A Painful New Chapter

Sharing some memories of my wife as I work to get to a new sense of normal. Erin loved donating to German Shepherd Rescues. Here is the link to our local Vegas rescue if you would like to donate in her honor.

Thank you

16 comments on A Painful New Chapter

  1. Joseph says:

    Lost mine 3 years ago with 2 babies . it’s hard either way

    1. thekrazywabbit says:

      Thoughts are with you

  2. Michael says:

    Much love, my man. Thanks for sharing your (and her) story with the world. You’re a genuinely good dude.

    1. thekrazywabbit says:

      Thank you sir

  3. Cindie says:

    She was a wonderful woman, Wabbit. I’ll miss her so much…. Nothing but peace and love to you.

    1. thekrazywabbit says:

      Thanks Cindie

  4. Mia says:

    Love you Wabbit.

    1. thekrazywabbit says:

      Much love

  5. Darlene says:

    Thanks so much for sharing your story with all of us, Kwes. Erin will be missed dearly by all that knew her. Sending love and hugs to you. I am always here for you my friend.

    1. thekrazywabbit says:

      Thank you Darlene

  6. Lisa says:

    Thanks for sharing all of this. I remember the night you guys first met. She came back and told me all about your night. The books, the fun, and how easily you could talk to each other. You are right, no marriage is easy, but you two accepted each other scars and all. I would say that you were a perfect match. Still sending you lots of love.

    1. thekrazywabbit says:

      That made me smile that she talked about that night 🙂 Thank you

  7. Sean says:

    Love you bro

    1. thekrazywabbit says:

      Much love bro

  8. Linda Johnson says:

    Kwesi – I just listened to your podcast The love you feel for Erin was so evident and your words so sincere and beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing. Although you, Erin and I worked together “several” years ago, I remember those days well and that job as the best of my career. Best always, Linda

    1. thekrazywabbit says:

      Thank you so much Linda. They were fond memories that help during these trying times.

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