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Jul 11th
Dear Uncle Ben: Thank you for the pos PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 08 March 2010 10:49
Dear Uncle Ben: Thank you for the post, and as expected very well written. It's interesting. There's a saying "one never appreciates something until it's gone." That saying has never hit so close to home until the last twelve months. Beginning twelve months ago and even up last weekend's one yr celebration, the outpouring of support has been overwhelming! To me, my mom, Perla, was just Mom. As a nurse, I knew she worked in noble profession--caring for the sick and injured. However, when you add in the numerous other qualities and attributes that you (and others separately) mentioned above, I am humbled and in awe of her. I, too, share similar stories of never being without when compared with classmates and peers. Except being Perla's son, I suppose I accepted it as "normal." I realize now that wasn't exactly correct. As a result, I gained a quiet confidence and anything is possible attitude from her (and my dad). As a professional, community service leader and individual, her innate qualities may be considered legendary. We all can only hope to live up to similar standards. My personal challenge will be to share and pass on my mom's special qualities to her grandchildren and beyond. Thanks again! Dean

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