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This is really lovely. It grabbed me right from the beginning g. You did a wonderful job of weaving the topic throughout the story. The message is powerful and one many can relate to.
04/13/18
I consider relationships to be among the most important things in life... our relationship with Christ and relationships with family, spiritual family and with friends. You revealed the pain of broken relationships and yes we can get annoyed with our part in the failures.

Wing His Words
04/13/18
Such a tender but powerful story! So many broken relationships today need this story and the truth you share. Thanks!
04/13/18
There is something about these vulnerable moments that make us reconsider our relationships and regrets. Thanks for gently drawing us through this reconciliation.
04/16/18
You've captured the atmosphere with the brevity and authority that speaks of experience, thus nablingb us to identify wit hthe characters so well. Great writing.
04/16/18
Let's try "enabling," instead of whatever nablingb meant. Sorry about that...
04/26/18
I worked in a critical care unit for two years. I was amazed at how many people visited their mothers and fathers in the hospital who had not seen them in years. Sad.
04/26/18
Very moving story.
But that kind of story is not unique in human experience. Yes, it's annoying that we make bad decisions and discover this later when a life&death crisis hits -- sometimes too late.
You caught that scenario very well here.