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Today is a sad anniversary day.

pee wee

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It's a fact we never get over the loss of a loved one. It becomes an ache we all learn to live with. My own parents died within a year of each other 25yrs ago. My sister-in-law died early this yr on the 1yr anniversary of my Mother-in-law & a cousin only this week. I find myself thinking of them all at different times for no apparent reason. I now just let the thoughts come & enjoy the memories.
 

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It's a fact we never get over the loss of a loved one. It becomes an ache we all learn to live with. My own parents died within a year of each other 25yrs ago. My sister-in-law died early this yr on the 1yr anniversary of my Mother-in-law & a cousin only this week. I find myself thinking of them all at different times for no apparent reason. I now just let the thoughts come & enjoy the memories.

Yep....been there too many times myself. Death is a part of living.

Daughter, Mum and Dad, Aunties and Uncles plus friends.

Looking forward to meeting them all in 40 years or so. Blimey, I'll be 97.......I suppose I could hang it out 'til I'm a 100.;):)

Steve.:)
 

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My wife Donnami lost her mother two years back...it would have been her 83rd birthday today,Donnami misses her mum terribly.
So though it was a lovely warm Autumn day today here in Wiltshire it was tinged with a little sadness.

Regards to you all.
 

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