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1 Lessons We Have to Learn From on Fri Jul 26, 2013 11:59 am

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2 Re: Lessons We Have to Learn From on Fri Jul 26, 2013 12:15 pm

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What a lovely tribute to your friend.

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3 Re: Lessons We Have to Learn From on Fri Jul 26, 2013 2:20 pm

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I agree, she lived a very good life, and gave you her all. Not many sheep get that opportunity. Or people as in your case.

Animals are so far from dumb! She left you with lovely lambs to carry on her legacy.

Sometimes not all of the animals are this way, but then you get special ones like her. They make it all worthwhile.

May she stay in your memories forever.

4 Re: Lessons We Have to Learn From on Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:31 pm

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Theses are sad times. I am sorry to hear about this and know it is no small matter. Not by a long shot. You will think about her often and know she lived a life that other sheep only dream of. You did right by her and that's the promise we make.

5 Re: Lessons We Have to Learn From on Sat Jul 27, 2013 8:12 am

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Ah Tara, I don't think that you will hear any people laughing at your feelings of the matriarch of the clan. She has passed, she is wandering those fields, finding the succulent greens that you and yours have so willingly found for her, for the extra comfort in the frailing last days of life. What a lovely tribute to Haley. And a beautiful name. She has taught you many things, you have listened and you have learned. I too believe that critters have a way of making us understand their needs. Their methods of giving this gratitude come in many forms. A lovely story, Tara, and you know our noses quivered, a few tears may have fallen, the love of the animals shines through, and the hat off to you and yours. They strike deep in our heart, and so rightly deserve to be loved and cared very deeply for. Haley is happy, running and flouncing through those lush green fields. have a beautiful day, CynthiaM.

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