Jacqueline, my dear grandmother, I cherished you so much. I loved your smell, the softness of your powdered arms, your kindness, your generosity, your wit, and again your so comforting softness. I missed you for years, since your mind started slipping away slowy until there was nothing left of it but humble crumbs. From now on, I’ll miss you for good, for real. I hope you’re now living with grandfather Jos in this paradise in which you believed so hard and that you deserve more than anyone.