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April 25, 2010

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John

Such a nice and moving post, Sandy! Good luck to your dad and hope that he gets well soon.

Jim

Thanks for sharing your story. All the best to you and your dad. Hope he will feel much better soon.

Seth

You are a good Son, Sandy. Good luck and I wish your dad well. My own father had lung cancer almost 8 years ago and he is still alive and thriving today.

urspo

what a lovely homily; thank you for sharing this with us.

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