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January 23, 2010


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Hi Stephanie,

Wow - an aunt to thirty-eight? You've gotta' be a busy woman!

Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. I'm glad my experience helped you out, and appreciate your awesome feedback about my blog.

Look forward to seeing you around the blogosphere.


Hi Marla-
I realize this was posted back in January but two things-wait three.
First, thank you for being so honest. I struggle some days to get my own blog posts written. Often it is b/c something significant is distracting me. I appreciated your honesty. It felt like I got my permission slip signed to take the break when I need it.
Secondly, this might have been the single most helpful writer's advice post I've come across.
Third, I am an aunt to thirty eight nieces and nephews and write as the grief and loss expert on SavvyAuntie.com. While I don't like to even think about leaving them, I was touched that you took the time to mourn her.
All the best Marla.

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