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Old 06-05-2017, 07:53 AM   #43

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So very sorry. Know that many here do understand. She was clearly a wonderful partner in your adventures. One measure of a person is the hole they leave. Did you find a forum or thread for people in the same situation? That seems like a really good idea, very useful.

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Old 06-05-2017, 08:02 AM   #44
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Yes I did.
On Facebook is a private group surviving the loss of a spouse. A great group and wonderful people. I wish that this group put a link to that group to make it easier for others who has lost a spouse or partner.

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Johndale, Please accept my condolences. Time will diminish the feeling of loss but don't allow time to diminish the memories. I lost my wife 5 years ago on Thanksgiving morning and have been traveling with my Beagle Charlie ever since. Don't make any major decisions for a while so your emotions won't dictate the outcome. Best of luck in your future travels.

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