Husband shares wife's foul-mouthed and tear-jerking note after she passed away

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Heather McManamy, a wife and mother form Wisconsin, passed away this week at age 36 from breast cancer after battling the disease for 2 years.

One of her last requests was that her husband, Jeff McManamy, share a letter she wrote to friends and family. It is, of course, heartbreaking. But more importantly, it's also funny, smart, and absolutely littered with curse words.

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Since Jeff posted the letter on December 15, is has gotten over 3,600 shares and 12,700 likes. Probably because reading it makes you wish you could've been friends with Heather McManamy in her lifetime.

Read it in it's entirety and, if you don't lose your ability to see from all the crying you're about to do, we'll see you on the other side.

Hello all,I am posting this on behalf of the love of my life. These are her words. Much love to all. - Jeff...

Posted by Heather McManamy on Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Talk about a tear-jerker. There are no doubts that Heather was a courageous, beautiful, smart, and loving woman, who will be dearly missed by everyone lucky enough to have known her.

Rest in peace.


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