When my husband died, I felt like my brain died too.
Rob had a photographic memory, and vast capacity for storing it all.
Since his death, I’ve been in a fog. They say it could last a year, two years, who knows. I just know that my brainpower isn’t what it once was, even before Rob came into my life almost 14 years ago.
I’ve kept his computer on and his tabs up, basically as he had them the day he killed himself. As a matter of fact, I’ve kept much of his office the same. I can’t bear to change it completely for fear that the memories associated with the layout will leave me. Isn’t that strange?
But I digress. The point is that I’m not quite there yet, and I would guess that I can look forward to a lifetime of stumbling upon tidbits of Rob, thankful for the reminders but also sad for what was lost.
I came across one such item last week that sparked my interest.
This was a conversation he and I had on August 28, 2017. I had completely forgotten about it.
So now I know why she was so vicious towards him. He called her on bad intel. Isn’t that ironic, considering her “intel” after Rob died? You know, the bit about everyone else being to blame for his suicide but her?
What a world.
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My cousin, an attorney, is a fan of yours on Twitter. So, I looked in on you today and was intrigued. This was shortly after Scott Pruitt resigned. I enjoyed your remarks and ♥️’d one. And, left a gif (Hermione excusing herself to go vomit) as my response to his pathetic letter. Kept reading ♥️’d another response. Only to find I couldn’t. You had blocked me. I assume because you didn’t get my gif humor. Perhaps thinking it was directed at you. So much for “reading for comprehension”. Seriously, Louise? Anyway. Enjoy your tweeting.