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September 4th, 2012

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

On September 4th, 2011 my beloved brother, Ralph, passed away.

As you can imagine from my last blog...I am still in mourning.

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  • ROEBUNCH
    I love you and am praying for peace emoticon emoticon
    2260 days ago
  • NANT406
    I know the pain of losing a brother. You and you're family are in my prayers.
    2262 days ago
  • SNOOKUMS19
    I am so sorry my friend. I remember that first blog after his passing last year. You are a strong beautiful woman that I know your brother is so proud of. Keep sparking my friend. We will be here for you! emoticon emoticon
    2262 days ago
  • RJFERRARO315
    Thinking of you & I hope you find something in tomorrow that will bring happiness or smile to your face.

    Hang in there,

    Rebecca

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    2263 days ago
  • GOLFCHICK2-0
    The fact that you still mourn is a sign of how loved Ralph was. Think of your brother and how much he'd like to see you succeed, to be happy, to be able to enjoy your health.
    Be well and find peace in the memories of better days.
    2263 days ago
  • TOOTHFUL99
    So sorry to hear you're feeling sad. I, too, was thinking about a loved one yesterday. My father passed away on September 4, 2009.

    Having lost a brother at the age of 49, and then losing my father at the age of 79, I can honestly say that losing an older relative is easier. I still miss him, but it was expected. Young people aren't supposed to die.

    My thoughts are with you. Hang in there, Girl!
    2263 days ago
  • LALEEBEEN
    I agree, he was very lucky to have someone who loved him so much. Please take care.


    2264 days ago
  • BOBINVA
    The wound is still fresh and birthdays and death anniversaries will always be sorrowful.
    He was lucky to have someone hold him so dear.
    2264 days ago
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