Aww, I really don’t like Fridays. My husband passed in the early hours of Friday morning 10 weeks ago and every Friday seems to be so hard, I relive every moment of being in that Portuguese hospital and everything that ensued. I tend to take long hot baths on a Friday evening with bubbles, music (the songs I played at his funeral) and candles and I just sob. Don’t get me wrong, I sob most nights but Fridays are always more poignant and upsetting
I’m so sorry but totally understand how you feel on Fridays, I am the same on Tuesdays. My husband passed away in my arms at 5.25am and I wake up round about that time on Tuesday mornings.
This journey of grief just does not get any easier. x
@Rome18 no it doesn’t! My husband passed away in Portugal at 2am (I wasn’t called up until 3am) and once I’d got back to hotel, I spent all day/evening in the room until family/friend got there around 9pm, it was traumatic.
@Jackiepadders Friday used to be my favourite night having the weekend to look forward to. Now I dread the weekend! Everyone just seems to be enjoying family time. J x
That must have been the most unimaginable time, I am so sorry, no one should have to go through that.
It was obviously heartbreaking for me, but my husband was in a wonderful and caring nursing home with extremely caring people, and in England.
Mines a Saturday so generally hate weekends, it’s hard big hugs
@Jackiepadders My heart goes out to you, how awful! J x
My husband passed friday too and also on the 16th so today a poignant day … the loss just seems to follow you around doesnt it ? I wish he was here but we cant change it can we ? No matter how much i wish i could !!! Xxxx