Sometimes I grieve for the person I have become without her.

I’ve learned not to fear death because I watched the grace and dignity with which she faced hers.

I am part of his lasting mark on this earth. This keeps me going.

Photographic memories are comforting. Remember the good times.

I have learned not to fear death because I watched the grace and dignity with which she faced hers.

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