If three days, or three months, after I'm gone, you find a man who will love and cherish you for a few years as I have for so many, go for it!
You've earned it." — "Mac" in Oregon DEAR MAC: Your sincerity rings true, leaving me uncharacteristically speechless. • DEAR ABBY: My granddaughter is due to have a baby in a short while.
But the day I die, my last thoughts will be regret that I shall leave her alone.
So sad, to me, to know that after so many months of total concentration on my welfare — days of putting up with my misery and never letting me see her own misery — her reward will be to be left alone.
I am in my 18th month of chemo treatment for various cancers. It doesn't matter how short or how long my life will be, but it's reasonable to assume that I will die before my wife does.
I have had a more rewarding and fruitful life than I probably deserve, for which I am grateful.
2: We have state of the art software that can also check content on the site and warn us of any wrong doing.Read on: DEAR ABBY: Thank you for supporting the widow who started dating three months after her husband died.You were right when you told her, "The time to show respect for one's spouse is while that spouse is living." Here is my story, and there must be a few thousand husbands (and wives) who feel the same as I do. We raised kids, lived through joyous good times and horrendous bad times.She wants to have a baby shower and would like to invite her girlfriends with their husbands or boyfriends.I always thought that baby showers were for females only. — Wondering Grandmother DEAR WONDERING: Times have changed.
However, today the grieving spouse may begin to date whenever he or she feels ready to do so.