No One Talks About Your Thighs at a Funeral

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  1. Kelly says:

    btw, you look hot in the dress! =)

    love continuing to hear your story… you are such a brave inspiring woman and every thing you do is touching so many people. thank you for that.

  2. sschrowang says:

    You looked stunning in the dress. I’m so happy that others don’t see me the way that I see myself. Us women are far too critical of ourselves.

  3. Joanie says:

    You look absolutely stunning in that dress. Joe had good (and expensive taste). You continue to inspire so many. Always look forward to your posts.

  4. Krista Smith says:

    First of all, he picked a killer dress (you look gorgeous)! Secondly, and most importantly, your words really sting and penetrate my heart. I’m so sorry for your loss (I know you hear that all the time and frankly, I don’t know what else to say). Your strength and also your transparency are gifts to everyone who knows you – and those of us who just know you through your writings. I am praying super blessings on you and Mira Joey!

  5. LuAnn says:

    You are so right. It’s the little things that add up and it is the way you treat others with a selflessness that is remembered. You are blessed to learn this lesson let alone when you are so young. May God bless you

  6. Mary Ellen says:

    Beautiful picture! Thanks for sharing. A friend of mine just lost his partner to liver cancer. I am going to share your blog with him. I think it will help him.

  7. Ann says:

    You already have left a greater mark, with your readers, with your daughter, with your husband.