In the hospital they slipped Duncan's wedding ring onto my hand and I now always wear it, because it is too big I have it on my right hand behind my eternity ring. Oddly enough it looks like a set, inside it "Forever" is inscribed with the date of our wedding day...tomorrow 14 April. Forever - constant, infinite.
Time heals, but I don't know. Will I ever get over you? Time will take away the pain Make me whole again, make me feel? Will I ever get over you? Believe I can, if I don't hear your voice see your face, touch your things, I feel strong, but then memories wash down like warm tide.
The bare facts stand so raw and bright. My imagination keeps you by my side Just one look, just one smile, your glinting charm disarms me and my arms open wide. How cold is this conclusion when the beginning was so warm.
Will I ever get over you? Free of wanting only you, start a new life? Attempt a brave new world,rise from the fall. When all things are said and done, now you're gone I have to carry on It's a shame how things work out and it's a shame how things go wrong.
My husband passed away on 22 November 2008 after a cardiac arrest on 12 November and was in a coma for 10 days thereafter. He was larger than life, a man of great integrity and honour. Exceptionally bright, dynamic, polite, beautiful inside and out and he has left us heart-broken. I have two wonderful boys - our four year old, Stuart James and a step-son Mitchell who is eighteen.
I am quite overwhelmed at being a young-widow and can barely accept that I will never see Duncan again. Stuart is struggling even more than me as his young mind cannot comprehend that his Daddy will not be coming back.