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December 10, 2009

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Sharla

Lost my mom two Christmases ago. I can relate to this story so well. What a great reminder. Thank you.

Lisa

Wiping tears from my eyes as I type this. So touching and a wonderful reminder.

Margot

I seldom sit in front of my computer and cry but this post was so moving and so beautifully written. Now I have to read her books.

Rachael Herron

I am an absolute grinch about most Christmas things, but this moved me to tears. Thank you for this.

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