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A very public tribute

It’s been difficult to know what to write about our Mother. She was a big fan of this blog, and immensely proud of my work, so it felt right that I say something. Not surprisingly, I’m not the only one who felt this way, going by a report in last week’s local paper. Clearly, many other people feel the same as me, and many other people will also miss her for many different reasons. A wonderful person, who also happened to be my Mum.

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1 Fr@nthro { 05.09.11 at 5:10 pm }

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2 changefeed { 05.09.11 at 5:10 pm }

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