I just found out that my great grandma passed away. I have been having a really hard time dealing with the deaths of three other family members over that last two months....things had just started to get better. I have been having a lot of physical reactions to all of this. I can say one thing though about my griving so far. I am doing alot better than I did with the others. I can't stop crying. With the others it was like I shed a tear or two then I couldn't cry, now I can't stop. My son asked me why I was crying, and I told him and showed him some pictures of her. It is just so hard. I know I can get through this, I have been doing okay lately. I just think it is enough. She lived a long life, she would have been 98 this year and she was a great person. SCellebrated happy hour well in to her 80's if not her 90's. Any ways, I am just really upset and rambling.
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