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Old May 24th, 2013, 15:34
polperro91 polperro91 is offline
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Default Tonight I'm missing her massively.

Tonight is a strange night. I lost my wife Claire a little over a month ago. A few days before she died it was my 45th birthday and I was bought a nice bottle of red wine. Perfect to share with Claire I thought.

Clearly I can't do that no so it's sat in the cupboard since then, and tonight I opened it.

Such a strange experience. I noticed tonight how lonely I feel, she's gone and it's really tough to take tonight... and all over a simple bottle of wine.

Not really sure what this post is about, other than to say it's weird how such meaningless things can trigger such powerful emotions so quickly.

Tonight I'm missing her massively.
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