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Half Soled Boots a blog written by Dave's niece Shannon. She is nominated in the Canadian Blog Awards  in the Parenting and deservedly in the Best Written Blog Post category. Her blog is astounding.

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Susan said…
Dear friends, please make sure you read what was posted on Oct 4th - "An Adjustment.. Step 1"

I want to tell you why you should read it, but there are no words of mine which could stand beside the ones written there. Let me just say that before you read it, you really need to take off your shoes...
Belinda, thanks for letting people know about Shannon's blog. she's an amazing writer ... and a simply wonderful person. Here last three blogs about the loss of her friend are powerful, powerful pieces of writing. I'm proud to know her.

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