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Moved china cabinet, found my name.

by Katcan on May 23, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Performing the sad task of cleaning out my Parents home. My Mother left me her antique bow front china cabinet. We moved it out to the back of the truck and laid it down. On the bottom of the cabinet was a little sticker that my Mother had written my name on. She had labeled many of things she wanted us to have. Broke my heart and made me miss her even more. Still miss you Mother, love you always.

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