‘A Special Sister.’: Man Pens Touching Tribute To Late Sister With Cerebral Palsy And Now We’re Sobbing

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Losing anyone you love is devastating, but it can be especially hard if they are a beloved sibling.

Erik Sydow shared precious memories of his sister with special needs in her obituary in the Los Angeles Times. Without many words, Erik painted a sweet picture of Karen’s life and favorite things.

the life of a sister on left as a girl and the right as a woman
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a brother's letter to his late sister
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Though this was undoubtedly hard for him to write, we’re grateful Erik shared this endearing window into Karen’s life. His words remind us to cherish the time we have with our own loved ones.

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