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March 31, 2007



Thank you for this lovely post.


Oh, my. That is...beautiful. And wrenching. Thank you.

fully operational battle station

This post gave me chills. What an amazing experience that I'm sure you will remember forever. I hope you continue to tell the story and pass it on for generations.

I often think about World War II soldiers and their families. As I was going through my husband's deployment to Iraq for 1 year and 7 months, even as I was going through it I felt it paled in comparison to the hardships that our previous generations went through. It just doesn't even compare.

What an amazing family! And I am so jealous that you got to spend 6 months living in England. The hubs spent 2 years in England during our Mormon days serving a mission. He adores the English people, their humor, their polite demeanor and resiliency. He promises to take me back there and I swear it couldn't be soon enough. I have always wanted to go but I'm afraid I will never want to leave once I'm there.

Thanks for the post, it's one of the best I've read since starting my blogging endevours.


alexandra/Infertile Gourmet

This hit me on so many levels that I cannot even explain....thank you.

Julie at Take a Picture...It Lasts Longer

This post has hit almost the hardest of any I have read. How amazing, how moving. I wish A success with his father's journals.


I still have the tears running down my face. Beatuiful!


These stories made me cry like a baby.

What an amazing life M had: he and his wife were like angels.


Wow. Thank you for writing this. I have tears rolling down my face.


I don't even have the words. Thank you for sharing this.


That is one of the most amazing stories I've heard in a long long time. Thank you so much for posting this.


What a wonderful man and family. Thank you for sharing.


Thank you for sharing this story.


That is such an amazing story...and another powerful testament on how our adopted children are selected for us by a higher power just as our biological children are.

Sister Carrie

Oh my, what a story. It gave me goosebumps and tears at the same time. It really does capture the spirit of adoption.


Tears streaming down my face. Thank you for the beautiful story.


That is an amazing story. Thanks for telling it.


What an amazing read... thank you...

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