Loss

“When people enter your life, they expand your world. But when they leave, the void is that much greater” – Blueblood by Mathew Iden

Lost a dear friend recently. Cancer at 71. Not a pleasant experience.

Pat and I were High School sweethearts in Germany. And, as all Army brats know, those things never last. Time and separation take care of that.

But, the memories are there. Always.

“Cancer was not a bump in the road, it was the road, and life was what you made of it as you moved along.” – One Right Thing by Matthew Iden

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