My beloved husband dies 2 weeks ago from pancreatic cancer. It was his funeral today and he had a wonderful send off. I am now home and I feel broken all I want to do is tell him how many people turned out and all the wonderful things they said about him - but he’s not here and I don’t know how I am ever going to cope without him.
I’m so sorry for your loss - my darling husband died suddenly 2 weeks ago.
It was his funeral yesterday - I told him all about it and what people had said. I read out the order of service and laughed that there was a spelling error in it - he had been a newspaper production editor so that would never have happened on his watch!
I looked back on yesterday and felt proud of the send off I organised for him - it had so much meaning to us all and everyone said that it was a true reflection of a wonderful man which comforts me.
You are bound to be emotionally exhausted from the day - you can reflect on the day and recount all the stories you heard and people you saw- he is with you for always and will be there to listen when you are ready. X
Dear @Sandyo i am so sorry for your loss. May I suggest you write your husband a letter, I find it helps me when I write my feelings down. I also talk out loud to my husband, some people might think I’m going mad but I’ve survived 6 months without him by doing this
As it brings me comfort
Thank you I wrote a letter yesterday to put in his coffin and it did help a little. X
Thank you for replying it seems so hard that they will never know how many people cared and how many lives they enriched without ever being aware. Sending love to you and yours.