This was another day with nothing planned. Also to say, I did think of planning things, but nothing sounded good for more than 15 seconds. Its been alittle over 2 months and today I put my sympathy cards away. I had an area on the piano with the memorial card, prayer card, some pictures and a stack of sympathy cards. I framed 2 of the most special pictures and took the rest and put it in my Hood's Milk Box out of sight. My dad used to be a Hoods Milk Man 30 years ago. Someone sent me a poem called A letter from Heaven. I think you could probably find in on the web, but if you can't I'd be happy to post it here if anyone would like to read it. Its beautiful
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