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18 August 2022

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How precious are your words and all you share.
Thank you
Love Jeanne

This is so heartwarming. Thank you for sharing.

Very sweet. I remember when my very young son first understood that people don't live forever. It was such a profound realization and it made him (and me) very sad.

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This made me cry. So sweet.

What a tender heart Gabriel has, indeed. And your sweet telling of the “here after” is such a wonderful thing for him to embrace in the future.

Oh, such sweet tenderness and love. It touches my heart...

Awe such a sweet exchange. Was all of this in English or French?

Texas, I spoke in English, and Gabriel spoke mostly in French.

What a deep conversation.
I am so glad he has you to share these stories.

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