Post # 1
So I just got home after a very emotional day. My friend’s husband died unexpectedly this past weekend in a motorcycle accident. They had just celebrated their wedding anniversary, and they have a baby daughter together. He was a great guy, and great husband and it just opens your eyes so fast when something like that happens. Love and appreciate your significant others! Hug them! Cherish them! Forgive them when they make you mad/annoy you because you never know when they will be taken from your life. Just thought I’d pass along this message today. Thanks bees!
Post # 3
Oh. That just brought tears to my eyes. So sorry for your loss. Big big big hugs to your friend, her family and all your circle affected by this!
Post # 4
So sorry about your friend’s husband, but so thankful that you started this thread. I try to remember and live by this every day! It can all change so fast.
Post # 5
What a good reminder to do something so important!
Post # 6
Thank you for posting this as a reminder to everyone, though I am terribly sorry for the tragedy that brought about the post. I will keep your friend in my prayers. <3
Post # 7
the events that caused this post are awful. But it helps remind us all of what we have.
Post # 8
How sad. I will give him a kiss tonight for sure!
Post # 10
I’m sorry for your loss. It’s always so tragic when people pass away from accidents. We had a dear member of our community pass away this weekend from a scuba diving accident, so you really never know when life will be cut short. Cherish every day.
Post # 10
(((hugs))) for you and your friend. So sorry for ya’lls loss! But what a reminder to really live for life and enjoy & cherish what we have.
Post # 10
So sorry to hear that this happened to your friend. Thank you for the reminder. You never know if today could be your last day.
Post # 11
OMG….so sad….my thoughts & prayers will be with your family…this is so true…live each moment as if it could be your last…
Post # 12
Oh no, that is terrible. My heart goes out to her family 🙁
Post # 13
How sad! Things like that make us realize how lucky we are.