This is my second terrible time of grieving.
You can also read how I grieved for the loss of my first beloved wife, Julie, back in 2006
I have written a eulogy for Roslyn, but due to COVID-19 restrictions, we have not yet been able to have a memorial service to honour and celebrate her life.
We need to be able to pack the church to the rafters and sing the hymns that Roslyn chose for her own service.
When all social-distancing restrictions have been removed, a memorial service will take place.
How are you going today?
30th April 2020 - a week and a day after the untimely death of Roslyn.
23rd May 2020 - a month and a day.
How's the weather?
26th May 2020 - a month and four days.
The joy of the physical
28th May 2020 - 5 weeks and a day.
The appalling self-pity
12th June 2020 - 7 weeks and 2 days.
The futility of life
10th July 2020 - 2 months and 18 days.
Loving touch has gone away
20th July 2020 - Nearly 3 months.
Half of one is less than half
25th July 2020 - 3 months and 3 days.
Lessons from the wilderness
26th July 2020 - 3 months and 4 days.
Hungry - only in one way
8th August 2020 - 3 months and 17 days.
This is not over - not even close.
More will appear here as my need to write comes upon me.