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Anna Mae's Story

"My Mom passed away on Valentine's Day. A week before she died, I was with her at the nursing home. "My Funny Valentine" came on the radio. Mom began to sway with the music. I said, "Mom, you remember this song? One of your favorites." She looked into my eyes and smiled. I saw the Mom I loved..."

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