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05/01/08
This was such a sad, sad story, but well written. I pray she was able to overcome.
05/01/08
This was such a sad, sad story, but well written. I pray she was able to overcome.
05/01/08
This was such a sad, sad story, but well written. I pray she was able to overcome.
05/01/08
This was such a sad, sad story, but well written. I pray she was able to overcome.
05/01/08
Such a sad story, but well written. I pray she was able to overcome.
05/01/08
Sorry for the repeats. Had trouble with computer.
05/01/08
Sorry for the repeats. Had trouble with computer.
05/01/08
Sorry for the repeats. Had trouble with computer.
05/02/08
A heart-breaking story. Your pain and that of your mother comes through your writing. Your description of the switch would be enough to put fear in a child. I like your ending statement.. “Lord, don’t make her believe this lie, that without her life’s love, she can’t have the love of her life, Jesus Christ." There is hope contained in this sentence, if the lie is not believed. Nice work on this.
05/04/08
I LOVED the "Better you cry now than I cry later" quote! Short, sweet and to the point Entry. Good Job!
05/04/08
This is difficult to read. I think I'm looking for some redeeming virtue in this mother and not finding it. I hope redemption came/comes her way.
05/05/08
You had a beginning (a very good one I might add) and you had a end, but no middle. There is obviously alot you could have said about this woman that you did not, and the switch for that matter. Half the people reading this probably do not have a clue what a "switch" is. This read more like a private commentary than an article.
05/05/08
I felt that you packed so much into such a short piece. I thought it was very good.