"We've been deprived of her companionship, and that's huge. There's such a larger void with two years gone by," Karen Giddings said. "We just take it day by day, and when you get down to it, try to remember what a spectacular life she had and how blessed we were to have her for as long as we did. But when you let your mind go to that darker place, it's harder because so much time has passed. You feel that you'll forget what she looked like, or you think about what she would look like now or what she would be doing with her life. You miss her even more."