a loney day

by kitty martin
(clarksburg wv)

well my darling ,you been gone 10 month and it just seen like yesterday that i lost you .the pain and hurt are still the same .i miss you so much ,it seem like a dream that i will wake up and you will be sit here ;oh my darling i feel so lost and lonely without you,but i know you had to go ,the kids dont come around anymore but that ok ,I m glad you are here with me i here you call my name and even your gone in flesh you are with me every day.I love you my darling,the cancer took you but it did not take your love from me .and i know there will be no other man in my life but you .thank you for the wonderful years .they was great the only bad time we had is when cancer came into our lives and took you from me but i know you didn't want to go but you couldn't stay you didn't want people take care of you and i know in my heart that we will be together again

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Apr 24, 2013
lonely day
by: Anonymous

Dear kitty I feel for you. I lost two good husbands. I was very young when I married my first husbands. When I lost him after 6yrs of marriage and three boys, I thought my life ended right there so being that I was so young my family helped me thru. Before long I was back up on my feet because I had three beautiful boys to care for.yes it seemed like it was the end of the world for me the pain was so great I was always crying, and my boys would say it's ok mommy, little did they know that there wonderful dad was not coming home anymore. So kitty please, if you need to cry it's ok you get angry it's ok. What I've learned from this website that
grieving is ok. Don't hide your pain let it out, you might have a dear friend you want to share your your pain with It's ok too. I hope you give it a try kitty,it's ok. May God bless you.

Apr 24, 2013
A lonely day
by: Doreen U.K.

Kitty I am sorry for your loss of your precious husband to cancer. You ECHO my STORY also. I was married 44yrs. and March 28th 2009 My husband was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer caused by working with ASBESTOS. That was the worst day of my life and the day my grief started. I was caregiver for 3yrs.39days when my husband died 5th May 2012. Coming up to a year now. Cancer changed our lives forever. My husband didn't want to die and he didn't want to live with this disease that was eating into his body. I feel so lonely and lost forever. My children didn't come round for months. But I see my daughter, son-in-law (more like a son) and my 2 grandchildren a lot and I go round to see them when I can so it does help with my lonliness. It took months to be able to motivate myself to do anything. I did what I wanted and cooked when I wanted and it helped me. I am now able to do more, but still pace myself. I have managed to get back into making bread which is my passion. But sad because my husband is not here to eat it. I loved cooking for him, and he loved cooking also. I miss this. It is just the simple things that made life special.
I hope life in the days ahead get easier and that your children come around to see you when their grief is done and you enjoy life more than at present. We will see our husband's again and this is what will keep us going on each day.

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