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    My sweet husband
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    Aug. 24, 2014


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  1. Possible ADC???

    I guess I should add that I have NEVER had any TV change channels on it's own,so I do find this very strange.
  2. Possible ADC???

    A little over a month ago my sweet husband, Mike, was taken away at 27... Too soon. It was unexpected and needless to say, we're all devastated. I have been talking to him constantly, begging for signs he still exists. We had even made a deal once that whomever goes first would let the other one know of an afterlife. I have had some things that I've questioned but there are two incidents I have no answer for. The first time, I had turned the TV on and it wasn't on the channel I had left it on. It had gone from 133 to 631. There was a soccer game on. Not really that significant because Mike thought soccer was boring. A couple days later, in another room with another TV, I was on the couch with our daughter. She was watching a children's network and I was playing on the tablet. Suddenly, the TV show sounded different. I looked up to see it had gone from 128 to 12... To a soccer game! I wondered if she had played with the remote, which she does frequently, but it was on top of the entertainment center, way out of reach. I checked under the couch to make sure there wasn't some spare remote there.. Nothing. It was then that I noticed one team playing was MC.. My husband's initials. I felt so happy and calm. I don't know if I'm reading into it too much but I want it to be him. I certainly hope it is.
  3. New to grief and being without him

    MissingDaniel, I am very sorry about your husband. 39 is also too young. I talk to Mike all the time. Tell him the little and big things about my day. Sometimes I even get angry with him. I know I shouldn't , he didn't want to leave. I curse at him for not wearing his seatbelt and for speeding. Then I feel guilty. I guess it's all part of grief... Rather unpleasant,to say the least. I hope you are getting by okay and you have wonderful people around you. This situation has definitely shown me the best in so many... And the worst in some. My condolences to you and your family.
  4. Some days my chest feels tight like it's trying to squeeze into this hole in my heart. Trying to fill the void my husband left behind. He was only 27. My heart aches for him. He died unexpectedly in a car accident 1 month and 1 day ago. I'm still counting the days. I'm struggling with everyday issues that normally wouldn't be too bad to deal with. We have a beautiful 1 1/2 year old girl and I'm certain she is the only thing keeping me sane. I'm not sure why I came here. Comfort maybe, people to talk to who understand what I'm going through. I talk to our family but you never know what kind of day they're having. If even mentioning his name will send someone on a downward spiral or they are in the mood for fond memories. I have my moments too. Doesn't really matter if someone brings him up, I'm thinking of my sweet Mike constantly. I miss him dearly and I long for the day I see him again.