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October 13, 2008


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It was lovely to see you at SMX.

It's amazing how these sites can help. Another site I was told about recently is Caring Bridge http://www.caringbridge.org/ which is for people who need to update friends and family when someone is gravely ill. The person I spoke to said it had helped her family enormously.

Thank you Lorna. It was comforting to just hang out with just a few people like you at SMX. I was still feeling rather down at the time.

Thank you for this link too! I didn't find that one in my searches, so thanks for adding Caring Bridge to the list.


Thanks for the suggestions, in the last few months I lost my daughter (still hard to say) and a cousin (well loved) to cancer. Thanks these sites really help.

BTW My deepest respects to you and your family

Why THANK YOU SO MUCH for mentioning my site!
I so appreciate it!

I didn't know your father had passed - of course I haven't seen you since April. I'm so sorry for your loss.

I know he had recently had several health issues over the last year or so but I think the last I heard he was home and doing well. My thoughts and prayers are with you and you family during this tragic time.

A bit of a shameless plug, but I'd like to think Warm Tribute Online Memorials (WarmTribute.com) is an up and coming site and worthy of mention/review too. It has it's rough patches, but it's also a free service meant to immortalize your loved one by creating an online memorial.

This is such a warming strengthening web site.
Very soothing indeed !

Its now been 22 months and some, since my best-friend/hubby went on ahead to Glory. Many times, I feel like it was just yesterday, when the Ambulance came, worked on him for an hour, then that was it !
I've been sharing my story with many, hoping that in some small way I can help others, also in this position.

You good people may not realize just how many you help ! It is a extremely wonderful but necessary ministry !
And remember, God see's all good and evil. And I know, you will be rewarded abundantly for your diligence !
God Bless.

I am online so much, why not also share grief with people online? I am using riverofmemories.com ,they got nice templates. Tom
Online Memorials

I came across your website and I noticed you had some links to tribute websites which charge families money for the service. We have an entirely free memorial website service at http://tribute.perfectmemorials.com which allows people to create free tributes for people or pets.

Below is a sample tribute users can create:

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