Kevin, that'll probably hang on to some degree for a while. It took me years after my dad died. Eventually it became "wish I could tell him," and now its "oh, he'd like that." Angie really will always be right there in your heart and in your head. Over time it just gets easier.
And, if like me you come from a family that laughs at everthing, it also gets funnier. We laughed through my father's terminal illness and through his funeral arrangements. There were plenty of tears, but lots of laughter and we're still laughing about the things he did or what he'd do, say, or think.
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