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December 03, 2008


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kat - Three Cent Stamp

This is a beautiful post. I've been going through the same thing this last year. I have been such a workaholic for so many years and friendships faded. Work friends, I found out the hard way, weren't really friends. So I'm starting over. It's wonderful that you cherish your friendships.

Darryle Pollack

Thanks so much. It really is one of life's important lessons, learning who your friends are and what that means---and from my experience--never too late to make new ones. I'm sure you will also.

Earl Flournoy

I get you, Darryle. The ocean really seems to have some kind of healing powers. You know, my wife and I also walk along the beach when we have problems. Sometimes, we walk separately, giving each other space to think alone. There are also days when we talk like we're best friends and we discuss possible solutions. I also love it how the ocean breeze goes through the strands of her front lace wigs. That's also therapeutic for me. Anyway, just continue what you're doing, Darryle.

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