I know someone asked me to let them know how my Grampa's funeral went but I don't remember who so I thought I'd just let you all know. It wasn't as hard as I thought it was going to be. His "lady friend" of 13 years seemed pretty upset and it was very hard seeing her like that, shes usually such a happy go lucky woman. Its also sad to know that I might not ever see her again or atleast not very often. The service was done by his nephew so it was nice having someone that knew him well do the service. Plus having my 2 year old neice showing me the candy that was in her mouth lightened the mood a little, never a dull moment with kids around. It still doesn't seem completely real to me but slwly and surely I know I will get thru this. Thank you all so much for your support and encouragement. Its meant so much to me! God Bless
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