Hello all! I'm brand new here, but figured this might be a good place to receive some guidance with my orchid. A little background: my wife's mother passed away unexpectedly last year after a brief illness, and when we went to gather her things in her room, we found an orchid that had been given to her during her stay in the care facility. We took it home, and, in an attempt to preserve something that reminded my wife of her mom, I started taking care of it. I don't exactly have a green thumb and it has had an occasional issue (broken leaf, accidentally snapped aerial root, etc., but we got 9 blooms this year starting in May that just fell off a day or two ago, and it just grew a big new leaf. Overall it appears on the surface to be relatively healthy. I know it needs to be repotted and to have some of the dead roots trimmed away, and I've purchased all the materials needed and watched countless YouTube videos about what to do, so hopefully that will happen in the next week or so. What I'm really wondering about is the following: I know nothing lives forever, and I would really love to propagate this orchid so that my wife can always feel like her mother has a little bit of presence in the home. It is very very important to me that this orchid stays healthy when doing this, however. What should I do, and how do I go about this? Also, would somebody confirm that what we're caring for a phalenopsis orchid? It was not labeled, and probably purchased at a local grocery store. Thank you all for any help you can offer!