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January 27, 2010


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Jill Wignall

This is such a lovely post. It brought tears to my eyes, those last words 'the ache in my heart is lessening'. I'm enjoying your posts every day and you are bringing me inspiration. I have recently been thinking how I can be more positive and take time time to reflect on the small things in life, thanks to you. x

Lovely World

This touches my heart. Elke's journey is so universal. When my dad was dying of lung cancer, I kept a journal. I am very glad that I have it to look back on because it is rich in detail about him and my reflections. I also think I was able to work out a lot of my feelings as I went along, which helps with coping and grief.


Thank you for sharing Elke's story.


margie, my heart just caught in my throat...i think i have been away too long. i am going back to read now...


Elke's treasures are beautiful. I like how each parcel is a little piece of the life of the thoughtful sender. I guess each opening is a surprise and a wonderment !


What a wonderful exchange of inspiration. I will look forward to learning more about Elke and her story too.

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This is a nice post..You have arranged so well those things in that little box.Its also good to know about Elke's story..Thank you.


oh margie........
thank you for this. such beautiful words. you are a treasure.
i'm so glad to see the little sand dollar made it in one piece!!
hugs to you.

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