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Grew up in Delaware, live in New England (lost the Delaware accent), love good music, need to lose 30 pounds, not doing too well at it.
Grew up in Delaware, live in New England (lost the Delaware accent), love good music, need to lose 30 pounds, not doing too well at it.




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ESHTEMOA
11/22/2013 11:07:14 AM

Thanks for your compliments about my granddaughters.
Hope you are doing well?
Stay Blessed!
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DJ4HEALTH
10/17/2013 8:59:35 PM

Now I see why you call yourself collieflower!! very pretty dogs.



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ESHTEMOA
10/1/2012 11:06:23 AM

Thanks for adding me amongst your friends greatly appreciated.
Stay Blessed!
Roz.



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PAWKETS
2/17/2011 12:15:49 PM

Thank you for your support
Moving on is is a difficult journey
my spark friends are helping along
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CORKYTHEMOM
9/17/2010 12:50:25 PM

In the previous months, I have noticed a steady increase in the heartfelt losses of beloved ones. Not only within our wonderful group, but also in the other groups I'm a member of and from reading lots of blogs and posts written from the members of this website. I may not post ofen, however, I do check in daily while huddling. During my daily service work, I have found that my calling will always be for those that are grieving. My wishes will always be that I can comfort others as they suffer the feelings of emptiness and heartache that we all have experienced. I found a poem that I would like to pass on to you. I hope it will give you a sense of inner peace that our beloved ones and us are forever connected with an invisible string running through from their eternal hearts to our earthly hearts.

I'm Gone now, but I'm still very near.
Death can never separate us.
Each time you feel a gentle breeze,
It's my hand caressing your face.
Each time the wind blows,
It carries my voice whispering your name.
When the wind blows your hair ever so slightly,
Think of it as me pushing a few stray hairs back in place.
When you feel a few raindrops fall on your face,
It's me placing soft kisses.
At night look up in the sky and see the stars shining so brightly.
I'm one of those stars and I'm winking at you and smiling with delight.
For never forget you're the apple of my eye.

--- Mary M. Green ---

"Tears are the silent language of grief." Always remember, I am right by your side, embracing you in healing thoughts, comforting hugs and caring friendship. Sending love and hugs from my home to yours. TOGETHER, WE CAN SUSTAIN GRIEF One Day At A Time! It's a wonderful feeling to know that we're never alone throughout our many stages of grief. Have a beautiful and blessed weekend.

~ Monika ~ emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon



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