I am amazed to think that it has already been 8 years since that horrible day. Day to day the crushing pain has lessened but the sense that something is missing from my life never goes away. I still see things and think "Angie would like that" or hear a song that makes me think of her or remember a memory that only she and I share. The hole that her death has left in my life will never be filled.
One of the hardest parts of her loss for me is that fact that my children will never know her for themselves. Of course they know her through my eyes but they have lost so much by not having her as the incredible "aunt" that she would have been.
One of the comforts was knowing that she died doing something she loved. She took such pride in her job at the Pentagon and we have learned how important her presence was to her co-workers. She had achieved so much and touched so many lives in her brief 27 years here with us.
Angie was (and still is) one of the best things in my life. She taught me incredible lessons about friendship, love, and acceptance. I miss her more than words can say.
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