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  • What can I say other than I am still amazed each day by this little miracle called J? Someday I'll show this to J and I think about what I'd like for him to know... especially if something were to happen to me. But even if I live to be 100 years old, I want to put some of my thoughts into words today. I want, most of all, for J to love himself and to be happy to be himself. I want him to have lots of people that he loves and I want him to have one special person with whom he wants to spend the rest of his life with. I want him to know that I love him more than I ever thought I could love anything or anyone. J has taught me so much about what I am capable of, and what I am not capable of (just leaving him to cry himself to sleep, etc.). I have found strength in myself that I didn't know was there. I've also found patience, love, and so many other things that I didn't know I had so much of. J has improved my relationship with other people in my life. He has made our house a true home and instead of a couple, we are a family.
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