I hope you’re having a beautiful day. ♡
Here’s another light-filled ¤ Gem ¤
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“Grief changes shape, but it never ends. People have a misconception that you can deal with it and say, ‘It’s gone, and I’m better.’ They’re wrong. When the people you love are gone, you’re alone. I miss being a part of their lives and them being a part of mine. I wonder what the present would be like if they were here — what we might have done together. I miss all the great things that will never be.”
Brice’s “I Drive Your Truck” may move you to tears. It isn’t just a song about a truck — it’s a song about the narrator driving a truck owned by his brother … and his brother died in action in the Army. In the song, Brice sings about how he copes with the pain of losing a loved one: “I drive your truck / I roll every window down / And I burn up / Every back road in this town / I find a field, I tear it up / ‘Til all the pain’s a cloud of dust / Yeah, sometimes I drive your truck.”