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I lost my husband to leukemia in March, 2012 after a very short battle of three months. I am now raising two grandchildren by myself that are now 14 and 16. The children have had a hard time with the passing of their grandfather (or really was more like a father) so I have little time to deal with my own grief. I know life isn't always fair, but I need some words of faith to get us back on track of moving forward.
We loved doing everything together, just sitting next to eachother at home or in the car. We had a love for eachother that always carried us through, now without him it sometimes seems impossible. He was just 57 when he lost his battle. Most of those three months were in the hospital because the chemo for leukemia requires you to be hospitalized. I spent every day with him from breakfast to dinner, I would leave to pickup the children from school and we would go back to eat with him. I got to have him at home for one week on hospice before he lost his battle, he is so missed by us.