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Brian is slowly getting back into work and taking your orders again. Please have patience when contacting him and ordering
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You will find that the things that used to make you laugh now make you cry, and the things that used to make you cry now make you laugh.
Live the life that Sue would have wished for you Brian. Do it for both of you.
People say that "Time heals". - It doesn't! Time just passes, and we have to learn how to cope without someone who was the centre of our lives being there to share everything with.
I had a friend with MS who lost her husband, Bill, when they were both in their mid fifties and she told me that she used to talk to Bill as if he was sitting on the bed next to her. She said that she didn't hold back when she was feeling at her worst and she shouted at him and asked him why he left her when she needed him most. She did this for the next twenty years and said that it kept her sane and able to cope.
 
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