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17 February 2013

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sandy lawrence

A heart-touching post of many layers of loss and one of hope and great beauty, too. It speaks to a steadfastness, a continuity of life and devotion from one generation to another. I think you honored your Mother's birthday in a most fitting way and I'm sure she would smile at the promise of yet more life in the garden. Thank you and best wishes to you and your Dad.

Jenny

I wish I could visit my mother's grave. But there is none nor for my father. Both were cremated far away in England. When I go back I visit the memorial garden where so many ashes have been scattered. It is a sad time. I love your idea of planting bulbs. I have a rose planted in her memory in my garden here. Such a sad time for you now with your father.

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

What a great tribute Pam. I know you miss her so much, as does your dad. My dad died 21 years ago this week, at 62. Just isn't fair to lose them so young.

Les

I hope you were able to stay sufficiently busy. I have not been forced to cross that bridge yet.

3Dsound

That's a beautiful photo and post.

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