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Why I Write Rewrite II

This is my second rewrite of “Why I Write”. The reason I started blogging can be found here: Why I Write The first re-write on 28 Feb 2019 can be found here: Why I Write Rewrite I still write because it helps me – see how far I have come – see how far I…

Why I Write Rewrite

I have been meaning to write a new “Why I Write” post for some time now. Mainly because opening the ‘Blog Posts’ page and scrolling through the first post I wrote on this blog through tears is still incredibly painful to see, even now… If you are curious, you can find it here: Why I…

Why I Write

On 26 June 2019 we lost my best friend and husband Lawrence (Larry) Preisler. He was truly one-of-a-kind. The world is darker since his light went out. He could always make me laugh, even when he was feeling bad. He would be amazed at all the people who have reached out with stories of how much he was loved. But that was part of his allure…

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  1. Justin

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  2. Maurice 'MO' Allen

    Hello, Lisa. I just took a moment to open your blog site. Thank you for the mention of our conversation at check out. Your energy truly did radiate the lobby, when you walked up to the counter, and that was before we had our conversation about our loved ones. I will continue to follow your blog, just to bask in more of your radiance as you continue your journey of enlightenment. Thanks again. Talkatcha.

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  3. Lolly Crummett

    Your words touch my heart. On July 7th this year my husband lost his battle with esophageal cancer. It was his wish that “no matter what “ our daughter got married as planned. On July 10th my oldest son escorted his baby sister down the aisle and on July 12th we buried my best friend in this world.

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