A 39-year-old mother of two spent the last few months looking for a new Woman for her husband who would care about him and her sons.
In 2006, Clare Mauremootto was given the diagnosis of motor neuronopathy, which causes weakness in the muscles.
The degenerative disease, which affects a person’s ability to walk, speak, swallow, and breathe, currently lacks a cure. Claire was sad thinking that no ones to care of her husband John and their two son’s Ben And Jack if she will die.
She put in a lot of effort and time trying to find John a new partner, even putting her in contact with nurses at Somerset’s Weston Hospice, where she spent the last two months.
Despite her desire for John, 52 years of age, to be well enough to return home, Clare advised him to prepare for life without her. She hoped to find a new partner who would share his life and assist him in caring for their two sons.
She added, “she promised to assist me in finding love.”She even started contacting representatives of the hospice in an effort to arrange a date.
“But I wasn’t ready.Clare wanted me to be, even though I wasn’t sure I could.”
John and Clare met in 1993 through friends, and two years later, they became connected. Since John had never considered having a new partner, he was perplexed when Clare asked him out on a second date.
“I don’t care how you meet someone,” she said, was a phrase she frequently used. He even suggested a few of our companions! “
As his health gradually deteriorated, Clare and John made the decision that their sons would not see her again until the 11th of February.
Clare spent her last Valentine’s Day with John on February 19, 2007. Four days later, she died.
John stated, Clare passed away in my arms. “I express my Love for Her and told that nothing to worry about our son’s I will Take care of our son’s. “
“I attempted to carry on not surprisingly, preparing the boys for school and preparing them for dinner, yet I felt Clare watching us.”
“I didn’t want the boys to think I was taking over their mother, despite the fact that I never forgot her request to meet someone new.”
However, when the boys went to bed, I was by myself. I missed Clare as well as her presence. That is the reason I opened a record on a dating site in May.
So he met Julie Macfarlane, a medical worker who had as of late separated and had two kids:Isobel, six years old and John ten.
“I told Jack and Ben when the time was right that I was going to date with Julie,” John stated. At first they were horrified, they warmed to her and her children over the next six months.”
The families relocated in March of 2008 through 2012.
Isobel served as a bridesmaid for John and Julie’s April wedding, and their three children served as best men.
John said, “I talked about Clare’s diagnosis, our time together, and her wish that I find a special person.’
“I told everyone I could picture her smiling at us because Clare wanted us to be happy, and I think she would be now that things were going the way they were.”