After more than two years of mourning my husband’s passing, I decided to gather all of the poems I had written about him from before and after he passed away. When I discussed this with my family, we all agreed this should be a memorial to him. So I have picked all the poems I wrote about our meeting, our marriage, our children, his illness and finally the bulk of them I wrote after he was gone. While he was alive, we had this joke that I would probably forget him when he was no longer here because of my poor memory. That is why I have titled the book, You’ll Probably Forget Me: Living With and Without Hal.