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Love, Communicate & Celebrate

Love, Communicate & Celebrate

I’m 46 years old and I haven’t yet experienced the death of a loved one. As I age, I know that I am getting closer to having this experience. It makes me realize the importance of living well and appreciating who are closest to me. I feel […]

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I still miss you

I still miss you

My dearest, I still miss you. So many happy memories to keep me going. Your time at the hospice was so special, that first day I took you there (very hard for me) you relaxed. The staff were so kind, the place such a comfort. Love to […]

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Your death was too soon

Your death was too soon

Didn’t get to say goodbye to you Dad – your death was too soon & unexpected. Mum wants to join you and I’m trying (only child) to support her guest – but how? Her journey is prolonged and she is so aware & does not wish to […]

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The 2 greatest gifts

The 2 greatest gifts

The 2 greatest gifts… being present at a birth and being present at someone’s death. Both are truly an honour.

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I did the best I could

I did the best I could

I wish I had loved my husband more. I did the best I could. I still talk to him every night and tell him that I loved him. He doesn’t answer me back!

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What a blessing

What a blessing

What a blessing this will be for my family & all the people in Burlington. My own life was enriched ten years ago by your support. May you be blessed in all you are doing.

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I am the remaining one

I am the remaining one

My dear family – Mom, Dad, Brothers Michael and Harold. I am the remaining one. Miss each of you even though i know you’re in a better place. Wish I could have done more. With love –

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