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    :) Thank you Len. Come back anytime. Losing a spouse is hard and there may be times you need to vent. This is a good venting place. I wish you love and peace while you recover. Jeanie :)

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    Thank you Lenny. I wish you a lot of love and support now and in the future. Time does heal the initial pain, though you never get over it.

    We will miss Vicky for a long time to come. I wish I could have been at the services for her, but distance and MS kind of took care of that.
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    ((((((Lenny)))))) ~

    Thank you for sharing Vicky's service and reception with us. If it had been possible, I'm sure that many of us would have attended.

    I can't imagine why Vicky's account here would be closed. You are always welcome to visit, even if you have to open your own account. (It's free!)

    Grief is a wound to the soul. Initially, the wound is fresh, traumatizing, and very painful. It requires care and the healing balm of tears. Over time, the wound begins to mend, and the pain softens. In the process, we have to allow ourselves to feel our feelings, because pushing them down only makes it more difficult to move forward. Let the tears flow. Let your memories embrace you like a cozy comforter. And let others comfort, console, and support you along your journey.

    You are in my prayers, Lenny. I pray that you feel Vicky's presence very near you, and that you find moments of peace everyday.

    We miss you Vicky ~



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    I can't find this post just now but one of the moderators stated that accounts here are never closed.

    Yes, Len, you are welcome here at any time.

    And Vicky (Frog42) will always be missed. :froggy
    MS diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2002-2005. Copaxone 6/07 - 5/10.
    Member of this MS board since 2001.

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