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Ok I had a good day, now I'm sitting here in tears. Need to vent!!!  I watch the show million little things. Had it recorded from last night  The show just ended with the song blackbird  by the Beatles. Now it is a long story behind this but when  husband  passed away. When we went to the cemetery it was dark and the reason for that was the service was at the high school that he graduated from it was in the gymnasium that they had named after him. The cemetery was lit with lighting when we got there. Now my husband played guitar and sang. A good friend of ours after the service was done and they were lowering the casket in to the ground she sang blackbird They use to sing that together. It was such a unique service for a very special man. I had not heard that song since then. OMG the memories came flooding back. Probably sounds crazy but doing this was better then smoking. Not the way I planned on ending the day 

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