Remembrance

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If I was still married, Easter Sunday would have been our 18th wedding anniversary.

We were married in 1996.  The marriage ended just over ten years later.

This is Easter.  I am celebrating life today.

A cloud of sadness hovers.  The memory of a relationship that is no longer alive.

It’s been eight years now, but there is so much still unknown and unsaid.  I still regret the future we will never see together.  I feel sad.

I feel almost like I should stand for a minute of silence on this day of LIFE.

My very own Remembrance Day.  To look back and to look forward.

And having remembered, I will walk on into whatever the future holds for me.

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