My husband of 34 years passed away 10 m0nths ago on April 18, 2009 due to Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. I am having a hard time realizing how fast time has gone by. Some days I do not remember what I did, like a blur. I have been doing alot of reading here and I feel like I need to be here. So many of family and friends I think they no longer understand so coming here will be a benefit for me. I have learned alot over the last months, like to be strong and independant. I hope to also meet some new friends here.
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