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December 05, 2019

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December 2, 2019
Dear Aunt Audrey,

We met you only too recently but you quickly entered our hearts as you made room in yours for us. Granny brought you to us and you'll now never leave. We're so excited for the next chapter in your life and that you are released from your pain. We will miss you, of course, but we know that you have many loved ones with you now.
December 1, 2019
December 1, 2019
December 1, 2019
Ever since I've been alive, my favorite blanket has been the one Grandma made for me. So articulately named, Ettie, it was my companion as a child... and as a teenager... and as an adult now. I have several Ettie's and you could say they're one of my most prized possessions. The amount of love, care, and time she put into crafting each one shows through the years. As the blankets age, they get softer and softer, which I think is an imperfect metaphor for Grandma. The older she grew, the wiser and kinder she became.

I can't wait to give them to my kids one day, so they can know Grandma's love like I did.
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