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12 July 2020

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Has this not been such an intense time. As if light is shining into the darkest of places. In a world that appears to be going mad I have to believe that when it is all said and done love will be victorious.
Corey, it’s wonderful you sharing part of your journey out into cyber space. Even though we have been to France 3x; once we rented your friends place in Cotignac, we have never met. I know more about you than you know of me.
Home. I’m amazed you don’t have cracks all over. Home with your birth family yet separated from your home with those dear ones. Someone recently brought up that picture of how one sees the glass half full or half empty and I thought at this time in my life I see it full and not just full but overflowing full. But sometimes cracks do come but we do what we have to and get back to the full and overflowing. I think you are especially good at that.
So happy you are back home and aren’t you blessed to have more than one. Don’t have to tell you to take in every second of the reunion and the joy of being with that grandson again. Thankful and joyful a good way to roll.😎👍

This. It's so simple and yet (seemingly) so far away from our reality. Thank you for sharing it, tho' it breaks my heart. xoxo

Thank you for sharing this poem. The poem certainly expresses the loneliness and connectedness of the earth and every creature that lives on it.

On another note, wishing you, your family, and France a Happy Bastille Day - one day early!

Welcome home❤️

Welcome home - now take a few days off to celebrate your reunion with all of your family.

How very very beautiful 🌱✨Thank you for sharing.

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