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October 16, 2018

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September 27, 2018
Rachel my heart goes out to you and your family , I'm praying for you and your family . The love we carry , I pray that God keeps his loving arms around you and the children , in the name of Jesus
September 2, 2018
My deepest condolences. Am just a stranger who's read about Matthew and this tradegy. All the empathy a stranger can offer.
August 23, 2018
I have no eloquence left. I wish you didn't die. I would say the last line of "Oliver's Story" by Erich Segal if I felt I could get the words out. I don't think you cared for him, but I had every book he wrote. You liked Philip Roth's gritty uncolored irony and I liked Erich's nostalgic deliberate saccharine sweetness. I liked Philip too, though. Maybe you can see why I liked Erich now. His much-maligned quote from "Love Story" comes true in the end. I won't bother to repeat it. Please don't be sorry. We love you. We miss you.

I saw Super Troopers 2 without you. I didn't have fun. They said "shenanigans" once but it wasn't the same.

I have to see Fahrenheit 11/9 without you, too.

At least we had Andy Kaufman and Kafka and Bernie. Always Bernie. I didn't even know Kafka was Czech until my cousin visited from over there and was excited when I said we loved him. Then there was a discussion about whether Kafka was an existentialist or a nihilist. We decided collectively that he was a dark existentialist. You would have thought I talked too much, but you would have been right. You would have also thought I said the word "Kafkaesque" too many times and told me that maybe someone else should get a chance to say something, but you would have been right about that too.

I come visit a lot but I know you know that anyway, I come with books and music and painted rocks and colored glass birds and pastel flowers I leave alone with a heaviness in myself. I never know if my offerings are tacky or appropriate but I bring them anyway. I want to leave books for you but it rains too much.

You're always ours. Always mine in my heart but I set you free to time. Just know that we remember you every day and I wish you were still here even though you always made pancakes on Saturday and made every pan I owned covered in pancake stuff. My pancakes aren't as good as yours.

We don't go to Greek Village anymore. It's not the same without you, I guess, but nothing is. People might not live celebrated lives that are remembered for thousands of years. Most of us won't. But if you are loved by even one person we will make sure you live on.

The baby is five months old. She said "Elephant" today. She also loves that Dinosaurs song about "I'm the baby, gotta love me". It would be cute if I didn't have to play it twenty times in a row, but she's too cute to say no to. Also you were right, she's the Rachel and she got the curls and the hazel eyes.





January 28, 2018
My heart goes out to you Rachel. I send my deepest condolences to you and your family. May you find the strength in the memories you have to stay strong and continue to be an amazing mother. I read your story in our local newspaper and my heart just broke for you. Sending you loving thoughts from California.