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March 17, 2010

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ThomG

a wonderful tribute to growing up and leaving the nest.

Andy Sewina

Phew, they grow up too fast!

Leo

leaving home.. described beautifully...

Anthony North

I know the feeling. I've seen 5 sons and 2 daughters through to adulthood - well, the youngest almost there.
Great words.

Angel

Lovely work that alot of parents can relate to.

Carina

Whenever we step off into the future, we always leave someone behind us. The tragedy of success and growth, I guess.

Rinkly Rimes

An unusual and very moving use of the three words.

Stan Ski

Nobody does it better than mum.

Amity

This makes me cry...

I dread the day when all my kids would have flown nest!

Nice done!

I write also at 3WW...please check mine...This is my second week and I was encouraged by a dear blogger-friend....

It was not a mistake joining...I'm having fun!

Thomma Lyn

So sweet and poignant!

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