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May 29, 2016

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May 15, 2016
On my holliday in Greece I read Suzans book. Inspired me. Thanks Suzan from Tessie from Holland
Mai 2016
May 29, 2015
Acabei de ler o livro. Meu pai me emprestou. Corri para o Google, na esperança de notícias sobre estado que se encontrava Susan. Ela já havia partido.Chorei e agradeci, por ter tido oportunidade de ler sua história. Agora... aplaudindo esta guerreira! Aqui na sacada, uma buterfly Yellow, veio e pousou. Imagino ser Susan, retribuindo dizendo, que tudo ficará bem. Meus sentimentos: John,Stheph,Nancy,pai,Marina,Aubrey e Wesley.
March 1, 2015
I am reading Susan's book. What a beautiful gift of love and joy for her family and for all of us. She has reminded me to live each day with passion, laughter and joy and to let my loved ones know how much I cherish them.
Thank you, Susan. Dorothy Beavington
October 3, 2014
I just finished reading Susan's book which turned out to be a pleasant surprise. Wow, I have been working on my optimism but I am humbled compared to her abilities. She will continue to touch many people. Just this morning my mother who suffers from dementia became even more confused. In the stress of trying to figure out what to do my husband and I misunderstood each other and got into one of 'those stupid arguments.' To Make a long story short after the crisis and I was driving to work I kept thinking about Susan and her choice to look at the best side of each situation. It really reminded me that I can choose how I feel and how I react to every situation. Thank you Susan you are in my head now.
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