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May 2

Yesterday was my sister's birthday.  She would have been 25.

Easter 1989.  L to R: Jessica, Theresa, Lauren, with dad & mom behind.

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  1. Beautiful thing to do to remember her...Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Oh, wow - hugs and prayers sent your way...

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  3. What a nice way to remember your sister. Praying for you and your family.

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  4. They are our own personal angels watching over us!

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  5. A lovely way to honor your sister on her birthday. Quilts can express those things closest to our hearts.

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  6. Thinking of you . . .

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  7. It is hard to lose a loved one. You are in my thoughts

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  8. Wishing you peace, dear Jessica.

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  9. I am sorry for your loss -- may peace be with you!

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  10. I'm so sorry for your loss.... what a beautiful idea to memorialize the day.

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  11. Thinking of her as you are thinking of her. Hug on the wind...

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  12. Thinking of You < Quilty Hug >

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  13. Beautiful tribute! Thinking of you!

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  14. How special that you can remember her in this way - I just finished a quilt for my youngest brother and his wife 2 weeks ago. She's using it to remember my brother, who passed away Aug 8, 2010... Sorry about your loss...

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