I'm sorry to hear that. 64 years together is an incredible span. The worst part of this damn virus is the fact that family can't gather to say their farewells.I'm worried about that happening with my grandparents as my grandma is barely hanging on and the docs said she won't make it out. My grandpa also has covid. They've been married 64 years. I'm afraid when she goes he won't be long after.
My Grandma and Grandpa were married 62 years when Grandma died from complications from diabetes. Grandpa died three months later from a broken heart.I'm worried about that happening with my grandparents as my grandma is barely hanging on and the docs said she won't make it out. My grandpa also has covid. They've been married 64 years. I'm afraid when she goes he won't be long after.
People didn't take it seriously and they paid the price.Sisk said she wishes her parents had a different outcome in their illness, and, though her family hadn't always taken it as seriously as they do now, stressed the importance of wearing a mask to not spread the virus to others.
I actually know a guy that not only out lived his wife,but also has out lived his children.Seems almost like a curse.I was thinking the opposite. Looking from the perspective of the married couple, the best time to die would be at the same time as your loved one. The hardest thing to do is outlive them by 20 years, especially if you outlive all your family members.
As I age I am planning a lot of remote Alaska trips with the hopes that a wild animal rips me to shreds and eats me. That's my plans for leaving this Earth.In the end, we're all going to die of something.
Recently I have wondered how much control we really have of it.
That is one hell of a way to go. Although, the whole eaten alive doesnt sound too appealing. Hopefully, I can get one of those custom grunt calls first.
Seems like you could accomplish the same ending in the UP. Would save your family some time and travel expense of flying to Alaska to pick up your wallet and boots.