The Guardian:

‘When I came back, I was stronger. But what really saved me was writing to Hunter. I still do that every day. That helps a lot. I keep up a connection with him. It’s like a portal to him in my own mind.’ Has he left her well provided for? ‘He’s the best husband you can possibly imagine. I’m secure in terms of having a home, and I’ll be working for Hunter for the rest of my life [she is helping to edit a third volume of his letters, though at present reading them is still too painful]. But not in terms of money. There isn’t much money, though people think there is. But I’ve always known that because I worked for Hunter.’

Guardian: A lonely legacy

Interesting tidbit from the article: John Kerry attended the memorial service.