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Sue

I am sorry to hear your loved one has moved on. It can leave a gap.
I am older and I have seen death both quick and long suffering. I used to think someone who died with no warning wasn't really fair. Now I think someone having to linger and suffer is the worst.

None of us are getting out alive for sure.
We have to live enjoying each day.

*clink*
Here's to you and your Mum!

Jenny

BG,

Lovely that you and mom are out together; it makes me hope for future togetherness with my outlaw.

Thank you for your beautiful comments; I guess I don't see it as depth as much as the realism of approaching life that comes from the *before and after* of losing someone close. It really changes the thought process and growth......I think for the better.

I absolutely love Sue's final comments above!

*Clink* to you and all!!

By the way BG, you're the absolute truth to me too.

Love you,
Seedy

blue girl

*Clink* to Sue and Seedy! And all you lurkers out there.

Seedy, lol @ future togetherness with your "outlaw." :)

xoxoxoxo

I could use some *near* future togetherness in Georgetown.

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