Bob Collymore and Wambui
Bob Collymore and Wambui

Losing a loved one is painful and no one can fill their gap. Bob Collymore’s widow Wambui Kamiru is yet to come to terms with the loss of her husband.

Wambui has been sharing a series of touching tributes to her late husband who passed away on July 1 in 2019.

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Taking to Twitter on Monday, Wambui Collymore said she lost her sense of smell after losing her husband.

Wambui revealed she was frustrated at first but along the way, she learned to accept the circumstances.

The brain is interesting. My sense of smell has been gone for a number of months. This is linked to grief. Initially. Then I just accepted the process. Today it came back. Albeit abit wonky. E.g. burnt toast smells like rose petals. Still I am grateful. 😊’ she tweeted.

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In a previous post, the grieving Wambui wrote,

AT LEAST IN MY DREAMS, WE STILL SIT ACROSS EACH OTHER AT DINNER PARTIES. #NOTESONABSENCE,’ READ ONE OF HER POSTS.

She also penned a touching poem to Collymore, which read,

TO WALK AROUND WITH THE EVER PRESENT KNOWLEDGE THAT SOMETHING IS MISSING.
NOT MISPLACED.
NOT LOST.
BUT MISSING.

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