Joe and Betty's Adventures
Our deepest Sympathy to you and the rest of the family.It's about time.
I have no words to tell you how truly sorry I am. My thoughts and prayers are with at this sad, sad time.
I am so sorry Betty. My prayers are with you.
We are so glad to have met you two. Joe was a fine man, and your love for one another was as evident as your love of God, Who will sustain you until you are together again. Blessings and peace, dear Betty.
So sorry for you loss, we have such great memories of the short time we spent together. Saying a few prayers for you and know you will be strong.
Losing a loved one is never easy and we can feel your pain, as we have been down the same path as you. We rejoice knowing he is not in any pain and is safe in his heavenly home. God bless you.
Very sorry, Betty, to hear about Joe. I'm glad I did get to meet him, he was a very nice, kind and friendly man.
Oh Betty I have been out of touch and am so sorry to hear of Joe's death. You two were such an inspiration of love and devotion to so many. I am broken hearted that David's illness never allowed us to get out to meet you both. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
I haven't read blogs in quite a while. I'm so sorry, Betty. I've read your thoughts since you lost Joe, and it reminded me so much of the days after I lost my Rich. There's a first and a last for everything. I don't know if it will help you, but just in case my granddaughter sent me a piece on grief just last year. It doesn't go away, but you learn to live with it. I hope it helps you if you choose to read it. https://travelswithmrnimble.blogspot.com/2014/02/one-of-best-descriptions-of-grief-ive.htmlMy thoughts are with you--you're stronger than me because of your deep faith. Rich was happiest behind the wheel, too. If my health holds, I'm going to try to head west in May with my little trailer. Stay strong.