I have just recently lost my grandfather at the ripe old age of 82. He was my last living grandparent, yup all of them within the last 7 years have passed away. I'm 21 and I understand loss and I'm so happy that they did (all 4 of my grandparents) get to live their lives. But, I'm having a really hard time just dealing with an entire generation gone. You start thinking about your own wedding and how they never even got to meet your boyfriend. You really start to wish for their approval because they are older and wiser and they can assure you that yes your boyfriend is perfect for you. I wonder if I'm holding on too tightly and I should be okay with them passing away.
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