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That little picture collage would peek out at her as she doled out her medication throughout the day. Whenever she had to swallow that really big horse pill, she would lock eyes with those of her impish grandson in a fun photo of their last time at the lake. He became her reliable companion when she had to do the right thing and remember her medication. She wanted to keep up her health so that she could run a little easier during those giggling hide and seek sessions with a shaggy haired, always curious five year old.
This one brought back memories, thoughts of my mother. My oldest son was only five years old at the time that she began resistance against breast cancer. Not only because it touched my heart and mind the way that it did, but because of the detail found in the photo and the truth of so many lives..this was surely fitting for the featured post.
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