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  • She finally passed away.

    It felt like a ton being lifted off my shoulders to see the peace on my aunts face.

    I was no longer holding my breath while grandma struggled for her next one.

    Shed put up the fight long enough for us to come together, to say goodbye, to see her and for her to tell us she loved us.

    And she made it home to heaven in time to spend mother’s day with her mother. We love you grandma, your love and pure sweetness will never be lost in our hearts.
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