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December 16, 2012

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Jack Shifflett

Ann--that is so well done, so personal and direct and honest and open. You managed to transcend the grief of the moment and the pain of your own memories in order to remind your flock that there is hope (or God, if you prefer), and that light shines in every darkness, even the ones we humans bring on ourselves. Thanks for posting this...

Cynthia Freels

Love you and miss you

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