A lot has happen since my first wife, Terri L. Gray, passed away on this date seven years ago. By now I suppose many changes have occurred here at F2F since she used to a big part of this community. I know she loved you all and cared so much about the friends here. To all who knew Terri, they saw her as an inspiration. I have no idea if any of her old friends are still here in this wonderful community. For those who don't know Terri, she wrote her story and you can learn more about it by visiting our original family website that I keep as a memorial.
For the husbands that currently support your wife battling cancer, hang in there, love her and be there for her every day. There is hope!
For those husbands who, like me, have lost the love of their life, I understand the pain you are or have gone through. Over time the pain lessens and you reach a point that you enjoy the beautiful memories you shared with her and celebrate her life.
For me, life has moved on and last week I celebrated my fourth wedding anniversary with Amy. We have been traveling full-time in an RV for over three years and enjoy it very much.
"The past is history, the future is a mystery, but the present is a gift! Enjoy today." Terri L. GrayView Thread
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