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YOU COMFORT ME

My mother might have died, but for a short while she came back to life again in my memories and heart. I have a lot of pictures to share here, old ones and new ones. I love how pictures can tell a story just like words can. Continue reading

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SUSAN’S MEMORIAL – PART 2

As I prepared myself to sing at the memorial, I hoped Susan could hear me. Continue reading

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SUSAN’S MEMORIAL – PART 1

I realize how blessed I was to know such an incredible woman. But sadly, I wish I had appreciated her more while she was still alive. I might be smiling on the outside, but inside I was crying. Continue reading

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REMEMBERING SUSAN – PART 4

When my good friend Susan died in late December, I was shocked. After her death, I went back to read all the messages she wrote me over the last five years. Continue reading

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REMEMBERING SUSAN – PART 3

In two days it will be the 4th anniversary of my blog. I celebrate four amazing years where my life completely turned around! Continue reading

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REMEMBERING SUSAN – PART 2

Susan’s messages tell my story in a beautiful way and I will never forget her wisdom and love. Continue reading

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REMEMBERING SUSAN – PART 1

I will be playing a song with my guitar to honor Susan at the memorial service. It’s going to be hard for me to sing without crying. Continue reading

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MY MOTHER, MY SONG

In Hebrew, my mother’s name Shirley means my song. My mother was an exquisite song in my life. She is a magnificent melody that I will continue humming until the day I die.
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ONE DAY, YOUR PAIN WILL GO AWAY – PART 2

I was so relieved that my mother’s suffering was finally over. Music was God’s gift to lift me up. Today, God was with my mother and me. Continue reading

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ONE DAY, YOUR PAIN WILL GO AWAY – PART 1

I had prayed my mother would die in her sleep. This was the same horror show I saw when my father died. Why, why, why? Why does a person have to suffer dying when there are such humane alternatives? Continue reading

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