The World Isn’t Going to Miss Me When I’m Gone

So I’d just as soon focus on how I made my loved ones feel while I was still here.

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Until about a month ago, I’d never had surgery. I’d never even been to the emergency room unless I was accompanying someone else for moral support and to make sure they got there safely.

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Life is short and precious. Memento mori. | Email: bellingthecat@gmail.com | Links: https://linktr.ee/shannonhilson

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Life is short and precious. Memento mori. | Email: bellingthecat@gmail.com | Links: https://linktr.ee/shannonhilson

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