"Grief does not change you Hazel. It reveals you." John Green, The Fault in our Stars
We missed the live interview and just listened now. Once again, Heather, you did an amazing job. You speak so well and really get the message across, especially for those who don't know you guys. We renewed our Miracle Maker today in Sam's name!xoxoxoxoxoox T&S
Oh no! What a tragedy! I don't have sound on my computer!!! i will have to wait till Monday to listen to it ... oh the trial! Where on earth will I find the patience?
Dear Samantha: You and your mom made such a great team together! I 'd like to take your mom to a presentation on mindful parenting tomorrow. Isn't she fabulous? Love you!Aunt Poling* A mother's goodness is deeper than the sea (Japanese proverb)
I want to be a miracle maker too! Drats that I wasn't there to be the second caller!!! Oddly Heather, I was expecting you to sound British - now why on earth was my brain expecting that? Your 'new' accent baffled me at first!A great interview - I loved imagining Samantha laughing playing and googling next to you there. I hadn't realised that a mitochondrial condition (excuse my creative spelling there) was Samantha's main health issue - and intend to read up on that.The message was put across loud and clear : RESEARCH IS KEY!!! Abigail helps me sell stuff on ebay for research ... we don't do it frequently or regularly enough, and this interview has certainly served to spark off some vigor on that front! Come on Abigail, lets go do the ebay bizz!!!Huge snogs to you both. I loved discovering you both all over again on this interview.Alison
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