My husband kept the organ donor on his driver's license, so I felt obliged to fulfill his wishes. Haven't had much contact with these people but they did send an invitiation to a function and requested it be sent back with a picture if I could not attend. So, I've been looking at pictures of him all day and all I've been doing is crying and feeling so terribly sad. It's been nine months now and I think I should be able to do this without all the tears and sadness, but I can't! I need to sort through his personal things yet also, can't keep putting these things off indefinitely. Friends and family all think I am doing well, I've always been one of the stronger ones in the family. How are others or how have others dealt with these things?
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