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  • (I am your neighbor at Holley Gerth today) 🙂
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    • Thank you for stopping by, Kathleen! It’s nice to ‘meet’ a fellow blogger and SCBWI member :).

  • You’re Welcome Anita!
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  • Hello Anita! I’m joining you from Five Minute Friday today, and have enjoyed reading your post. You obviously have a depth of wisdom gained from your experiences in care-giving. How wonderful that you have recognized the importance of humor, fun and laughter in all of our lives, but especially in the lives of those who are ill and those who care for them. God bless you as you continue to share this good “medicine” with those around you!