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  • #111980
    sherry-lenox
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    My thoughts are with Beth, as I have walked more than once in her shoes. The harp came to me at a time of loss and sorrow, and has been a source of solace in the time since, so my hope is that her music will help her as mine has me.

    #111981
    unknown-user
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    Please pass on my condolences to Beth. There is nothing harder than losing a child and not having your husband near by.

    And really, what she said was not that bad…. I think everyone over reacted and I must admit that I was more uncomfortable with the moralistic tirade that ensued than her slightly crabby comments.

    Please do pass on my

    #111982
    rod-c
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    Wanda:

    Thank you for posting. As one who responded tersely to Beth’s post, I now understand what may have motivated her comments. Still, I believe that our own personal tragedies (and we’ve all had them), do not give us license to lash out at totally innocent people. I wish Beth well in this terribly painful time.

    Best regards,

    Rod C.

    #111983
    Cheryl Z.
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    What Beth said wasn’t that bad?

    #111984
    brook-boddie
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    Maybe it’s just me, but there’s something a little fishy about the posts by Beth and Wanda.

    #111985
    catherine-rogers
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    Maybe it’s time to abandon this thread. The original question has been sufficiently answered.

    #111986
    sherry-lenox
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    Second.

    #111987
    Charles
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    “Good Greif Charlie Brown, Let it go.”

    “Ok I have.”

    Thanks for all the advice and support I’ll pose another thought provoking question with it comes to me but right now I need to get back into

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