I started in utter
shock. Then I took my anger and decided
to use it to "take the bull by the horns.”
Dealing with business, insurance, the rumors and others was very
draining. By the seventh month, things
have settled down. I refuse to let
others bring my kids and I down. I try
to remain strong for the sake of the kids.
I refuse to let the grief overtake me.
I know that that’s not what my husband would want for us. I’m starting to enjoy laughter again.
We were and remain a
strong family unit. We loved being
together. We knew how to have fun and
love each other. That’s our strength now
through this journey. Now we’re three
who rely on each other daily. The man we
loved and lost taught us tools to survive.
He taught us compassion, adversity and how to live each day to its
fullest. We cherish our memories. We are blessed to have had him with us. We know we were loved.