January 7, 2022

A Few Words about George

George A. Javins was my first husband. That seems like two lifetimes ago yet it was sad to hear that he passed away. He was 78 and died of natural causes so it is not tragic but still... memories.


We married very young. We lived in Alexandria, Virginia. We had two daughters. They grew up to be wonderful people. 

It was so long ago. I wish the best for his widow and their son.

11 comments:

  1. Great article... I followed your blog now & Happy new year

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  2. Such events must bring strange and mixed emotions. A brave post in many ways.

    Hope all is well.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  3. Memories are good, even if they're a bit sad.

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  4. A mix of memories. A difficult time for your daughters.

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  5. Yes, I can understand sadness at his passing, while not as close as you once were.

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  6. even if life separates us, it is still a part of life, memories of youth

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  7. Even though your marriage ended, he was part of your life and the father of your children, so there will be mixed emotions. My condolences to you and your daughters. Alana ramblinwitham.globspot.com

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  8. Sad to hear that Linda, and heartfelt condolences to you and your daughters. May those memories give you all comfort.

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  9. Sad to lean, but, life goes on. :)

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