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March 06, 2012

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Bill Kleine

My oldest son John was born 26 years ago on this past Monday. My wife and I always take this day off as a holiday and hold a dinner for his "twin" cousin -they were as close as two can be and born the same day- and his grandparents. We always eat his favorites and tell stories and laugh and cry. It was a very good day. You are very right, memory is a soothing libation.

Jan Baird Hasak

In the grieving process, love does appear to continue in a new form. I cherish the concept that my words and actions can craft the legacy of the departed. It puts my future choices into a new perspective.

Anonymous

Wendy:

Thank you for this series of posts - maybe it will result in another book.

Wendy S. Harpham, MD

Bill: Your family has chosen a beautiful way to celebrate, continuing the annual tradition of making it a happy birth day.

Jan: Thanks for letting me know the post nurtures your ability to grieve in healing ways.

With hope, Wendy

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