Eulogy for a Fairy Princess
Lisa Williams

My amazingly talented, good-hearted, wonderful husband unexpectedly passed away in February. He was 32. Like you, I have been laser-focused on making sure people knew about his talents. I’ve also been writing as much as I can. I am so so sorry for your loss. I am so so sorry for the pain to come. I am so so sorry and pissed that you and I have this awful experience in common. Thank you for writing this, and I hope you continue to find peace and purpose as you make it through the minutes and days and months ahead.

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