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7 years ago

Visited mom yesterday and she is 88 years old now, she seemed to be less aware of people now I noticed, but she started to hum a song I remember growing up that she would sing to us as children. I thought that was so sweet she remembered that. So yes sometimes they don't remember us now but they remember us at an earlier time.

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7 years ago

Don't forget them, because they would never forget us on purpose!

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