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22 November 2020


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Corey truly is our amazing connection and especially during these dark covid times
she is a shining bright star to us all.
I enjoyed your posting so very much.
Blessings for us all.
Again Corey thank you for your love for so many around the world.

Such a beautiful post! I read each of these and I am amazed at how lovely and interesting the men and women who 'gather' here have been. Isn't it sweet that your father, Corey, and you are all connected together through a small meaningful gesture! Thank you, this brightened my morning!

Your post is touching and beautiful, Gina. I loved hearing about your special and lovely connection with Corey. Thank you.💕

Great post! Thanks for sharing about your life, your dad, your connection with Corey.
All the best from Zurich!

Wonderful post. Lovely writing and photographs. You brought up my memory of what brought me to Corey's blog. I think I came upon a photo of a burley workman's hand holding a delicate tea cup and followed it to Tongue in Cheek. And since then I've visited daily. She's dared to share her stories online but it seems that she attracts kind and loving people to her site. Like you! and the other guest bloggers.

Such a lovely post

This is a beautifully written tribute to Corey and your life too. Thank you.

Brilliant post thank you it also sums up my connection also a random google search in 2007.

I think your story is very touching. ☺
I' d been reading various blogs about country living and somehow came to Corey's blog, and I liked her way of writing and thought she must be fun.So if it hadn't been for the internet, I would never have met Corey ! When she wrote about her plans to go on a motorbike tour through Austria, I sent her an email inviting her and Yann to come and stay with us. To my biggest surprise, she wrote back the same day and said YES! Just imagine how lucky I felt. Our husbands turned out to be brothers in spirit, and together they went on a very long motorbike tour the year after to the North Cape...it had been both their dream for a long time.I miss seeing them...

A touching essay, with an especially sweet connection to our friend.

Enjoyed your post. Wish we could have a Q&A after each post as i always want more. Thank you.

That totally describes Corey. Thanks for sharing your special connection and story of the medal sent to your father.

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