Friday, December 11, 2009

Our Humorous Camping Escapades
Camping is all about memories of good times. We sure have a lot of camping memories, rather they are good ones, or just plan humorous, I wouldn't trade them for anything!
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  1. Donna,
    Thank you for your words. I read everything you've written on this blog last night. On Dec 11th it's been 7 months since my husband crossed over. All the points that you made rang true for me. Doing something he'd be proud of you for is what helps me get out of bed everyday. He was an artist and a lead guitar player. I decided shortly after I lost him that both a book of his artwork and a Music tribute dvd would need to be created for our families and close friends. I'm working on both of those projects even though it's with baby steps. Your words do a wonderful job of showing how your husbade made you feel both loved and special. The issues, (for lack of a better word) that your forced to face as a new widow are not easy to describe to anyone who isn't but your words helped me get through a rough night. His birthday is next week. A day although not far from Christmas, I always tried to treat like a big deal seperate event. I dread all the key dates of the life we shared. I'm happy you found a way to smile. The sincere smiles are hard to find. Your garden sounds lovely. Shoryly after my husband crossed over I tried to find a blog about this subject that might help me with my grief and couldn't find one that I could relate to. I'm not sure why I decided to look again last night but I'm thankful your words are out there.

  2. LAO, If you stop back by, Thank you so much for your beautiful comment. This is exactly why I started this blog and called it My Widows Web. I hoped to reach out in my grief and possibly touch someone else going through the same thing. Just knowing there is someone out there going through this and needing the comfort is a comfort to me.

    I am so sorry for the loss of your husband. I know you feel lost, lonely and conffused, because I feel the same way. I wish you would have left some way to contact you directly, so I hope you stop back by and read this. Leave a contact email or something and if you ever need to talk...I am here.

  3. Donna, Since your blog is the very first I felt the need to post a comment on, I just signed up in order to be able to post my comment for you. That said, I'm not sure how to give you and only you my e-mail address. If you could let me know how I can do that I'd be honored to have someone who is striving to cope with this new life neither of us asked for somehow through the positive.

    Thank you for your comment about my loss and I too am sorry for yours. I still run into people that say that I haven't seen since it happened and as I bet you know, sometimes it's hard to say "thank you" when your guts are screaming "ME TOO!"

    I'll check back in the morning to see if you can let me know about getting an e-mail dialog going. From the time of the comments I think your a couple time zones behind me.

    Thank you again for starting this blog. Your husband's very proud of you and who knows, maybe he and my husband are hanging out. I wish you a restful night's sleep:)