My granddaughter graduated from 6th grade last night and wish my husband was there to celebrate with us. Every milestone she achieves is special because at age 2 she was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and a week later my husband diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. They went through chemotherapy together, became bald together, and both endured many painful procedures. Tonight my granddaughter is alive, thriving and is 11, a leukemia survivor, but alas John passed after 9 months. They bonded together over cancer, facing death, one passed, one survived. I hope John was looking down over us, smiling as he watched Abby cross the stage for her graduation, alive, a survivor. Sometimes I think John knew if God wanted another soul in heaven, he would go and have Abby stay. I hope John is able to see Abby thriving, laughing, just being a normal young lady and I know John would be so proud. Wish he was here to celebrate Abby's life and future. We miss him and love him so much. Til we meet again.
I have been on here less and less. Lord knows I am trying hard to create another good life for myself. Some of what I am doing is out of necessity. For example, I came back from my vacation with a much emptier purse, so I am working on a budget plan. It may be a little flexible, but when you find yourself broke two days before the next check, you don't want those bouncies from the bank. I...
Have any of you moved on with someone else and started a new journey?Was there were time you felt comfortable to put away pictures of your late spouse in consideration of the other person? Does the other person should understand if you don’t want to put away your past life?