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A bittersweet story! I like that she was able to share in the joy of Celeste and her mother and that it was accepted, not a rage that someone loved had passed on. Good job with the emotions here.
This tender story is filled with compassion and love--and a happy ending for the grandma and the child--one resting in heaven, the other ready to embark on a life's journey. Very well done!
A moving story that drew me and brought tears to my eyes.
Just having had a child on a ventilator, this story was very meaningful to me. good job. You described it well.
Very gentle, pure. Real emotions. Still and deep thoughts. Should we ever take one breath for granted? Great entry.
Excellent illustration of the circle of life. This is well written. I enjoyed the read.
Nicely written and bittersweet. Both able to experience life again. Well done.
Your well-chosen words wove a continuous braid of life, weaving in and out, binding it all together. Melancholy and joy. Letting go and picking up to start anew with rejoice of life's eternal circle. Wonderful job in telling this simple truth.
OH ! so sad and happy at the same time! Well done
Very touching and beautiful. Well done.
An awesome blend of life and death. Very nice.
Wonderful weaving of two stories together. My heart was being pulled back and forth, sadness and joy, back and forth. Loved your descriptions - the sarong, the paper hands, the sound of the hospital. Well done.