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January 27, 2017


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My condolences, Mark. How appropriate the poem! If your mom was like mine, someone on that far shore will be enjoying a laugh, and some fine cooking!

I'm sorry for your loss Mark. Sounds like your Mum was very special. That was a beautiful poem I'd never heard before, and was unprepared for the surprise ending. I might like to borrow that for my own eulogy if that's ok. Thanks for sharing it with us. Hope you feel better soon!

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