Iam about to be 31 years old. I have 5 kiddos. One is my husband and i had a boys he was a miracle. 1 if from my husbands and another women. 3 kiddos we are in the process of adoption on. I love my family more then oanyone would ever know. My husband,kids, anyone i always put first. I am in the health care job. I am very shy at first and dont trust people that ofte0n
About my Loss:
I lose my husband on feb 6th of this year. He was sick for the last 10 years. I did all care for my husband even when he was in hospital for months. 10 years ago they lost him. He had divericuits.y years was the cancer and in october been they did the surgey they did a whipple on him.he fought till his very ladt breath. He is my life. We was never apart if so we was on the phone together. Anyways when they did the surgery in october he was open for more the 10 house. Thee air help it to grow. He hadnt ate anyrhing since sept. He was on tpn and that wasnt working so then he did tube feeding but the tumors grew and keep pushing back and causing pain. Even with medicain. His cancer was so rare they was no treatment for his kind. It took over his whole body in just a few days
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