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Dear Nancy,
#21
It's okay. I didn't mean to give the impression that I thought you were prying. I lost my husband in Afghanistan and I don't mind telling people. I am proud of him, but I also don't want it to look as if I'm seeking attention for something I didn't do.
NANCY
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#22
Except you know you did do something and you continue to do something. You carry on his legacy, you took on the role of mother and father. Thank you for what you and your daughter have given up.
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#24
Nancy, I'm so sorry for your loss. It isn't attention seeking behavior. The families of servicemen and woman are heroes too.
Mother of Three Daughters
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#25
Thank you, all.
NANCY
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#26
I'm so sorry Nancy.
KAT
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#27
I'm sorry Nancy. You should be proud of him but be proud of yourself to.
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#28
She’s amazing. ❀️
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#29
Nancy, I'm sorry. My "aunt" lost her husband in Afghanistan. You are doing something special.
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#30
war is so bad.
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