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I am so grateful to have found you, though.
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to have you in their life (and vice versa, of course!). You are bright, creative, a positive force for good....and you share yourself with so many others, so you are passing all your goodness and light around.
We need more women like you---God bless you and your family.
Praying for all the best for you,
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