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March 19, 2007

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You and your family are in our thoughts on this day. Thank you for such a moving piece.

Thanks.

Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him.

I thank you, sir, for an incredibly moving and beautiful piece. My three-year-old daughter, Joy, has cerebral palsy. Even though hers is rather mild, this situation has come to define our lives, as you described.

My prayers today are with Aidan and the family he blessed and was blessed with.

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I met Aiden through your book just a few months ago ... thank you for sharing your son with our family ...

I read your original post, that you wrote after your son died. Strangely enough, I have not visited your blog since I read that post, and only did so today after deciding on a whim to click on the link I have for your blog on my blogroll. I'm not sure if there is lesson in that, but I can say again that I am terribly, terribly sorry for your loss, but again, thank you for sharing your experience with us through your writing.

Thank you, everyone, for your thoughts and prayers for Aidan. We lit candles for him this week in Notre Dame and Sacre Coeur.

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