An Empty Bench, Full of Memories

An Empty Bench, Full of Memories

 Empty Bench, Full of Memories

 

An empty bench full of memories.  In early 2002, a classmate of my oldest son had a nose bleed.  A common event for an active young boy, playing soccer, running with friends and just being a kid.  The nose bleed led to a Dr. Appt, which led to a diagnosis of leukemia.  The young man went through all the best treatments medicine could find, but it was to no avail.  The bench is empty, but for those that knew him, it brings back many memories.  Hug the ones you love, they are on loan for just a little while.

 

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