Yesterday was my hubby’s funeral which was attended by family and a few friends. We followed hubby’s coffin into the chapel with Frank Sinatra singing My Way and the service was conducted by our local Rev’d. My children ( adults of course) read a poem “God Saw You Getting Tired” which had everyone in tears but reflected what my hubby went through.....they read with great fluency and their dad would have been very proud of them. Moon River by Johnny Mathias allowed a moment of reflection. We had only one hymn “Morning Has Broken” also the “Lords Prayer” was said. The curtains remianed open and the Rev’d invited everyone to place a rose on hubby’s coffin or take it with them as a reminder of the service. Our exit music was Sarah Brightman singing “Time To Say Goodbye”
What now ...... as a new chapter begins but only after I can get over the guilt I feel....the anger at hubby’s suffering ..... also the loneliness of losing my right hand man....very mixed emotions for me at the moment.
I will continue to read your posts and shed tears too.
To all you wonderful brave sufferers I cannot imagine what you are going through as bit by bit you are robbed by PSP. I send you my good wishes and bear hugs xx Jxx
To all carers keep fighting for your loved ones enjoy each and every moment with them it’s a long difficult road so I send my good wishes and bear hugs to you all. Jxx