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February 05, 2016

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February 05, 2016

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January 20, 2010
The years may come and go, our hearts may still ache for our love ones. But the good memories will live in our hearts forever.

Psalms 147:3- He is healing the broken-hearted ones,and is binding up their painful spots.
August 14, 2009
Here's a link to my 8/14/09 blog about Sandy, which mentions this site:
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August 13, 2009
It's hard to believe that a whole year has passed since my friend Sandy Allen passed away. As many of the remembrances on this website attest, Sandy was much admired for her compassion, sense of humor and willingness to make those who are "different" feel better about themselves. She was especially devoted to children, giving talks at elementary schools about tolerance and acceptance, and was a member of the Pacers Reading Program where she read to kids and let them try on her big shoes. During the last year of her life, Sandy worked with me on a book aimed at young people about her high school experiences in Shelbyville, Ind. By sharing this especially challenging time in her life, she continues to give back to children with her message of being proud and standing tall. If you would like more information on "World's Tallest Woman: The Giantess of Shelbyville High," please visit my website at www.thegiantessbook.com. RIP, my tall, funny friend.
July 1, 2009
I MEET SANDY WHEN I WAS 10YRS.OLD,HAD MY PICTURE TAKEN WITH HER STILL THINK OF YOU OFTEN REST IN PEACE GREAT LADY!
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