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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Missing My Husband Dave . . .


I sure miss him . . he made me laugh everyday.  He never took anything too serious.  He was full of life and never wanted to give up.  His love carried me everyday and I sure mine carried him.  Still can't believe that he is gone . . unbelievable.  Can't quite go through his things yet, but I'm getting there.  Time to set some new goals for myself and try new things.  I've done alot of retail therapy and lots of pedicures lately.  My life is quiet again, like before Dave came into my life . . he was the noise and that noise kept me busy . . I loved every minute of it!

5 comments:

  1. Good ol' Mr. Grumpy.
    He'll always be part of you, I guess. Then there are the kids...
    I miss him, too.

    http://australianinathens.blogspot.com/2010/07/dying-season.html

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  2. Tears! Sincerly think of you. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Thought I'd be in your shoes before you. I'm so sorry. Keep remembering all the good times. And DO NOT go through his things too soon. Probably contrary to what everyone say's. I feel we rushed through my parents things. You need much, much more time. You won't regret it. KEEP SHOPPING TILL YOUR DROPPIN', Along with pedi's you should get a few really good massages! XO, Sharon

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  3. Taking it one day at a time is all you can do...just know there are a lot of us thinking of and praying for you:) Sending hugs your way...
    P.S. And thank you for the birthday wishes; so very sweet of you:)

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  4. So glad you are finding little things here and there to help coax you away from your all too quiet home life right now. Pedicures and retail therapy sound very nice to me. Thinking of you dear Sandy. Hugs to you sweetie. ~Lili

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  5. Sandy,
    I'm not sure if our paths have ever crossed before in this online art community of ours, but...

    I stumbled upon a comment you left on The Vintage Polka Dots blog, and had to come visit here.

    I am so very sorry for all you are going through right now. Your husband sounds like a wonderful man, and I can tell that you were a beautiful wife for him.

    I am praying for you and your children. And I am going to follow your blog, and watch as your life blooms into all the Lord has prepared for you.

    I am inspired by your faith and your spirit of life even in your sorrow.

    {Hugs}

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