Well I went to my first funeral since Cameron died thispast week. It was so hard. Alot more then I thought. I was good till I got close to the casket and the parents of the 22yr. old that died. I lost it then...... I couldnt go close and just went by the Mom and told her about Cam and she smiled and said that I knew her pain....how right she is. I couldnt wait to get out of there and then on the ride home and total flash backs from Cam's funeral. I still dont remember much but I see bits and pieces in my mind. I hope this will get easier.......
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