Melissa and I went to probably a half-dozen Counting Crows concerts in the Detroit area and one in Grand Rapids. I'm not sure which song of theirs was her favorite, so I just picked one. It's a live version from Muskegon, which isn't one we went to, but pretty close.
I'm not sure when the last time we went to a Crows show was: 2013? 2012? Something like that. Then we both got laid off and she got sick and there just wasn't any more time. Whenever a Crows song comes on my MP3 player it's kind of sad to think we'll never be able to go to another show again.
Here's another song that struck a chord with me because it's about waiting in a hospital as a loved one passes away. It was similar to what I experienced, only we were in the Toni & Trish House hospice in Auburn. The line that really sticks out for me is "Love is watching someone die." What that means is when you really care about someone, you're there through the good times and the bad--and the worst when they're on their deathbed.
I miss Melissa every day and I'm sure I always will.😢😢😢😢