"chef (John) I am working on being even keeled. I like being balanced. There will be good days and some days that aren't great. I have suffered the death of my husband. I can survive anything. Sometimes the really good still catch me off guard.…"
"When something good happens do you feel like something bad might happen and wait for the other shoe to drop. This morning I had breakfast outside on the rooftop at my job. The weather is pretty amazing for August. I feel great…"
"LucyGoo it is a blessing to have the friendships and share Sunday Dinner. Barzan that is awesome that you have your mother-in-law who is 92 and in great shape. What a blessing. I strive to be like that. chef (John) that…"
"The days of summer seem to be going by so quickly. This summer I saw Dianna Ross and Aretha Franklin in the same week. I love the divas. I danced in my seat and held my imaginary microphone during the entire Dianna Ross show. What has everyone done…"
"My daughter is a student at UVA. She came home yesterday and is safe. We are so sad about the event on Saturday. I really miss having my husband to share my concerns about her safety. It is difficult to go through this alone. We will be ok."
"Shirlene, I do regret some of the decisions I have made since my husband died. However, I have decided to not be so hard on myself. I know that is easier said than done. I did the best that I could do in difficult circumstances. I hope you health…"
"Cee, I'm sorry that you had to endure the unkind comments from your doctor. We miss our loved ones and sharing tasks. I still miss the things that my husband could do around the house with ease. I have some heavy junk I can't move in the…"
Princess Warrior Widow -- You and your love have been in my thoughts on your anniversary today. Thank you so much for your random acts of kindness -- I think it is a truly lovely way to mark these special days. Wishing you comfort and peace. Take care of yourself. eliana
Princess Warrior Widow- I saw your messages in Widowed in 2011 and Suddenly Widowed. I am sorry for your loss, but your positive attitude is inspiring. Simple joys of everyday life are to be treasured such as the bunny chewing the grass. The sound of the wind in the trees, the song of bird calling, the color of blue in the great big sky overhead. LIFE is a miracle and we are blessed that we were able to share it with someone on part of our journey. The pain is terrible that we endure with loss. Lately I have more good days than bad. I am glad to hear that things are better at the two year mark. I lost my husband 18 months ago on Dec. 12, 2011 after a nine month battle to cancer, and it was still a shock to me because I clung to hope despite witnessing his deterioration. Anyhow, I wish you continued peace, joy, healing and moving forward.
Hello Princess Warrior Widow -- I just saw your post in the Suddenly Widowed group, and noticed the date of your husband's death. My husband passed a year and a day after yours. I am so sorry for your loss, and I will keep you in my prayers on July 4. Take care of yourself.
Princess Warrior Widow, I am so sorry that you have to be here, but am glad that you have found this site. The people here have helped me so much since I found them in December. Join in when you feel ready.
Welcome to Widowed Village. I am sorry for the reason that brings you here but glad you have found us. This site and the wonderful people here have helped so many of us with fellowship along this journey. I hope that you can find comfort and hope here like so many of us have among others who “get it.” Have a look around and please feel free to contact me if I can be of any help. Hugs!