I don't mean in the physical sense, I mean in the spiritual, human sense. Someone said to me the other day "You aren't yourself, where is Loretta?" I thought about it, I realized that Loretta is gone. She died Feb 8th as much as Bill did. Is that what I want? Not sure, but it is what is. No amount of therapy can change that. I will try to build a new Loretta, I hope I like her. Anyone else feel like this?
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