These past few years since losing my husband have been difficult, and fraught with many challenges along the way. As I began to emerge from the dark tunnel that I found myself sloshing through, I realize that I am lucky, and I am grateful
A friend recently posted an article titled ‘What you lose when you gain a spouse.’ It got me thinking - there should be an article about what you gain when you lose a spouse. So here goes.
A little more than six years ago, just nine days after our second child was born, my thirty year old husband (and high school sweetheart), Kenny, was diagnosed with a brain tumor.
As I near two years since the death of my husband, I'm always looking. You see, I never got a goodbye. I woke up one Sunday morning in November and he was gone. I will forever regret that I never got a chance to say goodbye.
Only twelve short hours after I purchased my wedding dress, my fiance was killed by a drunk driver.