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October 27, 2011


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Busy Bee Suz

Oh.My.Gosh. That is beautiful. **tear tear**
What a lovely tribute to a special man...surely he would be thrilled to know he had that kind of impact on someone. He sounds like a very special person; unique.
Beautifully written; the nut doesn't fall far from the tree.

Karen (formerly kcinnova)

Oh, I'm glad she wrote this, glad you were able to share it with OMomK, and glad that SB was willing to share it with us.
Sharing memories is just another way to keep them alive.


Beautiful and very touching. Hard to believe it was written by someone so young.

green girl in wisconsin

What a man, what an impact. What a loss.


What a beautiful tribute for an amazing man. Your daughter is pretty amazing herself.

Aunt Snow

This is lovely. She honors his life with her words.


Lucky to have known such a man, even luckier to have raised such a daughter.


She is talented, to be so in touch with her feelings and to put them to paper in such an authentic way--really lovely.

Deb D

SB is a gifted writer. She made the images so real for me. What a lovely and moving tribute. Well done.

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