Friday, May 30, 2008

Rain keeps on pouring

Thanks to the medical bills that insurance doesn't cover we have $70 to live on the next two weeks. Tomorrow is our anniversary and I feel sad for my husband. He would be much better off without me.

8 comments:

StLouisJohn said...

Roseann, I don't think he'd be better off without you. Nor would a number of us (including myself) be better off without you.

You are my friend and I care about you, and hold you in prayer. I can relate to the rough times. The reason I didn't post on Bnet for nearly a year was actually...I didn't have a phone, much less DSL, or any way to connect. It was all I could do to pay my rent and electric.

In my case, I don't have a husband. But I have a dog who loves me and needs me, and that kept me going. So snuggle with your husband on your anniversary, love him, and let yourself be loved.

JOhn

PseudoPiskie said...

Roseann, you are important. Your husband is not better off without you. We are all here praying and praying. You are worth it.

Shel

Grandmère Mimi said...

Being Peace, I'm praying for you and your family and trying not to go into a rant about health insurance. That you and your family must worry about finances during your illness infuriates me.

Your husband would not be better off without you. Dismiss that thought from your mind.

Love and blessings.

Eileen said...

((((((((Roseann))))))))))

I know you are hurting, and things are looking bleak right now, but I'd bet your husband would NOT feel better off without you.

Prayers for you - I know this is beyond a really sucky ass time. (Sent over by Jonathan)

Presbyterian Gal said...

Hello Roseann,
I'm here from Mad Priest's place.

All of us, most especially your husband, are far better off because of you.

Prayers for you, darlin'

(((())))

Joan said...

Roseann~~ Prayers ascending. Your husband IS NOT better off without you and neither are we!

Joan

BooCat said...

Roseann, Don't go down that path of thought. In my childhood when my mother was in a great deal of pain and getting morphine every three to four hours, in the wee hours of the morning, I overheard a conversation between her and my father and I never told my dad that I heard it. She got up an hour before her next medication was due and was planning to, as she put it, "take care of this family's problem" with an overdose.
I will never forget lying quietly in the dark in my little bed and hearing my father telling her what a selfish act that would have been. He told her how much we all loved her and treasured her and that every second we had with her was a precious gift from God.
I am sure your husband treasures every second of your lives together. Make the absolute most of every second God gives you. You are as much a part of him as the air he breathes.
You are in the prayers of many, many people. Hang tough. The world needs more wonderful people like you.

Magdalene6127 said...

Prayers for you, Roseann.