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When my husband Jack passed he was less than robust and on the thin side; so I keep a framed photo of Jack on the mantle where J holds a cup of coffee and sports a bright shirt and a straw hat and this photo has helped me to focus on the bright side, the image of a man enjoying the simple pleasures.  I believe it is important to keep the positive/upbeat images vivid in our minds as we fight to remain upbeat/positive on our new journey

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Comment by Cath on August 22, 2014 at 11:00am
I have pictures of Kev with our three boys in the last few months of his life but the ones that are still hanging all around the house are the ones before the pain took over, the ones where his smile is genuine and there is no fear deep in his eyes...I can look at those and smile now at almost two years out. The others I'll keep for our children in a special box if they ever want to see them..hugs to you x

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