I cried today.
We took possession of a home that a woman lived in for over 80 years. The family left her personal diaries.
I cried. I thought it was sad.
Anyone else moved by this? Or am I too sentimental?
I agree with you. Is there a possibility that they didn't take the time to notice them? Surely.....surely, if they had seen them they would have kept them. I can't imagine someone leaving them behind. That really is sad.
I think that would reduce many to tears. I would be upset, that's for sure.
A live lived, and no one to honor her memories is very sad.
terribly sad.. were they hidden from view? maybe they were in a hurry? Are you able to contact them to let them know?
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