The Price of Love…

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I saw this on someone’s Facebook page so I don’t know who the author is, but it really does say it all.  Just wanted you to know I’m okay…

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  1. We’ve been thinking about you a lot. Glad to hear you’re doing ok. Don’t be a stranger. 😊😊

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  2. Grateful to know you are okay. Haven’t stopped thinking of you. Those words sum up grief perfectly. Please take care of yourself. xoxoxo

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    1. I’m all right, Drew. Taking it day by day right now.

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      1. Please, take good care of yourself. So sorry about everything that has happened.

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  3. Saying a prayer for you and your family, Dee. ❤

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    1. Thank you, Rob. I’m muddling along but my kids have been a big comfort. I can’t look too far forward right now, just getting thru each day.

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  4. You’re in my thoughts & prayers, my friend ❤️

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    1. Thank you, D. It’s been overwhelmingly but we are slowly moving forward. One day at a time is all I can manage right now…

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  5. God Bless you and your family. Thanks for sharing. It’s so true.

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    1. Thanks, Wendy, we are doing all right. Baby steps forward right now.

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  6. A heartfelt quote and so true.
    Love and hugs to you.❤️

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    1. Thanks, Peter. Doing okay, some days are harder than others, but I’ve still had lots of phone calls and paperwork to handle so no time to wallow. Just as well, I’m sure!

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  7. Thinking of you too..

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    1. Thanks, we are doing okay considering!

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  8. Just take it day by day. Hugs.

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  9. You’ve been on my mind, Dee. Sending love and a great big hug❤️

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    1. Thanks, Meg. Coping, going through the motions, but it truly is fake it till you make it. Unfortunately life doesn’t stop like it should to honor such a horrendous event. But I could wallow too easily so I’m going easy on myself but still trying to do what needs to be done!

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      1. I think you said it in a nutshell. How can the world still be turning, people preparing for the holidays, “normal” things still happening, when you have said goodbye, for now, to one you love so much and shared your life with? Do go easy on yourself, give yourself time to grieve, do a little every day of what has to be done. If it doesn’t get done today, it will still be there to attack tomorrow. When my brother passed away this spring, I was amazed at what a costly and time-consuming process death is–just at the time when neither money nor time is important. God bless you and give you comfort and strength. 💜

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      2. Exactly. I want a time out to come to terms with things but life goes on. There is so much paperwork to complete and decisions to make down the road. And I can’t bring myself to think to far into the future right now. I am just trying to go day by day and even that is a lot. But, of course, you do what has to be done because that’s life. Thanks Linda for your kind words.

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