The Anonymous Widower

Widowhood Is A Lonely Dark Club

And a dark club, that no-one asked if you wanted to join.

After forty years of a generally happy and vibrant relation, especially when it came like a thunderbolt from nowhere, makes it no easier.

It is lonely, but I do have the freedom to do what I want.

I could just throw my clothes on the floor each night and live on beer and baked beans. Which I don’t!

Today, I’m off to see Ipswich lose at Sheffield Wedneswday.

I’m then off tomorrow for four days in the Canaries! Nothing to do with Norfolk!

But both trips will be alone!

Surely, there must be widow, out there who feels like I do!

November 5, 2016 - Posted by | Sport, Transport | , ,


  1. There are lots of widows who feel like that; I think how to meet one is a big part of the issue. I have single friends (mostly divorcees) who go on the dating website and meet people that way. One of my friends met her husband that way. Others of my friends have got badly hurt, although in my opinion many got very involved very quickly. But perhaps I am old fashioned.

    Are there any which only deal with professional people, or would only introduce you to professional widows? You are good man, and they are few and far between, I am sure there is just the lady out there somewhere.

    Comment by nosnikrapzil | November 5, 2016 | Reply

  2. Please ad me to your Facebook Russell B Hurley if you havnt already.

    Goblin daily now five months….


    Comment by Russ Hurley | November 8, 2016 | Reply

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