My life came to an abrupt halt when my husband died in 2014. You go through the motions and you meet your responsibilities and the days roll by. I made myself adjust to the lack of "the light of my life" burning bright and pushed forward back into a life. We all go through similar situations and make our adjustments in our own way. The challenge isn't getting up each day or making a meal for one. The challenge is knowing your life you came to love and enjoy more than anything will never be the same. The challenge is allowing yourself to be happy and enjoy life without feeling guilty that you are happy, sort of.
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I am not on here much, but what a surprise to see that I was awarded a DD for my photo, "I AM." Thank you the ones involved in the process and to those who left such wonderful messages. While this honor does encourage me, the plight of all of our animals in this world is serious. The population of the gorilla is estimated at 40,000, although it is declining due to habitat loss, as well as poaching. Please honor this photo and species of animal by supporting people who are actively working to save the gorillas and all other endangered species of this world as you can.
It is with a heavy heart that I share that my husband, Terry, went to heaven on this date. Nothing will ever be the same. I will not be here much, if at all as I take stock of my life as it has become. I am ok... well ok as one can be after the loss of my hubby whose face, smile, smell, laugh, jokes are ingrained in my mind/body for the last 36 years. But life goes on. The sun still shines, the birds still sing, our cats still play and love me every day. They all are just a little less bright without him....