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  • I remember brushing my teeth 3 times the morning of the wake.
    Everything seems so surreal. Like it went too fast that it didn't even happen.
    This never even happened.

    She was suppose to get better. So many thoughts rushed so fast I couldn't get a grasp on them.

    I stayed for a while, spoke to her, made her comfortable, spoke to her, laid next to her and told her I loved her.

    I love all the memories she gave me.

    Everyone always say the same things about passed loved ones, but she is different. A category all on her own. All that was once said doesn't match to the worth she was to a lot of people. She loved everyone, cared for everyone regardless of circumstances. Didn't think anyone was NOT worth being loved. She found the good in people and things that didn't even know they had good in them.

    She will always remain one of the best women I ever had in my life.

    She will be my strength and I will make sure her kind heart lives forever on, through me.
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