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Gary Andrews Nov 19
The memories always bring such warmth now. There’s still that void but the love remembered does its best to fill it. (Side note: I can watch sad stuff or shmaltz with no problem but show me a realistic love story and I’m a puddle!)
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Matthew Scott Amateur Photographer 5h
Replying to @photography_mls
2/2 A November may come, far too soon, when you helplessly watch a doctor telling your beloved they won’t live to see Christmas. You’ll forever after wish you could go back & shout at yourself “Don’t you get it?! They love this! Share the joy, NOW, while you can!”
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Gary Andrews Nov 17
Loved those times when they would sleep in your chest...
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Gary Andrews Nov 22
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Gary Andrews Nov 21
Did manage to get some chores and some painting done. But lots of chilling too. Realised I’m not that good at it - I can take it in small doses but I prefer doing stuff!!!
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A Widow's Awakening 5 Nov 19
Once I felt the fog slowly lifting on the new widowed life I'd been dealt, I realized there was a big world out there. I had closed the doors to it for so long. It was time to creep outside and begin exploring.
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One Single Yesterday Dec 18
I will be spending Christmas eve by myself. I considered all of my options and this seems like the best. I will be with family on Christmas day so that is good. I am scared out of my mind of what it will be like.
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Lesel Dawson Oct 31
So excited to interview the ridiculously talented tomorrow (Sunday 10am) about creativity, grief & his wonderful book at . It is free to attend if you listen live!
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Gary Andrews Nov 18
Follows me round like a dog. A very needy dog. With very pointy paws.
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Gary Andrews Nov 20
It’s so important, especially in a winter lockdown, to take a moment to stock up on the positive vibes. A little can go a long way.
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Widows Closets Mar 17
Grievers need support, just be there in any way that you can
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Unstable Capricorn (Donald Glover Stan Acc) (♑♈♓) Jul 7
Replying to @hkittylovebot
Yes, also unrelated how much is your life insurance policy?
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✨Glenys Marriott 💙✨ 4 Nov 19
“The dual time line of grief” 💕 Thanks Gary for sharing your journey
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Widows Closets Nov 8
I miss your way of making everything better.
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niki bedford Dec 19
I’m so very sorry for you losing someone you love. I follow a guy whose wife died of sepsis leaving him and his 2 children devastated. Gary illustrates a daily diary which is moving, funny, heartwarming & helps so many people struggling with grief. ❤️
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Matthew Scott Amateur Photographer 3h
Tree decoration is underway. Most important decorations 1st - those featuring photos of my beloved, my Mum, & Shell’s parents. Pacing myself carefully - 3rd Christmas without Shell is no easier than the first.
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Neil McLaughlin Feb 24
Replying to @GaryScribbler
Your posts make me smile, thank you for sharing. I still struggle functioning on a daily basis. I can relate to soooo many of them.
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John Glenn Feb 5
Replying to @GaryScribbler
Well done, Gary. Each day there are things that you need to do, or want to do, or just do. Whatever you do, does not change the life that you and Joy had.
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Martyn Everitt Oct 1
On one hand it's sad that I wont get to make new memories with Steph but just recently I've realised that it's ok to make new memories even if they're just for me
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I believe 11 Nov 19
Replying to @TolulopeAdeola9
Just hobby jare, don't mind me, me and my daughter be foodie, we love good food and this man gat no option but to do his thing
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