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Today was an especially bad, work was hectic and very unfulfilling, doesn't seem to matter how hard you work it doesn't get noticed and the supervisor and his pet stay busy whispering and talking amongst themselves. There are days when I leave work and barely make it to the car before the tears start, just so stressful.  I miss coming home to Dale and sharing my day, he was always so supportive and would always ask who he could choke until his beady little eyes pop out :) aw my honey, there is nothing like having a loving husband that you can share everything with, that you know is always on your side and is willing to protect you through everything and from everyone. I miss him dearly.

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Comment by Hope on August 30, 2016 at 5:25am

Snowy58, I understand. This is a lonely walk no matter if friends, co-workers or family are there that hole in your heart for only him...your greatest friend and confidante. I am thinking of you

Comment by AEDforever (Ali) on August 30, 2016 at 5:24am

Snowy, I am sorry you had such a bad day. I remember those days, going to work, choking back tears. Working at a job you hate with no one to go home to and share your frustrations is a really crappy thing. Missing that person that always takes up for you and gives you that shoulder to cry on.  Hugs.

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