it was 3 days after my husbands funeral and his daughter came over expecting me to go through his things and start giving them away. She says I upset her when i wouldn\'t give her a watch. Then her grand parents sent me a email asking me what i intended to do wiht my husbands truck cause they wanted for her. both of this happened within a week of my husbands funeral. They couldn\'t even let his ashes cool down before they started asking. I gave her the glasses off my husbands face before they closed the casket why can\'t they understand that I\'m not ready to give up his things and I can\'t tell them when or if I ever will.
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