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So here’s this week’s topic:  We’ve all experienced loss, what is a loss that has really struck you? Compare losing someone you knew with someone you didn’t, and your thoughts on how it affected you.

Loss is hard.  I have to admit that I’m not really in a place right now that I can talk as openly as I would like about loss.  But I’m going to try a little.

I remember losing was my great grandmother when I was 16ish.  I remember that she didn’t know who I was at the end.  I remember that I wore jeans and high heels at that time in my life.  I remember hearing stories about her, and I remember the few visits I had with her.

I remember that I lost three more relatives when I was in the last trimester of college.  They all died, one month after the other…

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Posted August 28, 2018 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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