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Monday, November 22, 2010

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Monika Wright

Oh, Amy. I don't think we ever appreciate things, and life, as much as when are faced with death. If you are a hugger, I send you a big hug to just wrap you in comfort, if you're not, then I send a kind word. You will be in my prayers either way.

karen

i am so sorry for your loss Amy. thank you for your wise words. in a very different context, it's exactly what i needed to hear (read) today.

Becky

Sending lots of hugs your families way. I am glad you had that moment with Kent and Haley. Love you all very much.

Janssen

I am so sorry to hear that. Death is never easy.

Laurie

My thoughts are with you and your family.

Melissa Grogan

Oh Amy.. you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I am happy that you were able to have a moment to say goodbye. I think that you are wiser than you know.

Jamie

Thank you for sharing your insight. I echo many thoughts already expressed. If you need anything, please call me. babysitting. chocolate. love you.

elizabeth

Amy, it is clear through all you've written about him how much you love/d him. You've proven over and over that words really are a gift to give.

Lucy

I'm sorry for your loss. I appreciate your sentiment at the end.

Mimi

I'm so sorry, may his Memory be Eternal.

Colleen

I'm so sorry for your loss, but the realization you've come to is profound and lasting. A wonderful tribute to someone who seems to have touched many. Thanks for the reminder in your time of grief...

Margie

I'm very touched by your post today. I can't help but think about my own father's passing when I was 20. That same lesson remains with me today more than 20 years later. I don't always live up to the lesson but it is constantly in the back of my mind pushing me. You only get this one life. ONE. Blessings to you and your family. Peace and comfort be with you.

Maureen

Beautiful post, so sorry for your loss.

Kim

It's impossible to know how a death will affect you. You hope it will affect you, make you stop and think, see what it around you in a new light. I am hearing more and more stories about being able to say good-bye, being able to celebrate life and relationships. Your story is an encouraging one, it is real life.

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