52 Ancestors In 52 Weeks: Changes

What is the exact word for those unwilling to accept changes? Can it be stubborn, noncompliant, or is it heartbroken?

It greatly saddens me to share with you that my beloved husband Daniel entered Eternity to be welcomed by his Heavenly Father on 14 September 2021. He died of lung cancer, the diagnosis that brought changes to our lives.

A change that I cannot deal with at this moment is entering into our family trees and making the change of submitting the date and place of his death. I have not changed it…I cannot…I will not at this time. On those leaves, he will remain with me. I am not ready.

Change is inevitable they say. I say it hurts and saddens. Perhaps, grieving to its fruition will allow me to make those changes.

3 thoughts on “52 Ancestors In 52 Weeks: Changes

  1. I am so sorry for your loss. It can be very hard to lose a loved one especially one so close to your heart. Our loved ones will be forever remembered in our family trees and of course our hearts. Let us know if there is anything we can do to help you through such a hard time in your life.

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