I never thought I would be a widow, married 47 years to the love of my life. 2 kids 4 grandkids who live close to me.
About my Loss:
sudden and unexpected cardiac arrest or something like it of my healthy, fit husband. Never had any health problems, perfect weight, perfect blood pressure, etc. He walked 20 miles a week, played golf and tennis. Passed away 3 months ago. Miss him every second of every day and I am in that position of not wanting to live without him. He had his own business that I helped him with so we were literally always together every day and night. Nothing can replace him or our life together. He was a fantastic husband, father and grandfather and had many close friends who loved him, almost standing room only at his service, florist in town ran out of flowers for him. He was my everything.
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"I am very sorry for you, too, Eva....and I appreciate so much your reply. It is the first I have gotten so far, though I admit I’ve been too upset lately to check on this. My mother and I had always been so close, I really feel…"
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