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I had a feeling the call was going to bring tears. *Vani* Due May 16; 2 kids; Denver, Colorado 29467 posts
2nd Nov '12

So early this morning I was sitting watching TV.........my phone started ringing and I noticed it was a call from my husbands father in Morocco. I didnt answer since i dont speak Arabic. I go to tell my husband and he said he will call his father back after he wakes up. I go back to the living-room and return to watching TV....and the entire time i was thinking that something was wrong. I had a feeling someone had died....I have no idea why I was thinking this...but the thought ws going through my head the entire time. Which is weird because his family calls all the time....Usually his sister or his mom but still.
Well my husband wakes up and calls his father back. I hear him talking on his phone in the bedroom and then silence and then I hear sobbing.....
I run in to the bedroom and my husband is crying (and I have only seen him cry one other time ever in the last 2 years) He tells me his brother-in-law has passed away unexpectedly. :cry: At 38 years old.
My husbands sister woke up to feed their 10mo old son and figured she would let her husband sleep in a little bit. After getting herself dressed and their son she goes to wake him up.....he didnt move....she tried and tired and he still didnt move. She called the Ambulance (which took 35 min to come....ugh Morocco) and he was pronounced dead at the scene. How sad, he was a successful and smart business man. He studded in Spain and got his degree in France. He was a successful business man who had never smoked or drank in his life. He was a little over weight but not dangerous.
I have never met my husbands family but I have talked to his sister and her husband many times since they speak English and I adore their son Fehd!! He is so cute!!!! My heart goes out to her, shes just 24 years old and now widowed.



My husband is a mess, he cried all morning that he cant be there to protect his little sister (hes very over protective of her and it took alot for him to be OK with her marring an older man, but he grew close to his brother-in-law and became great friends) so watching him cry for his sister and nephew was so touching and heartbreaking....



But the fact I felt it....and thought abut it creeped me out just a little bit....I have had this happen before, i thought of something happening and it did.



Today is a very sad day :cry:

Kady 5 kids; Texas 2713 posts
2nd Nov '12

I am so sorry! That is awful. I will keep you all in my prayers.

J+D=4 4 kids; Beverly Hills, California 14683 posts
2nd Nov '12

i am so sorry for your family...

iLovett Due December 6; Papeete, French Polynesia 17 posts
2nd Nov '12

Tha's soo sad. Ugh, I never had something like that happen to me but the feeling of not being able to be closed to loved ones when an emergency like that happens really freaks me out. I hope it is all resolved and she can find some peace in this horrible time in her life.

*Vani* Due May 16; 2 kids; Denver, Colorado 29467 posts
2nd Nov '12
Quoting iLovett:" Tha's soo sad. Ugh, I never had something like that happen to me but the feeling of not being able to ... [snip!] ... that happens really freaks me out. I hope it is all resolved and she can find some peace in this horrible time in her life."


I know, to me I am not that affected. I cried with my hubby because it hurt me to see him so sad.....but I couldnt imagine the pain she is going through...I remember when my grandpa passed away that was so hard on me and my family...but he died at 96 years old and it was long awaited.....so just loosing someone for no reason at such a young age....its beyond words. I feel for my sister-in-law. I hope she will heal soon :(




Thanks ladies!!!