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Old 01-06-2018, 10:45 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by LVJ58 View Post
You have my deepest condolences for your loss, and I completely understand and seriously doubt if that struggle will ever end.

The loss of my wife has left a void in my life that can never be filled.

God Bless and safe travels
The VOID is something that effects us all and I still miss her after two years this month.
My wifes ash's are home here with me which we both had agreed to back when I almost didn't make it through an operation at 70.
Its comforting to have her here for me and my daughters and we celebrate her life on special occasions together.
They set up a FB page of her life that I visit and add postings during birthday, anniversary and Christmas each year so far as long as I can, much of our life together, music, places we traveled so they know our love for one another and they can share.
Its help them we still have the hugs but tears do not flow as much as the beginning.
So many are taken as your wife of a young age its hard to relate to because we had many years together even during her illnesses that just piled up as time moved on.
The page below in my reference to her is one I visit in the late nights I do not sleep and can relate the pass life with her, its not that I can't remember but freshens my mind of her and our love together.
I know how the memories flow through your mind all the time its something that will be with you for ever, I just put them on her page to share with my other loved ones to help them during this time in life.
Wish you and your family all the prayer's at this time in your life. 007

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Jim, I just read this and I see it has been 2 yrs since the death of your wife. I hope you have been able to continue your journey on with your life. Each day should be a little easier. Hopefully, you are still enjoying your RV. Tommy and Jan Haslett

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I deeply appreciate the condolences and encouraging words of comfort for the loss of my beautiful wife.

I'll always keep Sherry alive in my heart and every day replay those beautiful memories of our life together.

To date I've been unable to muster the desire to travel without her, but some day in the future that may change.

May God Bless all and keep you safe in your travels.

Jim & SherrySeward

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Getting close to two years since my DW died and I'm just starting to "test the waters" by getting out in the MH. Step grandson just graduated and will be moving out in August so I'll have time to travel.

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