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May 13, 2012


Thinking of you, dear Beth.

Beautiful, Beth.

I'll be meeting my mother in exactly a week, after one year. Your post made me realize what a long year it's been.


I am lucky enough to be with mine today, and have just been looking at her new weaving and what's on the 4-harness loom. 83, going strong.

My dear Beth, I completely identify with those feelings and this beautiful image. Big hugs.

It will be twelve years in August since ma Maman departed and I miss her all the time. Muguet des bois, and violets, were her favourite flowers.

Ach, you made me cry - in a good way!

xo to you, Beth!

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