Sunday, May 12, 2019

Sunday Scripture Blessings 5 12 19 and Sadness

Why there was no Sunday Scripture Blessings last week:

For those that have come to Peabea Scribbles over the years, you may or may not know that I married my husband when I was 17 and he was 19. Fifty-five years we have been together until last weekend. I lost my best friend, my confidant, my fishing buddy and all around buddy in life, my problem solver, and the person who has taken care of me and the kids all these years, and the love of my life. He was here by my side and in an instant, he was gone.

I married an 'on the road musician' when I was 17 and he was 19. (I know lots thought it was a 'have to' like some back in the day, but it wasn't, we just wanted to be married), who then wore so many hats like technical illustrator for a bit, music lessons - he loved talking doing anything music, and in the end he was self employed truck owner/operator.

With my husband, you never knew what direction we would be going, but it was always a fun, even if a bit nerve-wracking time with him. To know him, was to like him because he loved to make and have fun. He taught each kid an instrument, and insisted they also learn a different one in school. He and I also played 5 nights a week in the band prior to the kids, and we had a family band for years, and years.Those years wound down, the nest became empty, so it was off to the lake and camping for me and him. After that, we have enjoyed the last five or six years just retired and a slow, stay at home life with the popcorn, tv, etc. It will be different, but I will be okay. He taught me how to be okay.

Thank you for all who stop by and share a Scripture Blessing. This is the first trying Linky Tools so if any concerns, let me know and hopefully, it will work okay. Have a fun week ahead, and

~hugs 'n blessings~



  1. Dear Pat, I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your dear husband. Please know that I'm hugging you from afar, and I'm praying for you as you journey through this time of sorrow.

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. Thank you for sharing some of your story together here, and I hope that today you are surrounded by people who love you and can be used by God to help carry you through this time of loss.

  3. Crying with you this morning as I read this news. I'm so very sad for your loss.

  4. My heart aches for you; yet rejoices in your strength.

  5. Oh dear friend, I am so very sorry to hear about your great loss. Thank you for sharing about the amazing life you had with your husband. So many blessings, such a sweet legacy.

    I have lifted you up to the God of All Comfort and the Prince of Peace. Your strength and joy even in the midst of such incredible sorrow is an amazing testimony of your strength in the Lord.

    Blessings to you.

  6. Oh Sweetie! I'm so very sorry for your loss! We, too, have been married since we were kids. I pray for comfort, strength and the Lord's joy (as it is our strength) for you and your family. You have shown great strength in your post and I know that can only come from God. Hugs and many blessings to you my dear!

  7. I'm so sorry for your loss!! What a sweet story of your life together. I pray that you're comforted by those lovely memories and by the loved ones around you.


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