Thank you
My mama is 102 last stage dementia so I have been mourning her in the emotional sense for 2 years . I find myself looking at her apartment when I’m there and dreading clearing things out . Not only because it seems so incredibly daunting but afraid of going down that emotional well. You have given me the courage to just be present and embrace it not fear it so I thank you . I adored your beloved mother . My first pair of jeans were hers and made me feel so special when I wore them. Thank you for sharing💕
Sandra3022 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/14/22
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