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We're friends, not doctors, financial or legal professionals, and we're not "grief experts." But we are here, and we've been "there."

It has been two years since losing my wife and she received her Angel wings. A day has not gone by with out thinking of her. My wife loved her family and if you were a part of her life, you were family. I recall a conversation she and I had as she wanted to ensure the memories were pleasant for my daughter and I. Looking back at the time I didn't understand but now everything she told me every emotion she said I would have has come true. I've begin my final chapter knowing that I am and have always been loved. 

I will always be humble knowing how compassionate, trustworthy, dependable, sincere, honorable, honest and genuine she was, not only with me as my wife but those she surrounded herself with. As my journey continues and I reflect on an amazing life I have lived. I've learned God is a God of new beginnings. Don't fear change. Live, love, laugh and be happy. Our divine destiny is in the hands of God, and our tomorrows are far better than we can possibly dream.

Always in Our Hearts Never Forgotten!

Rest In Peace My Best Friend and Beautiful Wife Darla!

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Comment by Leftbehind on September 26, 2013 at 8:53am

Beautifully said, gone but not forgotten.

Comment by my roses on September 23, 2013 at 6:28am

To woody   from My roses  Sept 23rd

Loved your comments,  and its interesting that you met  in elementary school.  Only 2 days ago I went online and another man was mentioning that he had lost his love,and had met her when she was about 5 or 6 yrs old.  The difference is that he was so shy he became her friend and found it hard  to tell  her he loved her even when he was a teenager.  She loved him, but he did not know this.  He went away to University and  when he got back she had passed away... leaving a note that she loved him.  You were able to have this wonderful relationship and marriage ( a love of your life). Perhaps you might be interested to know that there is a wonderful youtube video called The Testimony of Heaven by Pastor Oden Hetrick... and about half way through this lovely testimony he talks about Covenant Companions. (The love of your life and eternity)  He was taken to heaven on a number of occasions and God wanted him to bring this information back... particularly in these  "times". I bought a copy of the DVD and the booklet, and another widow asked me to get one for her.  Both of us have found it comforting and I have shown it to some others as well.  I think you will find this video of general well as the Covenant Companions.  I then contacted someone in his family, to get further information... because our marriage was a love of your life one... and my husband passed away in January this year.  He was and is my beloved for ever.


Comment by Lori on September 20, 2013 at 12:53pm

amen woody well said thanks for sharing,  life is amazing and it is so refreshing to see so many that were blessed by wonderful spouses. 

Comment by JPSwifeCathy on September 18, 2013 at 5:26pm

Darla's had 2 years in Paradise  My John has had 16 months--can't wait till we see them again!

Comment by LostCactus (WoodyC) on September 18, 2013 at 1:11pm

Thanks Janet, Hope all is well. Hugs.

Comment by Morgana (Janet) on September 18, 2013 at 12:47pm

Beautifully said  Woody.  They will always be in our hearts and never forgotten.  Hugs.

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