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Old 08-13-2018, 03:55 PM
Location: Central Texas
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Just wanted to put this here. The female I met back in 2003. She was a strong person. Taught me anything pertaining to life, how to love, how to live right, how to tell when something isn't right or is too good to be true. Along with prudent shopping skills. She was my lover, friend, an amazing woman anyone would want. An amazing cook, amazing poet writer, amazing person I can call my own best friend. Passed on with a complication of a stroke. Her death has taught me to enjoy, love, live, and cherish life more than before. Her famous words, Tomorrows are never promised, things will be alright in a little while. Her last words were: " I am going to pass away, you will be alone for a while, someone will come along to pick up where I left off during the journey in life. I love you more than words will be said. " Here right now, almost a year later, Gone on a long vacation to many states, still nothing is the same. Visited a state in the union, still feel hollow, empty, longing for something I used to have. You do not know what you have, until they are gone. Remember, if you have a boyfriend, girlfriend, or in a relationship. You can fix your problems there. Please do not wait until someone passes.

The pain is very real, some days are tolerable, some days are void, some days are feeling like why did I wake up for?.

The woman I am writing about, I loved her dearly, If I would do things over, I would love her more and more. Than words can be written. Just remember. We all live life 1 time.

I am not trying to write any sympathy posts, but trying to educate others out there in the world. Piddly small things that people fight over, can be fixed. It takes 2 people to build a relationship, then it takes 2 people to tear it down. True love is very rare, harder to find, easy to loose, And painfully unable to get back.

Stone Of Refuge
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Old 08-13-2018, 05:32 PM
Location: Charleston, SC
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I am so sorry for your immense loss. My sister lost her husband almost 3 years ago and is still grieving. She says the world is different with his absence and she cries almost every day. Thank you for sharing your insight and reminding us how precious life is and the people in our lives who share it. I hope you can find happiness again.
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Old 08-14-2018, 02:47 PM
Location: Arizona
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I wish some people on the other forums on CD would read your post.

Losing someone is rough. At least you have great memories. I know that helps at times. Other times it is just feeling empty.

When the time comes you will remember her last words to you. Listen to them and to her.
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