My wife died in my arms during the night on the 7th of April ,Sudden death cause by pulmonary embolism,she had no medical problems, she was only 42, im 43. I still cant believe she's gone we got married last September, 6 months & half marriage, i loved her so much, i known her since my teens like she was a friend of a friend of mine then i went to live in the uk & didn't see her for nearly 20 years, when we got reunited just after our 40's we saw in each other;s a true proper real soul mate which she didn't when we were teenagers, i always tough she was the one when i first saw her. but Love can be blind when you are young & life take turns as i came to save her from being left single & lonely. We soon realized We were made for each other, our lives had so many things in common, we just felt like everything was so easy talk among many other beautiful things that we found about each other that we didn't knew made us fall in love . She said she was so sorry for not seeing a soul mate in me when she was 18, we had lost an entire life, she had no kids,never been married, same as myself, just a bunch of failed agonizing relationships that leave scars. Our story was fast , short & full of love , romance, traveling .During the year before marriage we traveled both to the UK & Portugal to see each other every 2 months. The marriage was amazing, we lived in Leeds for 6 months happily married then the tragedy, its so unfair, i did thought this is actually the worse thing that can happen to a couple, then the worse part: the body took 3 weeks to get back to Portugal for the funeral due to paperwork/consul. As we approached Portugal with the plane flying low i could see through the window the silver coast beautiful beaches where we spent our honeymoon in september, she was in a coffin probably with the luggage, i brought her to the uk alive & i brought her back dead, i feel like a have been severely punished, my life;s worth nightmare, A BEAUTIFUL LOVE STORY ENDS IN TRAGEDY, she was my true soul mate, shame we lost 20 years together in the past & at least 20 years more if she had lived.
RIP BRIGITTE, ALWAYS & FOREVER your husband, i love you for eternity.