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Hello everyone,

I received two beautiful e-mails recently with some inspirational words surrounded with wonderful music. I have added these to my own web site http://findingmybananabreadman.com/ .

Here are the links to both of these meaningful messages:

An Irish Blessing -



Finding Joy - Sweet Truths -



John - Dusky is my handle on here

Love you Jack

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You're quite welcome. I'm glad it came at just the right time for you. You're the first person I met on here three years ago.


John - Dusky is my handle on here

Love you Jack

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Guest moparlicious


My dear friend, thank you so much. I am hurting so much these days, it is coming up on the year anniversary of Dan's death, its hard to believe it has been this long. Those were truly beautiful and I am crying my heart out but love those links.Thanks!!!!!!!!!! Your friend, Kim

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John, those moved me to tears. The tune "Down by the Salley Garden" that accompanies the Irish Blessing is so beautiful. A musical couple I play with introduced me to that song and we play it every time we get together.

Here is what grabbed me in Finding Joy:

"Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things."

It is the little things, indeed, that I miss the most.

Thank you, John.


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Mike that is the line that gets to me too, and it is so true isn't it? I think back to even the most simple things that Steve and I did with the girls and would give anything to go back to those times, yet at the time they were just that.... a simple thing that now seems like a big thing. sigh.....


Wendy :wub:

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Guest Vickie O'Neil

John, Thank You!

The Irish blessing is so poignant. Patrick O'Neil was my husband..& if that's not Irish..I don't know what is. The video showed a cabin in the country with a stome fence built..another Irish thing. My husband & his Dad were building a stone fence when Pat died... at his cabin..a simple old fashioned stacked stone fence. So I cried & I thank you for the remembering of my beloved Irish Man.

Pat & I built a stacked stone garden together as well..a back breaking labor of love.

Vickie O'Neil

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