There never seems to be an end to the losses one must endure. I received word tonight, a very good friend of mine was killed in a car accident last night - my heart is heavy - she leaves two sons - who are around my kids ages. Although we went our separate ways over the years - she was just someone you would pick up a conversation with as if she was never gone - it's been a few years since I'ev seen her - we were to get together this summer on her visit home. Another lesson learned my friends - do not put off meeting or seeing old friends, you just never know what may happen - you have to make time to keep contact with old friends.
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