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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

One Foot in Front of the Other

This post is very difficult for me to write. I have been mulling it over and over in my head and have decided to just start writting and see how it goes. Deep Breath.... For the past year my dear husband of 42 years has been suffering from End Stage non-alcoholic Liver Disease. Last November our hopes were high as he was put on the Liver Transplant List. This summer, however, proved medically challenging and sadly on Sept 4 the love of my life passed away. Life will never be the same without his unwavering love, support and great sense of humor. I have the unending love and support of family and so many friends and I will get through this. I am continuing to find comfort in my sewing and have been able to spend some time in the quilt studio. Since this blog is about my quilting adventures I will continue to post my starts and finishes and goings on relating to my craft. I could not, however, carry on as tho nothing had changed when, everything has changed. In my next post I will return to my usual sharing. One foot in front of the other...I can only move forward and he would want it that way.
I will miss him forever, Kay

9 comments:

  1. Aw, Kay - I'm so sorry for your loss. Of course you will miss him forever. :( I love that picture of you and Steve. I hope each day gets a little easier.

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  2. I am so very sorry Kay to hear about your husband~You were good to share your troubles with us~Life is sometimes unbearable and so we quilt and sew for therapy....I am glad you are sewing and I will be sending prayers your way to lift you "up and over" ♥Eileen

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  4. Very Sweet picture of the two of you. He will be watching you in your 'castle'. Remember we are all here for you.

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  5. My sincerest condolences to you Kay! I wish you great comfort during such a difficult time! What a wonderful picture of the 2 of you.

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  6. Oh Kay, God bless you and your honey. What a wonderful life you two have shared. I know you will continue to share every moment with him because he is a part of your heart and a part of everyone in your family. Big hugs my friend! I know you will be strong.

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  7. I am very sorry for your loss. You seem to have a good plan of one foot in front of the other. I look forward to seeing more of your sewing.

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  8. I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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  9. I am so sorry to hear of your husband passing away. May you find strength in God's love to get you through it. Looking forward to seeing your post. God bless you.

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