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Friday, May 07, 2004

This morning I went to Josh's memorial (funeral? what's the difference?) with Heather. We went together, which was nice because I don't know if I would have felt confident enough to go alone. I think she felt the same way. The service was nice, and it was neat to see pictures of Josh from infancy to later years. There were a lot of people crying, although I was not one of them. I am often unemotional for stuff like this. In fact, often, I can't help but smile or laugh--maybe because I don't know how to handle these situations. We didn't have a funeral for my mom or granny, so in a sense, it's this strange experience for me to deal with. There were a lot of people at the memorial, most of (would like to put the word "whom" here, but am afraid that Matt will get on my case) which I don't know. There were some that were interesting to see--of course Josh's twin brother Matt was there, along with Aaron, Corey, Oakely, and some others from that group. I only talked to Heather, Matt and Aaron, but am glad that I did.

Anyway, I have to go to some TL 9000 training here at work. I missed my earlier appointment, so I've decided to go with the 2:00pm class.

- Jenny, 5/07/2004 02:01:00 PM

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