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Tuesday, 16 December 2014

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TheRustGeek

Powerful lesson about the memories we make with out friends and loved ones, one that I learned for myself through a season of loss.. Yours have clearly made you stronger and better... Thanks for sharing...

fo4

Do you miss him or is it the realization that your young life, full of aspirations, is permanently changed (by the finality of his passing)?

Jessica McCurdy Crooks

WOW! I loved reading this. The emotions were real. The power of forgiveness is real. Thank you for sharing.

Toin

Sigh. Death has a way of putting things in perspective

Elaine

What a deep, emotional post. It had me weeping and I'm not sure why because the message is uplifting, sweet, and inspirational. Merry Christmas to you.

Porcelain Lotus

I love this perspective. If only we all could see the past this way.

Tammy

A very nice read, Kitten. Wishing you a Merry Christmas!

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