Join our family today to remember the great times we had with my dear twin sister, Tracy Frank. I’m torn between thinking that one year ago was yesterday, or many moons ago. It’s an odd feeling. For me, Tracy’s right here on my right shoulder every day, talking to me. Laughing, boasting about Milo, concerned for everybody’s health and well-being, and coaching me through my own cancer-crushing challenges.
She doesn’t want us to grieve for her, yet to remember her legacy. How she truly changed lives for the Parkinson’s disease clients she helped; how she raised a remarkable young man, Milo; how she was always helping our family before helping herself; and how she cherished her friends.
On this anniversary of Tracy’s passing, I believe she would want us to pause and remember some of her favorite recommendations: complain less, count your blessings every day, don’t take your health for granted, avoid the “shoulds,” and do what you believe is the right thing to do.
Today, our family remembers and appreciates the huge outpouring of love and support we all received a year ago.
Love and hugs to all,