I like giving gifts even if they are only token gifts. I know just how important it can be to let someone know you are thinking of them because I know how important it is to me.

My habit these days is to buy or make token gifts for Luke. They are only small; a keyring, a stone from the beach, a message in a tiny bottle. I put them in a glass coffee jar, hidden from sight at the place where Luke’s ashes are buried.

When I saw this, I mmediately thought of the empty space in my heart where Luke used to live. As you can see; the outside looks rough and jagged as though it has been crushed and calcified just as I feel mine is. However, if you look closely it sparkles and shines inside where Luke still makes his presence felt.

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