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    We are going somewhere now veve, (thanks for the offer though!)
    Got some friends in Tassie who have offered their house, so going over on the boat! Never been there before so should be good anyway

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    I can't even begin to imagine what you are going through Just wanted to offer lots of hugs

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    Wow, that sounds so tough.

    I hope you manage to get through it relatively well (as well as you could), and that the kids get to enjoy their Christmas too. *hugs*

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    I am so sorry.

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    Firstly and lots of them at that.
    This will be our 20th christmas since my brother died and its still sad I dont remember much from the first one after the accident but I do remember feeling a strong need to be strong for my parents. I was 15a at the time so a little older than your children are now I assume. Im glad now that we kept up the traditions as is my mother. Our son/brother wouldn't have wanted us to stop our lives. We had a little box wrapped for him under the tree with a lovely poem on the card about remembrance.....we still have it and its a lovely way to remember his absense on the day.

    Just be kind to yourself, and yeah strong for the other children as hard as that may seem. And remember you really do have an angel who will be sitting atop any tree you manage to get up for christmas in the future.

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    My thoughts are with you and your family over this holiday season, and your precious angel

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    Hugs hug hugs

    Thoughts with you and your family this Christmas

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    Thanks guys. Was hard but we got through it. Kids had a ball, we had a cry but more laughs for the day do that's always good

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