Faye Arnold explains why she still cries when she talks about her husband's death.
Brady Dennis: Sorry to put you through all that.

Faye Arnold: Oh, no. Listen, in a way it's a catharsis. 'Cause I bottle a lot of that inside. The thing is, I had been more ... Listen, don't feel sorry. I had -- we had -- something. We knew it. We told each other that. When you have something ... everything has a beginning and an end.

I would rather have what he and I had, what we had together, than to have a mediocre life, because even a mediocre life is going to come to an end. But I'd rather have what we had. I just would have liked more of it.