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A grief released

My young friend, Laura, tells me of her burden of grief in the after years of her mom's death. Working through the pain, Laura was encouraged to write a message to her mom - on a balloon. She did - and released it into the wind.

 She says they help…the little steps that she must take to move into her future without her mother's guiding love…a grief released.

"Put it in your blog because maybe writing a letter on a balloon could help a child."




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