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"You may run the gamut of emotions throughout the chapters. With a sense of humor, the reader may find a smile emerge, if not audible laughter as the pages turn. The humor is balanced nicely within chapters, and you may prefer to allowing the deeper message to seep in, whether you are currently grieving, have ever grieved, or have ever loved enough to know an absence would be a loss. The chapters do not need to be read in order, as they are not directly related. As I approached the end of this book, I found myself procrastinating because finishing the book would mean it was over." - Kathy Hansen, Ute Country News

Eulogies and Dead Horses

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