Stanley, you've been through so much. Seeing your loved one die, and almost dying yourself. I spoke to a grief counselor that specializes in PTSD, and he said that families facing sudden death is very similar to PTSD. Our minds are racing and we feel anxious because we can't comprehend what had just happened. I'm so glad that the pain of your trauma is easing a little. I pray that mine will too.
JO.Sorry to hear about your shoulder and leg plus the weather does not help , Christmas will be here again and we are all memories and it is hard for all of us.This will be my second Christmas without ralph and I still cry.This house is full of his memories,I try to be strong but it is not so easy.I pray a lot and do not forget the candle Christmas Day..I always remember you in my prayers.God protect you and watch over you.Do not drink too much Ok.STAN
snap stan my sholderr is killng me evn my leg i hrt ths yrts mkng me wrk funny well lmpng a bit mre pain relif hlps for a bit thn it stoppps it doze thn ths pain cms bk
now nxt holiday is xmas stan wish im not lkng fored 2 im not i usd 2 luv it wn my dad wz hear coz his bday wz 26th dec so we wud hav 2 selbratsons we did so we wud spnd 2 days drinking eatng 2 mush th on 27th dec we wud hav hangovrs or fealng a bit li heded
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