Discussion Board Forums In Remembrance My Beautiful girl is gone….

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  • #29299
    tess
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    Dear Ralph, it breaks my heart to read your post and hear of your loss. Please know that your in my prayers.

    Tess

    #29298
    barbara6193
    Participant

    Ralf,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you. May you find comfort in all of your wonderful memories.
    Love from NH,
    Barbara

    #29297
    cherbourg
    Participant

    You will be in my thoughts and prayers. Be gentle with yourself and take care of yourself. Fiona would want the best for you. We will all be grieving with you.

    Many hugs and much love,

    Pam

    #29296
    magic
    Participant

    Ralf,I am so sorry.Wishing you strength for the busy time ahead that we all have to struggle through.
    much love Janet

    #29295
    devoncat
    Participant

    I am very sorry for your loss. I hate this disease. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

    Kris

    #29294
    daniellemarg
    Participant

    I am so, so sorry to hear about the loss of your beautiful wife. 47 is too young.

    My husband (45 years old…) is not doing very well and I am sick with fear. I can’t imagine your pain. I am praying for you and Fiona is watching over you, with love.

    Danielle

    #29293
    jamie-d
    Member

    I am so sorry to hear about Fiona. She sounded like such a beautiful person. I know she will be missed terrribly. I am sure that having you by her side was a great comfort to her. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this terrible time. God Bless,
    Jamie

    #29292
    jclegg
    Member

    I am so, so sorry to hear about Fiona. I am sure that it meant a lot to both of you for her to make it to your 5th anniversary. I will be thinking about you, and wishing that you be comforted in your grief.

    Joyce C.

    #29291
    lainy
    Participant

    We are so very sorry about Fiona’s passing. She is now in a much kinder and gentler place. I love this little poem and maybe it will help ease the pain:

    If I should be the first to go,
    And leave you alone, My Dear,
    Let not your heart be lonely,
    Nor in your eye a tear.

    Grieve not for me, my darling,
    I’ll not be far away,
    With petals of love and tenderness,
    I’ll pave for you the way.

    To join me in our sanctuary,
    And ne’er again we’ll part,
    Grieve not for me, my darling,
    I live within your heart.

    Take joy again in living,
    As you did in years gone by,
    God knows of what He’s doing,
    And not be questioned why,

    Grieve not for me, my darling,
    My life with you on earth,
    Each moment filled with happiness,
    And love so few be worth.

    I’ll be waiting for you Sweetheart,
    Where skys are ever blue,
    With eager heart and open arms,
    Patiently for you.

    Grieve not for me, my darling,
    May faith and my love keep
    Your soul filled with contentment,
    Eternally I sleep.

    #29290
    darla
    Participant

    Ralf,

    I am so sorry to hear of Fiona’s passing. You are so right, she was too young. My husband was 62 & that was too young and Fiona was much younger. Atleast she achieved her goal of making it to your 5th anniversary and to have you by her side was a blessing. She is no longer in pain & struggling to fight this awful disease. I know that this is not much consolation right now, but try to take comfort in the fact that she will be with you forever in your heart & memories. Know that you are not alone. Many of us share your loss & grieving. Come back often. We are all here to help & support each other. So many of us have been where you are now. You are in my thoughts & prayers along with all the others affected by this awful cancer.

    Darla

    #2369
    rortmanns
    Member

    Its with much sadness that I need to report that my partner, Fiona passed away yesterday morning by my side. Fiona held hope to the end but as we all know on the forum – this terrible disease gets you in the end.

    Fiona made it to our 5th anniversary, I believe that is what she aimed for.

    Like so many here, she was just too young at 47.

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