Today was just one of those days where everything seemed to hit a nerve. Our pastor's sermon didn't have anything to do with grief but hit me in a different place. Then I was helping my mom take food to a family after a memorial service at our church. We were taking it to their house and setting up while they were gone. Just brought back a flood of memories of people bringing food to my aunt's house and then grandma's funeral and the reception at her church after the burial. The person who died was not actually a member of our church but the brother-in-law was.
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