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20 November 2021


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Loves you, warts and all.

No matter how much time passes, you just pick up right where you left off.
Great friends are a true blessing in life.
Love and hugs

And shares beautiful blog postings daily, and forever keeps you in her heart, her thoughts and her prayers.
I love you precious friend

Finds your personality quirks amusing and doesn’t criticize you for them

After reading the amazing story below the friend message about the jewish people being transported to Auschwitz all I can add is that you should always keep your friends close and hold warm thoughts for them through every thing you go through together, good, bad or otherwise...what an startling story and the list is pretty much perfect as well, as are you all, the readers and writers I have come to know through Corey and her extraordinary blog! xx Jennie, NZ

Yes!! So perfectly stated. Sometimes it is hard to find a friend like that.

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