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  •  Make whatever time you have (4+ / 0-)

    count.  How much or how little is left is immaterial if you support her in her hour of need, share the love you feel for one another.  That's what is important.

    Then, when the end comes - whenever  it comes - there will be no regrets.  Grief, but no regrets, and that will mean a lot.

    •  No regrets (1+ / 0-)
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      Never have, never will. Make no mistake, there are plenty of things I wish we had been able to do, places I wish we had been able to go. But those aren't regrets; they can't be, because there would always have been more things to do and share and enjoy and explore, even if we'd had ten times as long to do so. Even if we'd had a hundred.

      If I had life to live over again, I would still be here, now, writing about the woman I love in her time of trials. No regrets.

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      by Serpents Choice on Sat Mar 23, 2013 at 01:10:48 PM PDT

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