One year ago today I lost my Daddy from COPD. His loss is still so overwhelming and consuming. With the anniversary falling on Mother's Day I have been dreading this day for several weeks. I think of my Mom who married him when they were both 16 and were married 61 years when he died. How do you go on without your soulmate. The loneliness has to be awful. We try to keep her busy but at night I worry about her being alone. My grief doesn't seem to have lessened any. I still feel such an empty void like a link is missing in my chain. This morning I woke up with Daddy on my mind and my heart feels like it has a vice on it. I never knew you could feel this much pain or sense of loss. Will it ever feel better?
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