Entry: Lie Down by the Side
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From Kevin McD
Website: http://www.sonicbeef.com
And here I am, impressed again with what little you offer up here. Thank you for sharing, as it always brings a smile to my face.
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From krisitna
Thank you again for that autograph Jessica.
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From Kelli
I drive over that bridge everyday on my way to work and I think of your family each time. Sorry June will hold this memory for you but hopefully soon something else will brighten this month for you, not making you forget the sad things but maybe making the month a bit easier to enjoy...
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From EdwoodCA
Hey Jessica...

Lost my Dad three yrs. ago. Words cannot describe how it floored me. You have this month [amongst other reminders, I assume]. I have the day he died, his bday, Father's Day, Memorial & Veteran's Days [he was in the USAF for 29 yrs.], along with my bday, where I take a drive down the coast to San Diego to visit his marker. I'm so grateful to have had him in my life for as long as I did. That and the good memories are what make the pain of loss bearable, over time. You're on your way with that, too. Keep the good memories of your cousin alive... that's part of how he'll live on... in the thoughts and memories of his loved ones.
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From EdwoodCA
Now with less heaviness: As you may well already know... George Lucas said his Star Wars saga, particularly with Anakin, was about not being able to accept or deal with loss. His mother, Padme, acting skill... [I haven't been able to see Ep. III, yet, though.] So, basically... not being able to deal with and accept tragic or profound loss leads to the dark side. Don't go there. [Unless you want to... then have fun with it, vanquish some enemies, and come back soon.]
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From JoS
Hi Jessica.
I just wanted to offer you my condolences.
I realize that this happened a year ago, but I wasn’t reading your blog back then.
Trust me, I too know what it is like to lose a close family member in a car accident.
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