He was the kind of man who always, but always, included you in envisioning your future together from that day he first proposed to you.
Looking back now, you were lucky as your Husband was willing to say “I’m sorry” and “Forgive me” when he knew, and you knew, he had been in the wrong.
He was sensitive to your feelings. And that’s not true of every man as most have a hard time understanding the emotional torrent that can be the lot of some women. Looking back now, you realise your Husband didn’t need to understand your feelings in order to validate them.
He was your partner, he was on your side, and you tackled almost everything, both big and small, together. Your Husband respected you and your opinions. He may not have always agreed, but he showed you respect anyway.
Perhaps he was, indeed, ahead of his time for your Husband was emotionally open with you. Open and transparent.
He puts family first, always. Not that he was a completely selfless man, but as you see it now your Husband lived to please those he cared most about. He was the kind of man who could work two jobs in his sleep, and not frivolous with the money share and saved in your life together.
Words like “no,” “can’t,” and “impossible,” were just not in his vocabulary, and when he heard others use them, it only increases his devotion to the task at hand.
At your weakest moments, your Husband’s strength kept you stable and inspired you to carry on. He was no saint, was not immune to pain or frustration, but he dod handle it well, and he knew how to pull himself out of low places.
You were lucky. Your Husband was always there for you to lean on, squeeze, and find comfort in when it felt like the world was just too much.
He was loyal, devoted, and a true pillar in the world of the woman he loved. And then one day, suddenly, he was gone. Moved on from this life, a life that some days seems like it will never see you smile again and then he comes to mind and his memory alone makes living worth the effort.
Thank him fr he gave you and the legacy of love and devotion he has left you. Pay Tribute to your Husband here and now on Friends Past. A Tribute that will endure for ever and ever. Just like his love …