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Heartfelt Thanks

November 3, 2011

Just a short post to say thankyou to all of my friends for thinking of me yesterday, as I was thinking about Craig. I have heard from so many people that it will be difficult to contact them all. From my Facebook and Twitter friends, to my fitness friends and Genealogy friends.   Not to mention some members of my family, who I’m sure miss Craig as much as I do.

Yesterday was a day of reflection and thanks that I was able to have Craig in my life for eighteen years. I am so grateful for that.

I don’t want anyone to worry about me at all, as I’m really well, and generally cope well with the gap that is now in my life since losing Craig. I have my health, as do my family and for that I am truly grateful.

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