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Monday, June 13, 2022

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Kristin

I am glad that you and your family were able to spend time together remembering and honoring your sister in such a meaningful way.

Barbara H.

It sounds like it was a wonderful way to celebrate Meg's life and to enrich your own - we never know how long we have. Losses are painful but reminders to assess what is important for us in our own live.

Susie at pbmGarden

I'm sorry you've lost your sister, Linda, a bittersweet journey indeed. Peace to you.

Kris P

As memorials go, Linda, I can't imagine a better one than that you just described. With condolences on your loss, may you continue to be visited by memories that offer support and comfort when you most need them.

danger garden

It sounds like a lovely celebration of your sister. We'll be doing similar for my dad soon. You've helped me to rethink how we're approaching the trip back home. Andrew wanted to stop on the way to do a little fishing and I was resisting it, but perhaps a meandering route will be a good way to continue to think of him and all that he gave me—rather than just rushing back to Portland to resume "normal life".

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