Out of the Slippery Pit
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Garth Brooks had a song a few years back- “The Dance” even now when I hear it, I cry.
“I could have missed the pain, but I’d have had to miss the Dance”
But lots of things still make me cry. I know I am not alone. Many widows still cry, over songs, or just about any thing that triggers a memory.
This is my story of the death and 1st year of widowhood. It is all true. I wrote it to try and make sense of what was happening.
It still hurts, that is the best way to describe it. It Hurts! A pain in my stomach like someone punched me, took my breath away. I really did not think I could go on alone.
You never know, you just never know.
You could be sitting at your kitchen table and an airplane could fall on your house or an earthquake could destroy your world as you know it, or a doctor could say, “It’s a brain tumor, inoperable”.
We sat in the Doctor’s office. Gene and I, so that was the reason for his headaches and double vision.
This is my story, my plunge from happy wife, into “The Slippery Pit” When we lose our spouse we are not ourselves any more.
After 32 years, no where near enough time, I would be alone again. I could not even grasp it. My mind could not accept it.
This is my story from that tragic announcement through the first year of widowhood.