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Nice to have you visit again, Emma. I gather the site has been undergoing a re-design gradually, section by section. I hope people like the new look
There is absolutely nothing whatever silly about you. Any normal person is hurt by the loss of someone they love, and even many years again various things can cast us back into sadness, especially on the anniversary of a death. And as Really's comments reflect, sometimes if one doesn't fully work through the grief at the time, for whatever reason, it may come upon us later on, even years later --- sometimes in relation to anniversaires, sometimes sometimes after a more trivial loss, like the death of a budgie. ( And I'm not saying pet loss is trivial, just that it's usually less than the loss of a parent or other loved one ).
And crying to oneself on such an anniversary, is probably more meaningful than putting flowers on a grave
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