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May 25, 2010

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barbara

Beautiful writing Cath. Michele sounds charming.I'd have liked her.

cath

Oh Barbara, you would have loved her - and she you! I'm sad when we lose people like her too early...but so grateful for the memories we have.

JC

What a lovely tribute! I also love and agree with your response to Barbara.

emiglia

Such a sweet story... and a beautiful way to tell it. Would you be willing to share her ratatouille recipe?

Tanna

Beautiful!
One thing I have learned is never judge grief behavior. Humans grieve and we each do it in our heart of hearts expressed in our own special way. Sometimes it may seem very strange but normal can be most anything.
I've always been embarrassed that I screamed at my sis-in-law over the phone when she told me her husband had been killed ... but it was my heart reacting, it was honest, it was me.
Memories then become so important.

Ivonne

The first one is always the most special! Beautiful post!

SallyBR

Beautiful... just beautiful!

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