An email she sent to the man she is in love with. This is killing me (her husband).
I see all the clues, I just don’t know how to act on them.
The saddest thing I own is this website in my computer’s history. why not talk about the happiest things we own and stop complaining about the life we have been blessed with? This website is pathetic, no matter how sad you think you should be, someone else has it worse so get over it.
Jenny was one of the most giving people I have ever known. She was a graduate student at UF devoting her research to children. She had been a volunteer in the Peace Corps and for Big Brothers Big Sisters. She was a caring friend to everyone she knew. My life was made better just knowing her and knowing that people like her exist in this world. She is the only person I know to have had a pet Madagascar hissing cockroach. What does that tell you about her love of life and of living things? And she was the next generation of my small family. She died in August of 2006 in a car accident. When her mother called me crying I expected her to tell me that Jenny’s 92 year old grandmother had passed. I was prepared for that, but completely unable to comprehend how Jenny could be taken without warning at 28, in the prime of her life. This news article is so sad because it doesn’t give you any sense of the real person behind the facts of her death. She doesn’t deserve to be immortalized as just another traffic accident statistic. And it’s more than a little upsetting and disgusting that Saturn doesn’t have the good sense not to advertise new cars on the same page as a traffic fatality.
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