we all do what we can in times of need.
i'm still fumbling along day to day.
dh goes to work. has that to keep his mind busy while getting thru the worst
first days, weeks, months, however long this might take.
i'm home on my own, all my friends have moved overseas, the last one left in
i've no inclination to do anything at all.
i keep the kitchen tidy, run the vacuum couple of times a week, do laundry
when there is enough for a load and weather permits, feed the cat, throw
cleaner in the toilet and bathroom when in the mood.
other than that i just dont care anymore.
i have no idea how others cope in these situations.
we all do things differently to make it thru.
i know some of what you're going thru now. :((
just take it a day at a time and do what suits you all the best.
i am so very sorry for your loss.
it hurts all the more when there is no warning and it is someone so young.
"Michelle C." wrote ...
Frank, sometimes the best gifts are just taking up the slack like you
are doing with the cooking and cleaning.
Your wife and daughter are very lucky.
Michelle in Nevada
> I'd like to thank you all for your kind words.
> Here's what I'm doing. I'm cooking and cleaning, they're going to
> make quilts. Tequila may be involved, teddy bear will watch.
> They do not want to go out to a quilt show right now, so don't think
> the show in October will happen (they may do a one day, but not the
> whole show).
> My job is to get the support materials ready (portobello mushroom
> burgers, arroz con pollo, top shelf margarita fixin's...) and let 'em
> Again, thank you all.