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December 19, 2012


Peggy Blanchard

Praying for you in this season of short daylight--and reminding you that the days will slowly begin to lengthen in only two more days.
I can barely imagine the agony of the loss of a child--there was only the glimpse of loss at Sandy Hook, where my girls started elementary school long ago. But you have my full sympathy as one who lost a mother as an infant, when given up for adoption, and then again when my adoptive mom receded into Alzheimer's, and again when she finally died.
I don't have any answers or magic pills, but I would be happy to come and sit with you, if you don't mind waiting until after Christmas. It would be nice to be with another mother.

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