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September 11, 2007

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Karen (makabe)

Thanks for sharing this. I lost my best friend Andrew over 11 years ago, and it's still hard. Thinking of you...

momomax

I'm sorry about your friend. I hope you really did feel some difference in this year's anniversary of that nightmare day.
It's always a difficult time of the year but more so for people who lost someone.

Be well.

stella

beautiful post.

creative-type dad

What a honor it was to have known him.
I'm sure he would be very happy to know how you remember him.

Kila

I'm so sorry for your loss. Thanks for sharing Andy with us. He lives on through all of us now.

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BossLady, thanks for the link.

honglien123

Last year I cried a bit when I read your letter to your friend. This year I'm smiling a bit. A beautiful tribute as usual. I'm so glad that you're able to smile when you remember him now. :hugs:

Mom101

This is beautiful MD. I still remember your tribute to him last year. It's clear he meant a lot to you. You're lucky. Many people never have friendships like that.

Dave

Thanks so much for being comfortable expressing emotion and love for your friends and family. I never really thought about it, but I think that's one of the reasons I keep reading your blog. I think it's kind of lame that we, as men, are often discouraged from being real in that respect (at least in our little part of the world). I'm really sorry for your pain. I think you're very lucky though, in that you are comfortable enough and articulate enough to share it with others. I run a grief counseling group each year at my high school and it's sometimes sad as hell how isolated people can be in their grief - expecially teenage boys who have not learned yet that it's okay for men talk about their pain - even to cry. Not to be too sappy here, but thanks for helping people to see "real" men can love and grieve.

mp

Thanks for sharing Andy, it's more than just "9/11" it's personal.

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