My husband was my rock. He did everything for me and took care of everyone. He could do anything - plumbing, construction, mechanic, the list goes on. Basically, if it needed to be done, he would find a way to do it, for anyone he met. Well, he was killed in a wreck a little over a month ago, at 53 years old. Whenever I'm presented with a challenge, everyone tells me that I can do whatever. Right now I'm having toilet hanging issues. Everyone keeps telling me it's really easy to fix and they're sure I can fix it. I'm sure a year ago I could have fixed it, maybe even a year from now. I'm sure physically I'm capable of fixing the problem but I shouldn't have to. My husband should still be here with me and it should not be a problem, he would have already taken care of it. Should I really be capable of dealing with challenges like this right now? All I want to do is crawl in bed and cry. I can't even wrap my brain around the idea of taking my toilet apart, going to the store and buying the pieces needed, and then coming home to put them back together. That's just exhausting.