One comment on “The One Thing I’ll Never Have to Do

  1. Sometimes it’s a little thing that gives us comfort, even when wrapped in an undesirable circumstance. Not having to explain something as deeply painful as what you experienced to the people for which you feel such affinity (your grandparents on both sides of the family) is a blessing, even if the reason for that boon is they are no longer with us. It’s not wrong to feel that way (although I can understand you doing a mental double-take at the thought).

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