I made a big mistake before my Lee was even buried and I realized just how vulnerable I really am. I agreed to give up my husband's favorite watch to his youngest son. He asked me for it the day after Lee died. I agreed to give it to him on his 18th birthday which is this Dec. the one year anniversary of his death. His son believes it should be his as he gave it to him years ago. I already agreed to pass down his wedding ring to this same son when he got married which I feel ok about as I feel Lee would want it to stay in the family. Other than some furniture and his favorite clothes, I gave his kids everything they wanted trying to be fair. The only things I have left that are tangible, are his glasses and this watch. Is it wrong for me to change my mind and keep it for myself and try to explain to his son why I need to keep it?
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