I got a chance to chat with a client today; she’s a really beautiful and kind lady, a 2 1/2 year cancer widow. We got to talking about Valentine’s Day and she mentioned that, this year for Valentine’s Day she received a beautiful bouquet of roses from a wonderful man. She was so touched and flattered […]
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Hanna, that was really a very nice post on love. I also lost my husband a year ago and this meant a lot to me. May God continue to Bless you and your family. Barb
Thank you, Barb!
Beautifully expressed, Hannah. Thank you.
Hannah, I look forward to your posts and especially loved this one…. Thanks for the beautiful prospective on today’s significance. Sending my best to you. Nani
That’s very thoughtful and kind of you. Thank you!!
I worked for 5 yrs with Dr. Preston , I!m a retired nurse . Keep up the good work.
Hannah, I love your posts. Your ability to share raw emotion is a true gift and since I have never met your Mom I will give your Dad credit. I have been single for 14 years and one thing I learned early on about widows and widowers is they are still very much in love and rightly so. In contrast to a divorce where people fall out of love, a widow wakes up in the morning and then their love is gone physically. I admire greatly those that acknowledge that love. It is easy for people to say they would want you to be with someone. I sense that is unfair and everyone’s time table is different. On an upbeat note, your Dad must be so proud of you. His legacy lives on through your postings and incredibly powerful yet vulnerable messages to all. As a father to a 25 year old daughter working in India with young girls to keep them out of sex trafficking I live the pride your Dad has for you. You are a blessing to all you touch.
Jim Eaton 805-550-8970 (c) Warren/Eaton Marketing Group Proud member of the Rotary Club of San Luis Obispo de Tolosa Rotary District 5240 Youth Protection Officer
thank you Jim!
Hi Hannah…..I live in Jamul and I remember your dad coming out here and doing his broadcast, usually from Simpsons………..love your posts……..I am a retired psychiatrist who did 20 years with the state and then found that retirement was not all I expected………so now I treat the homeless downtown at St. Vincent de Paul……….it is a nice way to spend my time…you are right……..the only real meaning we find in our lives is when we do for others.