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Oh, Kim - I am so sorry to read this. I hope you share this with his family - while I understand what you mean about the inside/outside thing, all I could think while reading this was that you WERE/ARE on the inside if you learned this much from him. Sending you hugs and pink light.


Very sorry to hear of your friends passing. I had a similar situation occur last summer so I know how you're feeling. It sounds like JC made a difference while he was here.


I'm so sorry for your loss. I hope your days only get brighter.
((((hugs HUGS hugs))))


I'm so sorry. =( Why does it seem like all the really amazing people pass away when they're still so young...


Kim! ((Hugs!!)) I know you can use a few right now! Please take care!

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Isn't it astonishing to be awakend by our pain to how much someone or something meant to us. Your vow to live deeply, and express what people mean to you will serve you well and carry you through this and other challenges. Pink light from here, too.


It's so difficult for those of us on the outside of this to know what to say, especially since we only know you through your blog.

My deepest sympathy to you & his family. I hate how someone's death has to remind us how precious life is & to live each moment as if it is our last.



I'm so, so sorry. I'm more familiar with grief than I ever thought I'd be. It's always hard when it's someone so young, vibrant and GOOD that's taken. Hugs to you.

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