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Day 28

4 weeks.
In 2 days it will be one month.
You'd think it would seem like yesterday considering how I felt the first week. They say time heals all wounds. My time is my family and they've aided in healing these wounds. Jeston moved home with his family. Olly gets home today after his 6 week stint in WA (he was unable to come back for your funeral), and Mrs. Armstrong (my only sister) arrives today from Auckland. Just you and Reid missing, but it's ok.

I have 12 years of great memories that I keep going back to.
I have no regrets.

Combine time, family, memories and no regrets ... you get a content wife who just misses you.

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