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Tim -- your daughter looks like a little angel and I'm sure you're already very special to her. Especially after the episode with Rainbow the bear. The key really is to be able to articulate what we feel... to tell people why we love them. It takes time to figure it out; we know we do, and we want to express it. This is a form of feedback, too.

Patrick -- you are quickly becoming a favorite of mine. It was good to join in the BrandingWire project so that I could expand my horizons.

Valeria,
Wow - great story and incredible writing! Thank you for sharing.

Valeria,

I'd expect nothing less than this from you- touchingly written and wonderfully sweet and poignant. I can only hope that my daughter will some day say something so special.

Thank you for this splendid portrait.

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