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‘It’s good to see you’re moving on.’ It’s been 2 years since my husband died. I’ll never ‘get over it.’: Widow candidly shares ‘gut-wrenching’ moments of grief, ‘our memories are fading’

“I found myself in the deoderant section at the grocery store for a really long time. I opened, breathed in every men’s Right Guard stick until I found the sport one. I held it close to my nose. I didn’t cry. I wanted to. But there was a guy behind me, browsing gift cards. I figured he’d find it really odd to see a woman weeping at the smell of antiperspirant in aisle 11. I’m trying not to forget his smell, but it’s fading.”

‘LOOK, there he is! Daddy’s checking on us!’ A butterfly divebombed. I never got to say goodbye.’: Widow shares beautiful moments husband ‘visited’ after passing suddenly from cancer

“I walked out of the grocery store defeated, missing him. It’s been nearly 2 years since my husband died. I got in the car, closed the door. ‘How the hell did you get in here?!’ A little brown butterfly was flitting against the closed windows. ‘You again? God, I missed you,’ I whispered. He just sat there, pulsing his beautiful wings. I never got to say goodbye. I’m forever looking for signs.”

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