Do you start thinking about people more after their death or just realize you thought of them often?
I had a neighbor pass away suddenly and found myself thinking of her so often. I'd look to her house to see if she was outside with her dog, want to tell her something, etc. So, I was just wondering if the death made me think of her more often or realize she was just often on my mind!
I think about my neighbors about the same - and they just died in the last few months. It just makes me wonder more about them, when I'm outside and see the house sitting vacant. But close family is different. I find myself drifting into that, without apparent reason - mourning.
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