In a strange way, I feel that I am learning more about my wife now that she is gone. Like taking things for granted. Until now I used to do that all the time. My wife never did. Every day was a treasure to her. Though she was 15 years older than I am, she had a younger spirit. I think that is becasue she lost her father when she was eight and her first husband when she was in her late 20s. Now I can really see how these tragic losses change you. I hope to never take anything for granted again. Though I still feel quite depressed, I hope to look at the world differently as I recover.
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