Our Journey After Bob's Stroke
Hang in there Diane. These were cool.
Really cool trip down memory lane. I suppose it was a hard day for you but what a good way to celebrate the day!Mike
What wonderful pics of Bob and you! I can only imagine how tough not only the day was, but everything in general. Yet you keep on keepin' on. Which from what you've shared it seems like it's something Bob would be pleased to know you're doing. Thank you for sharing your pics and your memories.
Thanks for sharing these. Take care.
Hi Diane What a great trip down Memory Lane! With so many wonderful pictures ,in action to Bob's Birthday❤️Memories Never Forgotten❤️💔Uncle Earl is doing much better now, at times! Uncle Earl says Hi tooLove you to the moon and back Aunt Betty/uncle Earl💌❤️
Hello Diane, I don't know you, but came across your blog page regarding Bob. It was great for you to do this for yourself and to share your story, life and pictures with the rest of us, thanks for that. I also noted on your 'home' page you said you were trying to figure out what to do with the rest of your life.... Live it!!! I've found that the best way to grieve is to do it your way, the way YOU find best allows you to express those emotions and feelings. Cry, write, dance, scream, but do it in a way that's natural to you, never mind all those who try to tell you HOW to grieve or HOW long it should take you, phooey, everyone is different and you take all the time you need. God is there, he understands, so does Bob and so do all the people who matter. THEN, just keep this in mind, "This too shall pass", that doesn't mean you forget or stop missing or loving Bob, it means you reach a place where you can move on.... you must allow yourself to do that. Bob would want that for you and you serve no one any good by not doing so. Love yourself as much as Bob loved you.... but take your time!!!May God Richly Bless You. Vin
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