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Embrace Memory Box
Submitted by Susan Lang in Illinois, April 2015
I lost my husband 3 weeks ago. We were married in 2002, one year exactly from the day we met. We combined our families; his boy and 2 girls, my 2 boys and 1 girl. We all thought we would live happily ever after, but on February 2nd this year Dennis was diagnosed with a rare form of liver cancer. We were told we would have a few weeks to a few months. He fought valiantly proclaiming that he wanted to live for his grandsons and for the day we would retire together. After only 7 weeks the cancer won. I wear his wedding ring around my neck, I carry our memories in my heart and his love in my soul. We were the loves of each other's lives. I need a place to keep the rose petals from his funeral and this box will be the perfect piece for such precious keepsakes.Read More >
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