I am reminded of a visit I was to make to a friend who was helping me with a project to write a local history in my family's home county in a neighboring state.
I arrived only to find the EMTs. She had gone to a college recognition dinner the night before, and come home early to rest. Her housekeeper (she was 90+) found her that morning dead in her bed, hands folded on her chest, with her cat sitting watch at the side of the bed.
I lost the last connection with my Dad's early history (her husband was my Dad's CO before WWII).
But the good news was that I met her, and we had a year of time in which to get a few Saturdays to talk about
things that were important to both of us.
We get the good days we are intended to have. Every day is a bonus. The rest are not important.
You are still here. There is a reason.
There is no "easy" on our path.
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