I can attest to having all manner of thinks, but I seem to have departed from the text.
We seldom know when something is “the last time”. I count it a blessing when I have known. One day a photo will surface and be your reminder”
We have grief IN life, but we need not LIVE IN grief.
I’m no longer a “we”, I’m just a “me”. I’m no longer a wife or a companion or a helpmate or a lover or a confidant or a best friend. I’m just a “me”. But who is this “me”?
Today and everyday, Inspire Your Heart.
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