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Saturday, July 14, 2012


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On a side note: You have all these amazing people in your life--your parents, sister, Rudy, your daughters, the regulars on this blog . . . I think it's YOU that brings out the best in everyone around you. You are a beautiful soul with a heart of gold and a level, intelligent, non-judgmental, head. You are the type of person whom others can't help but gravitate towards and be "changed" by just having known you. American Idol might be skidding off it's tracks and has become a parody of itself, but I, for one, will always be greatful that it led me to this blog.

What a marvelous tribute to your parents. I have tears streaming down my face.

Congratulations to your parents! Your words were beautiful!

Happy 50th Anniversary to your Mom & Dad!! Your post about them is beautiful.

Congratulations to your parents on 50 years!

You know, Linda, I was re-reading this and picked up on "siblings." Color me stupid but I thought it was just you and Kim. Am I nuts?

Congratulations to your parents, and thanks for sharing your loving tribute. I know how special this milestone is because my parents celebrated their 50th last summer, and it was a wonderful party!

As far as parenting goes, you and Rudy are definitely doing it RIGHT! Your girls are all amazing young women, and we see the proof of that in everything you post.

Linda, congratulations to your parents. A beautiful tribute.

Congratulations to your parents Linda! 50 years together is a wonderful accomplishment, and I know your mom and dad are as proud of you as you are your own girls!

*too choked up to say anything - but that was beautiful.

Very nice, Linda. It was a moving and loving tribute. My guess is they were bawling by the end of it... I am glad that your mom is doing well and that they were able to celebrate such a special milestone.

I customarily use this space to amuse myself by being a wise-ass, but I have to break tradition to say: That's one hell of a tribute. What an outstanding family. I hope your luggage catches up with you in Vegas and I hope you have a blast.

Great message, so sorry I wasn't there to celebrate with you all.

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