I want to thank all of you for the kindness shown here, what a great bunch of people here on the forum.
I guess that's why we all enjoy hanging out here, the support shown with real emotion from real people who are not afraid to say how they feel, in my book it shows great character.
Thank you all.
That's true. I told her it's a tool and she accepted that. Now the bit about it being in the front yard, I did expect to catch an ear full for that.
She knew it needed to be there while I worked on the attachments.
Yes I'm still building the house, I had to find an engineering firm to help work out the details in the structural aspects of the project.
So sorry for your loss and your pain, Don.
I remember you wrote that she was unwell but you didn't seem to want to get into details here, so I never asked.
Do you have someone there with you?
I hope you're not alone at least.
Be well, or as well as you can, and seriously; don't operate any heavy machinery.
Try not to even drive if you can avoid it.
People get very wobbly after a serious loss like that.
I appreciate all of your points, to answer some
Just me here and I am OK with that.
I have friends that stop by but prior to that I have spoken with my friend Larry who is one terrific stand up kind of a guy who I have e-mail exchanges with on a daily basis as well. (the one two posts prior to yours)
I have also been in contact with family and trying to keep from being invaded by them.
I'm doing alright, it was unexpected as it always is, but we have talked about it and so it was not a complete surprise. Her health continued to spiral down hill after she broke her hip, we were unable to convince her she needed a hip replacement. She was home where she wanted to be, not in a hospital or a convalescent home and not in pain.
She hadn't even taken an aspirin for probably a week, in a "happy place " as I mentioned.
I miss her and think of her often, many times during the day, but I am comforted knowing she is the one now who is at home and I am still just a visitor here in this life but will continue doing the best I can learning life's lessons the good lord wants me to know. Though I look forward to being with my lord and savior I am at the same time in no hurry to leave this world, I like my life and I'm still getting to the good parts.
My belief that things happen for a reason is as strong as ever even though I cannot see what's ahead I am confident it isn't a cliff or dead end.
After reading your last post I want to say that is exactly the way I see things. I am very sorry for your loss but I am glad you know she is in a better place. I wish more people had that type of faith. I truly believe everything happens for a reason due to GOD'S plan but I don't think we, as humans, have the mental capacity to fully understand it at the time. We will know the answers one day. Remain strong in your faith and be careful while you are "working". I will continue to pray for you.--Edro
Thank you for taking the time and making the effort for your post.
You've given such a positive, validating acknowledgement of our belief that I found comforting.
Little words with so much meaning can give a bit more confidence and a boost. I thank you for that.
One day, yes, I believe that too.
Thank you, brother.
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