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10 Things I Learned When I Became a Widow

Losing my husband unexpectedly last summer was like a merry-go-round that suddenly stops! Our marriage ended when he didn’t wake up from his afternoon nap. I’ve been on an emotional roller coaster; wandering through financial mazes and unknown pathways into this world of widowhood. ‘You cannot start a new chapter unless you stop re-reading the old one’ the saying goes. And yet I cannot put …

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‘Til Death Do Us Part

Forty seven years and six days after we spoke our wedding vows; we were forever parted by death. In the middle of an August afternoon, my husband laid down for a nap and never woke up. He is on the “Blue Side of Heaven” now……as Alan Jackson sings…..telling everyone about me and hugging our loved ones who …

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