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Widow's Guilt...What if?

What if... I had called the doctor like he asked?

 "Cindy, can you call the doctor and see if he can get me in tomorrow morning before I leave for my business trip?" my husband asked. "I'm not feeling well. I'm starting to get a bad cold and cough. Maybe he can give me something before I get too sick."

I agreed I would call. It was February. We lived in sunny, warm, Florida at the time, however, his trip was to Pennsylvania and the weather would be very cold that time of year.

THE OTTOMAN: SIMPLE THINGS CREATE HUGE HEALING.

So while out shopping I came across something that I really liked.  As a woman you must know that we always want what we want, we like to decorate our homes to look good, when presented with a good deal it is even better (LOL).  The whole time while admiring the brown ottoman my whole intent was to just have it to add to our new space. 

 

STAY BEAUTIFUL: MAINTAIN WHO YOU ARE ALWAYS

 

CONFESSIONS: WHEN YOU HIT ROCK BOTTOM THERE IS NO WHERE TO GO BUT UP

For thirty-four years of my life I've never been a secure person.  Always second guessing myself, being afraid to be out in the crowds due to feeling I would be judged, not having the confidence in being in my own skin.  Going out in to the world was a huge task for me to achieve each day.

 

What Keeps Widows up at Night: It’s Not the Coffee

Only one now holds the wishes, hopes and dreams that belonged to a couple.  Homes to build, trips to take, children to raise, that once were a couples plan are now the plan of one.  Why do widows stay up at night? We’re attempting to recreate a world we believed we had for a lifetime. Nothing is the same and everything, everything has changed.

 

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