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January 23, 2016


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Laury Bourgeois

Thanks for your wisdom, Niels. Although I do write a lot about the "place" here...there are many layers and it really is about that person: Mom. Strange times-Heading north again over Mardi Gras. I'll keep you posted. Love and hugs to you and Bodil-Laury and Sammie Cat


It is difficult. We have struggled with both my parents and Bodil's, but I try to follow what my parents were good at no matter how hard the situation was, saying: well, now we are here, what next ? after my father went bankrupt with his big farm and had to accept to live on a very small farm owned by his sons, (me and my two brothers) and struggling with heart problems, he did as he did when he struggled to become a farmer in Canada in the early 1930ties, he said: well, now, let's make a new plan ! just as my mother's parents did, when they lost their farm in 1928 and moved from farm to farm, struggling with keeping their dignity in place, but they did even in very small apartments ! I'm not at all saying it was and is easy, understand you very well indeed, but it helps to see life as something with people and not so much about places, love Niels

Laury Bourgeois

I struggle with all of this myself, Larry. Maybe it's just getting to the acceptance of what is!

larry graham

I don't believe we ever completely move on...or let go.

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