You catch yourself. Something like, “Oh, I wonder what Mary’s going to think about this?” [shakes head] And you’re like, oh.
It’s like, you know those big pink erasers you had in elementary school? It’s just like someone went [brushes his hand across the air] and just erased her.
Bill Sherlock, widow of Sandy Hook victim Mary Sherlock, describing life without his wife on CBS Sunday Morning.
My heart crumbled when I saw him wash the air with his hand like his wife was dust on a mirror. I can’t even begin to imagine.