I struggled hard debating with myself over whether to post this. In the end I decided I must honor my wife and it would be simply wrong continue posting on this board, acting like nothing happened.
This week, I lost my wife due to medical complications and it ended 45 years of inseparable partnership that will be tough to adjust to. When I was in the 40s and watched others lose their spouse, I thought that if it happened to me in the sixties that will be easier to deal with. Dead wrong. It appears that longer you are together, tougher the separation. It is just going to be hard getting over this and what she meant to me.
I know I am not the first person this has happened to, but man it is tough to take.
Well, thanks for reading this and now that I have said this I can go on posting on this board and not feel guilty of not grieving.
PJ, I am so sorry for your tremendous loss. As a person who shared a loss with this board, I hope the support and love that so many strangers extend, will give you similar comfort to what I felt. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
PJHawg, you are in my prayers. Words are cheap in a time like this, but God can comfort in a way we as humans do not know how. Your personal loss is much greater than any loss a sports team will ever have. May God comfort you with His Word. God bless.
Deeply sorry to read this PJ. Keeping you and your Family in My thoughts as I work in Sweden this month. I will find a solemn yet picturesque place overlooking the ocean to say a prayer for You, Your Wife and Your Family.