So much sadnes and pain. I wish I could make it go away for all or you and myself. It's a struggle putting one foot in front of the other each day. You have a life, but it's empty, incomplete without the encouragement and strength of the one you love. Yet you have to keep going. Bills must be paid, children cared for in their absence, home and hearth maintained and cared for. But, at night, when you're alone, that's when you feel it. The awful ache that won't go away. And you cry in the darkness. Why God? Why does it have to hurt so bad?! Why can't he come home and be with us? But, there's no answer. And the tears flow till you fall asleep. One day those tears will be tears of joy my friend. Ask kelly, she knows. Her guy has been home for a week. So what if her guy does "weird stuff" (her words not mine). He's home and that's all that matters. It will happen for each one of us. We've just got to hold on. Love you all!
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