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. Thank you for giving me my dad. If Alzheimer’s should ever touch him, then I hope to show him the same bravery, courage, and strength that he showed you. And, thank you for be an example with Grandpa. Through you two, I have learned not to settle, but to wait for a man who loves me the same way he loves you, like the stars adore the sky. Because of you, I have learned that I may only have my Christmas cookie after I finish my dinner. Even if that dinner is turkey stew. In my mind, “Grandma Clean” will always be the highest expectation of my room, and I solemnly swear to never achieve it. I remember watching mourning doves outside the kitchen window, and making snickerdoodles in Alabama. I remember the way your fingers tickled the back of my neck as you twisted strands of my hair into braids. I remember. And, now, I know that is a privilege. In the end, you may not have remembered everything. But, never forget that we will meet again someday. Until then, please, know always that you are loved. Sincerely, Kayla Rae