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7 Comments

  1. January 11, 2010

    I felt like I was a fly on the wall. As the author’s descripiton lead me through her journey of feelings, I, too, found myself mirroring her emotions. This novelette touched my heart and makes me believe that no matter the distance of a passing persons soul, they are but a short memory away!

  2. Betty Sue
    January 13, 2010

    Tears streaming, heart swelling, missing my own Gammie.
    Wonderful story

  3. Dinah Gwin
    January 13, 2010

    Awesome writing, felt I was there. Felt the writers emotions as I read and related to this story.

  4. Randy Hodges
    January 13, 2010

    Jennifer,

    You have a gift. The story is beautiful. I have had on occasion, similar experiences; one recently within the last 30 days. Dell City, OK. while visiting the grave of my fathers little brother, Harold Dean Hodges (died 1937). I, my son Matt and his son Colton bare his middle name.

    Those moments are deep and moving, the magnitude of emotions blindside you. One realizes that we, the world, has lost something precious. When I think of my mother and grandparents, I realize that the torch has been passed. To season this world (Jesus said we were to be salt) to the degree they did seems almost daunting.

    Uncle Randy

  5. Stephanie Hooton
    January 14, 2010

    Great Story! I felt like I was really there. I am reminded of my Grandma who passed away a year ago to the day from the birth of my nephew last summer. Her spirit will live on in him…

  6. Sally Hawkins
    January 14, 2010

    Darling. I thought of Eudora Welty. Perhaps it was the vivid imagery and the rare hilarious jab. Love it.

  7. January 14, 2010

    She loved you as much as you loved her and she would be thrilled to see your article regarding your memories. They are accurate for I have left her many things as they were so that we can all experience the memories as you do. The things changed were done as we had discussed prior her going to be with God. Nothing remains the same but the memories and you have captured them in your heart.

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