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May 02, 2016

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February 14, 2016
Visted the memorial site in November, very nicely and tastefully done, wanted to choose just one victim to record my condolences
September 15, 2015
thinking of you
September 13, 2015
From a Facebook posting on the 11th:Today I felt pulled to the river, to Croton Landing. The weather was not boiling or pouring for the first time since I walked last weekend, and strangely, it wasn't until I pulled into the lot that I remembered of course, the wonderful 9/11 memorial that is in the circle at the end of the path. I guess that was pulling me there today too, even though I didn't know it.
Today I thought hard about my friend Laura the whole time walking. No podcasts or music or phone. Laura was stopped in time in her early 40's this day, 14 years ago. We'd just rekindled an old teenage friendship. She had come up from the city the weekend before to do a tag sale and hang out with me, Emma and Gabe, who were four and seven at the time. She was just getting to know them. Now they are eighteen and twenty one, and Laura's forever in her early 40's. The dogs and cats that her friends and family adopted when she didn't come home that day are probably on "the other side" wit her now, from old age.
I sat quiet for many long minutes on the bench at the statue, and looked at the sun setting over the wide Hudson, and the light on the north side of Croton Point Park.
Laura would have surely loved the calm river today, the brilliant aqua and purple light on the water, the gold and shining green of the hill of Croton point in the warm pink sunset, the variety of dogs and their owners as they, too, walked up the path to that memorial that would not have even had to be there, if only. She might have come for a walk there with me and a new dog, if only.
I always say her name a whole bunch of times, over and over, out loud on this day.
Laura Laura Laura.
September 12, 2015
Laura, 14 years have passed already but you are never forgotten. You live on in the hearts and souls of so many who loved you. My son Gary Jaffe sent me a picture this week of you and your beautiful dog.
I think of you so often and also of your family.
In love and peace
Barbara Jaffe
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