All there is
Enjoyed this so!! I lost my only brother in 1988 he was 31, my cousin who was like a sister to me in 2005 at 44 and both parents. I totally related to all he was saying about being the only one of my core family left. Losing those who shared your life growing up is difficult. When my parents lost my brother, their son, they were devastated as was I. Yet, they never made me feel like their lives were over. We grieved his loss together though differently if that makes sense!! I miss them more each year but loving them is deep in me and I thank God we were family.
kk22399 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/14/22
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