I recently lost my wife actually October 21, 2008 at 4:00. She was 39 years old, she would have been 40 in late Feb. I had been living in England with my wife and her kids and eventually a grandson since 2001. I have returned back to Indiana just before Chistmas. My Grandmother just passed away from lung cancer after a week in Hospice, I was there the whole time. Her funeral was a couple weeks ago, so it has been a bit rough all over. Although, considering my total and absolute change in my life I feel like I am doing pretty well. Still having the odd bad day, which I assume will continue for quite some time. Normally I write something when I feel really bad, been doing that since the day my wife passed away, it seems to help. Just thought it would be good to find more people in a similar situation to me that I could share with.
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