A Difficult Journey

It’s been a while. I hadn’t quite realised just how long. I am in turmoil somewhat about writing again and when would ever be the right time to do so. A lot of you will know that these past months have been a very difficult journey for us. A journey we would never have chosen, but one we walk daily with our eyes fixed on Jesus, our good shepherd, as we walk through a very dark valley. Tony passed away on March 1st after a very short spell in hospital when the doctors discovered that he had cancer. It was a great shock, a shock that still hits me with great force every day.
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I don’t feel ready at the moment to write here about a lot of things from the past six months. I’m not even sure if I ever will, or even what I feel ready to write about now. But I have to say that without faith, family and the greatest of friends, I’m not sure how we would have got to this point in this terribly difficult journey.

From closest friends and family, people I don’t even know (some who had known Tony), people near and very far away, have come the most generous expressions of kindness. Cards, emails, visits, lasagnes, dog walks and toilet rolls. Every single gift showing love to us at a time when we have felt very, very empty.

Tony was the most generous person I have known. If he could give it to you, fix it for you, or take you to it, then he would. He always, always went beyond what was asked or expected. So to receive generosity in such an outpouring has been very humbling.

This is a short post. A post to say ‘thank you’ to all those who have generously poured in to our lives over the last six months. It is all greatly treasured.

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4 Responses to A Difficult Journey

  1. Mary Hewitt says:

    Appreciate your writing even though things are so raw. God bless you all.

  2. Sue Bubb says:

    I am sending you you so much love and strength, he will always live in you all as painful as it is,
    He will always be with you what ever you choose to do he will be there approving and helping guiding you whatever you do.
    Love you
    Auntie Susan xxxx

  3. Stephen McC says:

    Good to see you back. I loved that man. God bless you and keep you all.

  4. Aunty Rosemary says:

    You have received all the love and help because you
    are all loved so much and they are all their to give you strength
    to looked to the future as well as looking back 💕💕💕💕💕
    Love you loads 😘

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