6 comments on “Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

  1. I am so sorry for your loss. Words cannot express the chills that took over my body as I read your words and thought of the impact this event has created in so many lives. You are in my thoughts and prayers for healing. I’m sorry.

  2. So sorry for your loss. Such trite words, like a mantra from the helpless and impotent, but they are sincere. We never know how long we’ll be blessed with those we love, but the memories remain, especially the sweet ones; they deepen over time, and nourish us.

  3. I can feel your loss as well. I know also that when it’s my turn to go, I’d much rather people remember me for whatever jokes or funny stories I’d told.

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