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April 29, 2012

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lanes

It sounds like a wonderful, restorative evening! So glad it came at the right time.

gary rith

(((((((hugs)))))

falnfenix

sang the song in my head as i read the lyrics. it's one of those things that just sticks with you, i think.

glad you had a great evening. :)

Smalltown Me

"while listening to the sound of your daughters' raucous laughter spilling from the house" -- PRICELESS.

Jen on the Edge

It sounds like it was a wonderful evening.

I sincerely hope this week is much better for you all.

Green Girl in Wisconsin

What a great thing to have that dinner. I bet everyone was glad for your effort!

Karen (formerly kcinnova)

I am so sorry you (and SB) had such a terrible week -- and so glad that there was at least a few golden hours spent with people who have shared your journey.
{{{HUGS}}}

Mrs. G.

You do rock the follow through. I'm glad it was a good night and I hope many more follow.

Jenrantsraves

I'm guessing some of the new friendships will be lasting ones. You rock for being the follow through type of person. Glad this week is better.

Brightside-Susan

You have such a wonderful gift for bringing people together. You all deserved your special night.

Denise

It sounds like a lovely evening. You have clearly illustrated that it is possible, and healthy, to have fun even in the midst of a difficult time. I am sure your beautiful smile was the perfect greeting for each family.

Busy Bee Suz

Oh, this sounds just wonderful for all involved. I love how your husband always steps up to the plate! (no pun intended)
I imagine that your home was a welcome respite to SB's new circle of friends....and lets just hope that hell week never happens again.
xo

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RIP Jon Lord. "Made In Japan" remains one of the greatest live albums ever, and his keyboard work was key to their sound.

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