10 comments on “On The Morning After

    • Thank you for your comment and for reading about Ken. He was my brother-in-law but I started dating my husband when Ken was just four. Because both my husband and Ken were active duty military it’s been years since we’ve lived near each other but there was always that bond. Ken was always smiling, and always helping others, so now we are challenged to do the same!

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  1. Hello, I dont know you, of course, but reading your story of Kenny, your words and the words of his army buddy, and the photos which showed that generous smile in the eyes was really inspiring. This year has been one of many challenges for many, I also lost a dear dear dear friend, all we can do is live on in their honour, inspired by the majesty of the brave and compassionate ones we have lost, to be more brave , more compassionate…
    Thank you for this post.

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    • Debbie, thank you for stopping and reading about Ken. One of the most wonderful things about the blogging world is that we can share our hopes, dreams, and sorrows and find others who understand even though our paths will probably never cross in the physical world. I’m very sorry about the loss you’ve had to endure. We can only hope that our own lives carry on the legacy of those who have gone before us.

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