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What an incredible and sad time in your life. Did you ever take any videos of your husband before he lost his voice? When my dad visited us in Maryland, we videotaped his visit and can still laugh at the silly little things we did together as well as admire the wisdom he imparted while he was with us. It´s been a great way to keep his memory alive and continue to celebrate his life.
I so totally related to you regarding your husbands illness. Don, my husband of forty years is "a cat" -- with over nine lives. He thinks he´s human. HA! Throughout our marriage he has suffered several illnesses and surgeries. He is a cancer survivor at age 71 and lives on borrowed time -- by the grace of God!!! I hope and pray that you will have peace in your heart about your husband and that his memory will stay alive in your mind and heart even if you cannot hear his voice. I bid you peace and love. ME
I did have some videos back when my grandchildren were small. So one night I thought maybe he might be on them, so I played most of them. He was not a man of a lot of words when he was normal, but I did hear him a couple times in the background making some comments. On the whole, even in our earlier years, he always left things like answering machine message, and videoing up to me. So, I'm afraid he was not usually the center stage person in most of the videos. You know how we are with grandchildren and our kids. Yes, his memory and all the good times are now coming to the front of my mind far more often than those hard years. We were married for 22 years, we had our ups and downs, but he was the truest love of my life. Thank you for writing, Trisha