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02 January 2014

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Tanasi

I applaud and celebrate you and your life... I've got a decade on you and I feel the same way, which is probably why my daughter (Amber)forwarded your article to me. I graduated high school in the infamous year of 1969 - and have never been happier, healthier, wiser or in better shape (well, maybe that's stretching it just a bit - but who cares!)than I am right now. ROCK ON!

chelsea g. summers

I love Amber. She is a force of will, nature and good in this world. Excellent work on raising her.

And congrats on the happy, healthy, wise and rocking.

John

Lovely, thoughtful and frank. Every night at 4 am, I wake up and think of mortality for a few moments, and peacefully go back to sleep. One of these days, I won't... You've captured that feeling I have in this piece.

Thanks and enjoy 2014, Chelsea,

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Mortality is what gives our lives meaning - embracing it, loving it, and not hiding from it, is the way to live it. Cheers to your celebration.

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