been there. My wife Susan was in a facility where she was recovering from a kidney rejection. I visited her on Saturday, and we spoke on the phone on Sunday. …"
I'm sorry to take so long in replying. It's been very busy with my youngest in the hospital.
In writing my comments that evening, I was trying to get my thoughts and feelings down on "paper" so to speak and…"
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Frank, I of course could come meet you nearer to Hampden. There's also a Village Inn near Wadsworth and Hampden, right? (by the Kohl's and Chipotle?) I don't know if that's where you shop, or not. You are making the trek, so once you're here, let's make it as convenient for you as possible. -Debbie
Hi Frank, Saw your message and appreciate your thoughts. I doing well, keeping busy. Lots of beach time with the family and had loads of fun . Anticipating my 44th wedding anniversary with so many emotions. I must say I do feel better, it's not as raw . This is the 3rd one without Gary. It was always a day of celebration. He would bring me roses, and we would go out somewhere to celebrate. On different occasions we celebrated with a destination. Now I must carry on. I will buy those roses and have a nice dinner , drink some wine and toast the love of my life... How lucky we were..... Please tell me what you have been doing? How are you doing these days?
Welcome to Widville, Frank. I'm so very sorry for your loss, but pleased that you found us. You'll find caring support and friendship here.
Here's a good place to start: Basic Site Info Join the Groups that fit you to connect to others with similar experiences. Share your story. Take a look at our Forum discussions where you'll find meaningful conversations taking place. Those 'chirps' you hear when you're in Widowed Village mean people are talking in the Chat Room; stop in some time and join the conversations. I look forward to getting to know you here in Widville.