Coping With Grief

Life Alone

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Tracey

Samm sent me this photo and said she had sat and cried. I know Terry passed just before last Christmas but it was a daze. This seems like our first Christmas without him. We loved him so much.

Another Bad Night – (Thursday 28.11.19)

Samm, Aaron and Alfie came up for dinner and everything was good. They left and I went to bed around 11pm. I wasn’t in bed a few minutes and the tears started, I could not stop them and then the… Continue Reading →

Funny Old Week (28th November 2019)

I am getting bad anxiety and flash backs, can’t get Terry out of my mind. I am absolutely dreading Christmas. I have slept a lot this week in the day, and had quite a few tears. The 21st Terry will… Continue Reading →

To Terry

Christmas 2019

Really dreading this Christmas feel like it’s the first one without Terry. I know last Christmas was the first, but that was all a blur, Terry had only been gone a few days. Will be glad when it’s all over.

Grief Attack

I have not had a good couple of weeks (Not as bad as I had at the beginning) but my thoughts are all about Terry. I went to see my friend on Canvey the other day and my anxiety was… Continue Reading →

Judy – The Film – Thursday 13.11.19

We took my mum to the cinema to see Judy, the film about Judy Garland’s life. Excellent film. But at the end she sings Somewhere Over The Rainbow. I don’t know what hit me, but I just broke down. The… Continue Reading →

Sad – Wednesday – 13/11/19

I have had a sad week, it started on Sunday when Samm, Aaron and Alfie came up. Alfie bless him got on the computer and opened up the video file with a lot of the videos of him with Terry…. Continue Reading →

Estepona Spain – October 2019

I went on holiday with Samm Aaron and Alfie for a week it was a lovely break, I relaxed, sunbathed & read 2 books. It was so relaxing and nice. Alfie will be 12 in January 2020 and every holiday… Continue Reading →

40 years with London Underground (Thu 10th October 2019)

I had to put this post on, my Terry worked for the London Undergound for 40 years. He took redundancy and his pension at 55 (2011), which thankfully paid off our mortgage. Then we had 7 years of, lots of… Continue Reading →

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