A piece I wrote about me, Neil, our girls and our plans for our life without him appeared in the Daily Express yesterday:
We'll see the world in my husband's memory.
I wanted to see a story in print about how much we all love Neil and how we are determined to live our lives to the full.
I'm hugely touched by the incredibly positive and supportive reaction I've had since sharing our story. Thank you to everyone who has been in touch. People have shared their own stories of loss and told me they have been moved by ours.
The phone rang with people telling me how much they appreciated my feature, others emailed me and Facebook and Twitter was awash with people sharing the link and passing on their good wishes.
It was lovely for me to see this reaction, thank you.
I'm now also telling our story in a women's weekly magazine so I'm pleased about that too.
One thing the experience of working on this hugely personal story for a newspaper has helped underline for me is that I can be positive and look forward with love. This has made me more determined to carry on this blog as well and be positive when I can.
It also gave me a push to pick our travel site, Have a Lovely Time, back up. I haven't been able to bear to look at it.
I'm trying my best to think about what we have rather than what we don't. That's a lot. It's when I think what we have all lost that I'm inconsolable.
Thanks for reading.