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Sometimes people seem to feel that it must have been hard for me not to have had the time to say goodbye to my husband Ken. He died so quickly in bed within a matter of minutes and there was no goodbye. It never occurred to me until someone said it. I don't really regret we didn't have a last goodbye. I feel like in our whole life we were so connected and the love was so great that no goodbye or closing comment was necessary. We knew how we felt about each other and never took each other for granted. The love was so deep that no goodbye would have been adequate. Our 33 years together was our testimony. No, I want to say Hello Ken! Hello wherever you are out there in this great expanse of eternity and whatever you are doing. Hello from your wife. Hello. I love you.  I trust that whatever time I have left will be like a moment in the timeframe of the cosmos. It is the circle of life.

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