“My grandfather brought this over from the old country. He passed it on to my father, who passed it on to me. I pawned it to pay for a night of drinking I no longer remember.
My late wife did… Josephine, Maggie’s mother. She gave it back years later when I sobered up. She was a good woman, my Jo. Maggie’s a lot like her.
“ Hershel Greene
[…] and I wanted you here because you’re alone. Probably for the first time in your life. And because you’re stronger than you think you are, which gives me hope that maybe I can be, too. - Denise Cloyd
There’s so many times we haven’t been able to do anything to change what was happening. What was happening to us. W e w i s h e d w e c o u l d , but we couldn’t. This time, I can. I know I can. So I have to.
Dad, you don’t have to fight anymore. If you’re worried about me and and Beth don’t, don’t worry about us. We’ll take care of each other, we’ll look out. Me and Bethy and Glenn we’ll look out. Go ahead Dad, it’s okay. Be peaceful. You don’t have to fight. If it’s time to go it’s okay. I just want to thank you, for everything, t h a n k y o u. Maggie Greene dynamics: Hershel Greene