Aunt Bea

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  1. xoxoxoxoxo

    On Wed, Feb 10, 2016 at 10:39 AM, Gayle Markow: As I am… wrote:

    > Gayle posted: ” My cousin Gary died two weeks ago. Time has been passing > “slow-mo” since then, so it seems longer, and yet still feels unreal. He > was such a nice guy, so loved by so many, so easy-going, so successful as a > lawyer, the least self-aggrandizing and leas” >

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  2. Marvelous, Gayle, a beautifully written appreciation. And a nudge to look for someone like an Aunt Bea or a Cousin Gary in my own family!

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  3. I think family’s are just the close-up versions of everyone. Because all of us are complicated (ok, some more than others). When there’s a lot of history and story, it’s hard to let go and see other aspects. This was certainly the gift of this visit for me. Besides getting to spend time with my beautiful child/woman.

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  4. Wonderful insight, Gayle. How great, this waking up to so many things, and at our age, too. xoxox

    On Wed, Feb 10, 2016 at 10:39 AM, Gayle Markow: As I am… wrote:

    > Gayle posted: ” My cousin Gary died two weeks ago. Time has been passing > “slow-mo” since then, so it seems longer, and yet still feels unreal. He > was such a nice guy, so loved by so many, so easy-going, so successful as a > lawyer, the least self-aggrandizing and leas” >

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