ethel kalisch hoffer (1918-1991), me, frank markus hoffer (1909-1991)
all of our losses are so unique, but it is helpful, at moments to know there are others who know the pain.
this is really beautiful. I find a lot of comfort in knowing that I wont stop missing the people I’ve lost, like they will last forever because of it.
I’m glad my mom keeps bugging me to look at your blog.I haven’t really looked close at a picture of my grandparents in a long while – and this one is totally new to me.Thanks.
thank you all, my dears.
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